shear


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shave

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to decrease, as in length or amount, by or as if by severing or excising

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(physics) a deformation of an object in which parallel planes remain parallel but are shifted in a direction parallel to themselves

a large edge tool that cuts sheet metal by passing a blade through it

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cut with shears

shear the wool from

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cut or cut through with shears

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become deformed by forces tending to produce a shearing strain

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For direct shear test applying corrected shearing area A, vertical stress on top of the sample is recalculated each second according to horizontal displacement.
Stud shear connection in precast slab bridges, material properties of mortar in shear pockets and bedding layer should be considered for the evaluation of structural performance of stud shear connection (Shim et al.
However, if we compare the viscosity of these two materials at any specific shear rate we can see that this is not the case.
But Adam will be up against strong competition as last year's star, Welshman Gareth Daniels, will be returning to defend his title of Northumberland Shears Champion.
Rheological measurements with different filler contents were carried out using a stress-controlled Ares rheometer (Rheometric Scientific) in shear flow mode with 40 mm parallel plates and 1 mm gap.
Already with two high-quality multipurpose kitchen shears in its line, Kai USA will bring to retail a Shun Herb Shear and a fun, stand-alone shear in the Pure Komachi 2 collection in the fourth quarter, said Kurt Zanner, vice president, sales and marketing, Housewares Division.
Shearing force was measured with a C-LM3 meat shear made by the Mechanics Research Center of Dongbei Agricultural University and commonly used to measure tenderness of meat tissue.
The shear strength in steel-reinforced concrete members has been the subject of many controversies and debates since the beginning of the 20th century.
The center was named for Shear because of his record of dedicated service to the public, especially his support of the provision of legal services to the poor, according to BALS.
Accurate information on the planar (rolling) shear characteristics of structural plywood panels is essential for the rigorous design of structural systems that use glued wood-based panels, such as box beams, folded plate roofs, and stressed skin panels.
Minneapolis, just purchased his first hydraulic shear about a year and a half ago.
Thirty years ago, capillary rheometry was the only high shear method available for measuring processability.
A company news release also claims that the new shears feature smoother hydraulics, "with an overall cutting process that is smoother and reduced shock loading throughout the shear and excavator," according to the company.
Most liquid and emulsion chemicals have some degree of shear sensitivity, so slow agitation with large impeller blades is preferable to high speed and small impellers.