tensile strength


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the strength of material expressed as the greatest longitudinal stress it can bear without tearing apart

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They reported that, splitting tensile strength decreased with increase in fly ash content.
Equations 2 and 3 describes the relationship between the tensile strength of inorganic plate-like tiller reinforced polymer composites, the tensile strength of the resin matrix, and the interfacial stress between the filler and matrix, the filler volume fraction, as well as the filler geometry parameters.
Statistical analysis has been carried out by one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) and the results are shown in Tables 1 and 2 for the difference fiber volume fraction regarding tensile strength and modulus respectively.
Tensile strength was calculated by division of the maximum load by the original cross-sectional area in the gauge length segment.
After the samples conditioned we accessed on the crop specimens for testing shear strength and tensile strength according to EN 204.
It can be observed that upto 10 % weight fraction of the fibre, the tensile strength has increased than pure polypropylene composite.
Since temperature, moisture content (MC), and drying speed vary during drying process, the tensile strength of wood may also vary depending on the drying conditions within a given board.
After soaking the test pieces in an environmental chamber for at least 90 minutes, the material's tensile strength, yield strength and tensile modulus (E) have been analyzed from data collected at five temperatures ranging from 60[degrees] up to 150[degrees]C.
An increase in the acid concentration of malic acid films can lead to a systematic decrease in their tensile strength and elastic modulus.
In the case of the recycled copy paper of this study, significantly higher tensile strength was obtained when the poly-DADMAC addition exceeded the saturation level by a factor of ten.
Mixtures with a lot of sand and cement tend to have a high density and a relatively high tensile strength, but a low R-value--less than 1.
AMEX: II) reported that research published in a recent issue of The Journal of Hand Surgery entitled "Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy Increases Tensile Strength in Rat Achilles' Tendon Repair Model" has shown that Ivivi's recently developed noninvasive pulsed radio frequency electromagnetic fields (PEMF) can produce up to a 69% increase in rat Achilles' tendon breaking strength versus control tendons at 21 days after repair.
Above a certain fraction of glass beads larger than 100 [[micro]meter] in diameter, the tensile strength showed a relation to the effective load bearing area of the tested bars.