Hooke's law

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(physics) the principle that (within the elastic limit) the stress applied to a solid is proportional to the strain produced

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Transient effects of the stress-strain relationship under cyclic loading, such as cyclic hardening/softening, mean-stress relaxation or ratcheting, may have an influence on the fatigue life.
The stress-strain relationship of the reinforcing steel was modeled as an idealized bi-linear curve representing the elastic-linear behavior, and yielding.
According to elastic linear theory, 3D stress-strain relationship under equi-biaxial tension follows:
The average stress-strain relationship of a reinforcing bar embedded in concrete is different from that of a bare reinforcing bar [11].
After giving material properties for steel and concrete such as elastic modulus Eb ultimate uniaxial compressive strength f c steel grade ultimate uniaxial tensile strength (modulus of rupture) f r Poisson's ratio for both steel and concrete shear transfer coefficient and compressive uniaxial stress-strain relationship the key points for the bars are specified to have the shear stirrups main and hanger bars as reinforcement are shown in Fig-6
The stress-strain relationship, density and permeability of the kaolinite based on thermal affect and mineralogy has been evaluated.
1 presents the stress-strain relationship for the Ti-6Al-4V titanium alloy at a temperature of 1000 [degrees]C and a strain rate of 0.
A major contributory factor to this is that designers have historically been used to working with metals and other materials, which exhibit a predictable linear elastic stress-strain relationship, where the effect of temperature, environment and long term load (creep) can generally be ignored.
The stress-strain relationship of concrete essentially consists of two distinct branches--an ascending branch up to the peak stress followed by a descending branch until the concrete crushes.
of each specimen, which was determined from the linear part of the stress-strain relationship at the first cycle.
Check from the stress-strain relationship of the material what should be the compression ratio to meet target.
Topics include the stress-strain relationship of confined concrete with GFRP jackets, the seismic performance of confined concrete bridge columns, an energy-based CDM model for nonlinear analysis, and RC columns strengthened with CFRP sheets under eccentric compression.
Based on test results, various dynamic soil responses, including the deviatoric stresses, pore water pressures (PWP), and deviatoric stress-strain relationship, were analyzed.
Second, personality differences playa role in determining whether and how social support affects the stress-strain relationship.