elastic modulus

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Synonyms for elastic modulus

(physics) the ratio of the applied stress to the change in shape of an elastic body

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The highest values for modulus and strength were reached with 28 wt% graphene, where it was obtained an increase of 187% for tensile modulus, 34% for tensile yield strength, 313% for flexural modulus and 39% for flexural strength.
The tensile and modulus data in table 3 reveal significantly higher tensile modulus and slightly lower elongation values than for the control f-HNBR.
In addition, different tensile modulus also possibly indicates the highly nonhomogenous substructure derived from fabrication process of hand lay-up method.
Mechanical properties of the composites such as tensile strength, tensile modulus, and elongation at break, bending strength, and bending modulus were also measured and degradation properties such as soil and weathering test, percentage of weight loss, and water uptake were also observed.
Also an increase in tensile strength and tensile modulus with the weight fraction of CSP is noticed.
The tensile modulus of WF 50 PLA composites from cycle 0 and cycle 6 showed a much higher decrease (54%) than the corresponding flexural modulus (6%) (Tables 3(a) and 3(b)).
Figure 3 and Figure 4 respectively show tensile strength and tensile modulus of kenaf fiber, PALF and mengkuang fiber.
Tables organize the data on each specific commercial product, listing tensile modulus, yield stress, yield at strain, stress at break, charpy notched impact, relative permittivity, dissipation factor, and water absorption.
It has been found from data that with the incorporation of 40% glass fibre ([S.sub.2]), the tensile strength, tensile modulus values increased sharply when compared to unfilled material indicating the stiffening effect of glass fibre.
Having undergone rigorous and independent testing, Imetrum says it has been proved that its new 'UVX-Flexi' system is capable of accurate determination of the tensile modulus by measuring a change of gauge length within accuracy of one percent of the relevant value.
Besides superior performance in autoclaving, the three compounds also retain high levels of tensile strength, tensile modulus, and elongation after gamma irradiation and EtO sterilization.
[17] considered multiwalled CNTs (MWCNTs)/polystyrene composite films as randomly oriented discontinuous fibre lamina and calculated the tensile modulus of the composite using the Halpin-Tsai equations.