modulus of elasticity

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Synonyms for modulus of elasticity

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

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According to ABNT NBR 6118:2014, when are not carried out tests for its determination; the initial modulus of elasticity (Eci) versus compression strength ([f.
Flexion tests for rigid and semi-rigid materials often determine the modulus of elasticity and resilience to flexion; the former being used as the most important criteria when evaluating the stiffness of polymeric materials and the later being equal to the maximum tension in the external fibres of the body of proof of a polymer at the time of rupture (GARCIA et al.
It was revealed that filler content does not effect on EOC/WF tensile strength, but elongation at break, modulus of elasticity of EOC/ WF and EOC/FS and tensile strength of EOC/FS vary significantly with filler content.
Therefore, the present study was focused on bending stress, modulus of elasticity in bending, shear stress and specific shearing energy of three different sections of stalks of 10 different maize cultivars.
The compressive strength and the modulus of elasticity increase as a function of age of concrete and are affected by various factors, i.
Caption: Figure 5--Cumulative frequency diagram for modulus of elasticity of Douglas-fir crossarms adjusted to 17 percent moisture content.
Moreover, for all groups, due to the fact that there is no observation of intergranular/intragranular crack growth, increasing sintering temperature in the range of 1100-1300[degrees]C increases values of modulus of elasticity and Vickers hardness.
Reference Concrete (CC-0) achieved the greatest Modulus of Elasticity (MOE) whereas CC-20 concrete attained the lowest Modulus of Elasticity (MOE).
The ultra-high-performance concrete also displayed appropriate strength gain, was comparatively dimensionally stable, and had good workability, high tensile strength, and high modulus of elasticity.
The radiolucent PEEK (polyetheretherketone) implant option is meant to allow for postoperative visualization and provide a modulus of elasticity closer to bone.
Load is the weight of the falling object in pounds; Falling Distance (FD) is in inches; Length of wire rope is in feet; Modulus of Elasticity (E) is in pounds per square inch (psi).
The density and modulus of elasticity also affect the acoustic properties of wood.
Low density, high speed of sound and a high modulus of elasticity - these qualities are essential for ideal violin tone wood.
Adding wood to plastic to make 'WPC reduces the formula cost, raises the modulus of elasticity, and lowers the coefficient of thermal expansion.
The unit can also calculate modulus of elasticity of material using optional S-Wave Transducers.