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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Table 1 shows results of tests for compressive and tensile strength earlier conducted by different researchers.
PAN-6 solution exhibited least heterogeneity but the tensile strength was not the highest.
in March, is the world's first vehicle with front and rear side members made from 980-megapascal ultrahigh tensile strength steel, along with other body frame parts.
The Infiniti QX50 premium midsize SUV, which went on sale in the US in March, is the world's first vehicle with front and rear side members made from 980-megapascal ultrahigh tensile strength steel, along with other body frame parts.
Tensile strength is the maximum stress that a material undergoes before breaking.
The automaker plans to expand the use of the material to other models made from 980-megapascal ultrahigh tensile strength steel, along with other body frame parts.
Zhang [15] has obtained another relation between Mode I fracture toughness and tensile strength by using a lot of experiment data.
* Aging exposure to Dexron VI at 150[degrees]C caused unacceptable losses in both tensile strength and elongation, as well as excessive gains in hardness and modulus.
Accelerated aging tests are performed on the preheated or thermally damaged GFRP rebars in order to investigate the effect of concrete alkaline solution on the reduction of the tensile strength and stiffness of the GFRP bars.
Compressive and Splitting Tensile strength were determined as per ASTM C-39 and ASTM C-496 by using Universal Testing Machine (UTM).
Based on the previous research, a research need to further investigate on the carbide waste replaced cement for soil stabilization especially on the effect of the compressive and tensile strength. Thus, the purpose of this research is to define the effectiveness of the cement replacement and to find the maximum carbide wastes content to be allowed for a clay subgrade.
In addition, the deformation on loading location would occur, and the loading mode and stress distribution also changed, which had given rise to the large error by utilizing Brazilian tests to obtain the tensile strength of rock materials.
The silicone additive improves toughness while keeping an ultimate tensile strength that's at least 80% of the material without the silicone.
Compatible with pipeline installations up to 4-feet deep, the new EMS rope is available with a 200-pound tensile strength (skinny rope) for applications inside conduit, or a more rugged 500-pound tensile strength for direct bury and horizontal directional drilling applications.