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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The silicone additive improves toughness while keeping an ultimate tensile strength that's at least 80% of the material without the silicone.
All three types of material exhibited significantly different tensile strengths (p < 0.001), with PETG having the highest, followed by Thermolyn Rigid and then Orfitrans Stiff.
* Average fuel aged tensile strengths varied between 66 (CNSL) and ~69 Kg/ [cm.sup.2.]
Historically, sodium silicate binder processes have had lower tensile strength than traditional organic binder systems.
Measured tensile strength was compared with published data of transverse shrinkage, compression yield, and relaxed compression yield stresses.
Dyneon's developmental compatibilizers for wood-plastic composites (WPC) are aimed at improving processing and surface aesthetics, reducing edge tear, and raising stiffness and tensile strength. "We are developing a broad array of these block copolymers, which provide interesting solutions to interfacial problems in all these areas," Nelson told the conference.
For each pair of samples, the two cores were conducted to compressive and tensile test respectively, aiming to investigate the relationship between compressive and tensile strengths. The 2 cores of each pair were drilled from close enough places, which ensures that they consist of same batch of concrete with identical deterioration.
The changes in the tensile strengths of the PVC and PE double layer packaging materials are shown in Fig.
In an analysis of past investigations, tensile strength was plotted as a function of the difference between the actual sulfur and the equilibrium amount of sulfur needed for MnS precipitation before solidification.
7), in their study of the effect of carbon black concentration on cut growth in NR vulcanizates, noted that modulus increased by seven-fold, elongation at break decreased by half, while tensile strength was unaffected by varying the carbon black from 0 to 70 phr.
To characterize this mechanism, a linear elastic theory of stress was used, and the tensile Young's moduli, strains, and tensile strengths at the FJ were calculated.
Microthene MP 655-662 (0.945 g/cc, 5 MI) has a 1% secant flexural modulus of 135,000 psi, tensile strength at yield of 3000 psi, and impact strength of 53 if-lb at-40 F (1/8 in., ARM test).
The tensile strengths for MPS, PP, and HDPE, are 27.17, 31.47, and 25.15 MPa, respectively.
Also, LSRs provide notably higher tensile moduli than their HCR counterparts, even though the ultimate tensile strengths of the liquid-based elastomers are comparable with those of their gum-based cousins (figure 1).
The test results showed that the tensile strengths of sand cores made of silica sand were significantly affected by bench life (Figs.