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Table 1 shows the tensile shear strength of one-part CA wood adhesives in comparison to two-part CA products and both types of PVA emulsions.
To calculate shear strength parameters of rock masses based on this criterion, with the saturated uniaxial compressive strength of the intact rock of samples (oci), the value of (m) for the intact rock (mi) and Geological Strength Index (GSI), Hoek-Brown curves in the existing stress range have been calculated and drawn.
Shear strength of surface soil as affected by soil bulk density and soil water content, Soil and Tillage Research 59(3-4): 97-106.
At the ultimate load condition, it is assumed that the shear strength of concrete will reach to its maximum value.
Imax] ratio was closely related to the reduction of the shear strength ratio measured in the area below the surface V-notch.
The standard recommended cure time of 5 hours at 70[degrees]C could be reduced to 2-3 hours at 70[degrees]C with the necessary minimal mechanical properties-including lap shear strength, Tg and E-Modulus.
1979) acted according to here was used to estimate the increment of soil shear strength due to the presence of roots.
The shear strength of the 60%TiC + 40%Ni cermet, vacuum brazed with Ag-Cu-Zn filler metal to structural steel, was reported in [3-5].
Irrespective of the direction, oil shale compressive strength > shear strength >tensile strength.
The lowest shear strength had samples of thermally modified beech glued with PVAc glue, then oak, fir, and most specimens of beech.
Other topics include estimating strength gain due to consolidation, an experimental study of the shear strength behavior of shredded tire-reinforced sand, fly ash as a dispersing material in cement stabilization, slope stability analysis for embankment on wash pond sediments and prefabricated wick drains and staged construction, and the mechanical behavior of a geosynthetic-reinforced soil retaining wall.