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Once the values for v and [delta]H have been calculated, they can be utilized as "shift factors" for a yield locus to predict the biaxial yield strengths at different rates or temperatures.
In one study by Kinloch (17), the yield strength and hence fracture energy was controlled by changing the test temperature of an epoxy resin cured with piperidine.
The thin sheet containing small imperfectly formed spherulites with constituent weak lamellae will display ductile mechanical behavior with a low yield strength and high elongation to break.
2 percent offset yield strength of ASTM A505 steel at any temperature are higher than similar at ASTM A709 steel.
The mean yield strength of the 10-hole locked constructs was 1.
Samples with a distinctly expressed orientation of a directed growth are characterized by different diagrams of deformation strengthening, the main characteristics of which are yield strength, nature of deformation strengthening, elongation (total ductility before fracture).
In fact, the yield strength of Pb-free solders is not significantly different than their lead counterparts.
The purpose of this project was to determine the stiffness and yield strength of five bone plates, devices used in surgery to heal fractured clavicles.
The formulae used to calculate the yield strength and the ultimate tensile strength were:
Faculty members and technicians observed cadets conversing about relationships among torque, speed, yield strength, voltage, and amp-hours.