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Figure 4 shows the breaking strength when the combination of the joint part rotations and the friction time between the joint part and the resin tubes are varied.
2+] supported PAN fiber and in turn lead to the fiber with lower breaking strength and larger elongation at break.
In all egg shell color groups of genotypes, the first and the second determinant of external quality traits was shell breaking strength and shell thickness (Table IV).
For breaking strength, each crown was luted to its master metal die with dual polymerizing resin luting agent (Nexus 2; Kerr Corp, Orange, Calif) according to the manufacturer's instructions.
The tensile strength, breaking strength, extensibility and energy absorption were studied using "disruption from without method (5).
Compression tests on cylindrical samples showed compressive breaking strengths of 1000 psi for lake sand and 3000-4000 psi for zircon sand.
The TA-NTF Noodle Tensile Fixture is designed to test the extensibility and tensile breaking strength of noodles, pasta and other similar food items.
In the end the tensile breaking strength was calculated for each sample with the formula:
The Hardy Integrity Tester is a mechanical device for the repetitive raising and dropping of disposable absorbent products in order to quantify the breaking strength of the absorbent core within the product.
The WLL is a percentage of the Minimum Breaking Strength (MBS), which is the minimum load that would cause a new tie-down to break.
The scientists compared SCFE-processed pasta with industrially dried pasta by examining the overall breaking strength, color and cooking quality of the products.
A 50% loading of 100-micron fibers in HDPE had ultimate tensile strength of 3190 psi, Gallagher reported, while the same loading of 38-micron fiber had breaking strength of 3625 psi, a 14% increase.