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Addition of GO till 1.5% by weight increases tensile strength and young modulus of a composite.
A number of samples were cut into two series for investigating the influence of dynamic tensile strength and dynamic fracture toughness on the rock.
In order to highlight the relative effects of preexposure to high temperature, the tensile strength and elastic modulus of PH_120 and PH_200 specimens are normalized with the corresponding properties of the Ref specimens and the results are plotted in Figures 11(a) and 11(b).
Figure 6a and 6b illustrate the variation of compressive and tensile strength with curing period respectively.
In accordance with the aforementioned numerical simulations results, the fracture plane deviated from the center of Brazilian discs; hence, taking the Griffith equivalent stress of Brazilian discs' center as the tensile strength of rock materials was not reasonable.
Studies on the structural properties of concrete such as Split Tensile strength To study all the above characteristics the experiments have been planned using,
3 it can be seen that the tensile strength ranged from 160 to 200 MPa.
For the Filtek Z250 there was no statistically significant difference between immersion in distilled water and artificial saliva but the ethanol group presented lower tensile strength (pless than 0.05).
Many researchers have been done in the past relating to the production of concrete containing mineral admixtures and understanding their splitting tensile strength properties.
The same researcher also analyzed fiber orientation, reporting tensile strengths for carbon fiber with epoxy resin ranging from 433 to 588 MPa with a 0[degrees]/90[degrees] orientation and tensile strength ranging from 12.2 to 46.8 MPa with a [+ or -] 45[degrees]/45[degrees] orientation [4] per ASTM 3039.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of heat treatment on stainless steel orthodontic archwires of different thicknesses when subjected to compressive and tensile strength forces.
Historically, sodium silicate binder processes have had lower tensile strength than traditional organic binder systems.