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Regardless of the specific type of ATF, both tensile strength and elongation are maintained at acceptable levels with minimized softening, modulus gain or volume swell.
In Figure 6b, the same trend is observed for the tensile strength of the specimens.
The tensile strength and strain at break under different tensile rates can be predicted by using the above equations, which can be used for the mechanical behaviors of membrane structures under different tensile rates.
As discussed previously, the stress distribution changed with increasing the flattened Brazilian disc coefficient, and the possible fracture plane was not the plane going through the Brazilian discs center; in other words, the maximum Griffith equivalent stress location changed as well, and the correlation of the tensile strength and the applied load p should be calibrated.
Test result revels that maximum increase in residual split tensile strength of air cooled specimen of mix M1-17.
Tensile strength and Vickers hardness of Zn-Al(1-5) solders ZnAl1 47,05 ZnAl2 50,3 ZnAl3 51,4 ZnAl4 52,68 ZnAl5 60,27 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Tests for diametral tensile strength (DTS) were performed using a universal testing machine (Instron universal testing machine model static load cell 5KN).
Splitting tensile strength of concrete increased with the increase in cement replacement with fly ash up to 40% and the increase in fine aggregate replacement with copper slag up to 40% when the silica fume addition was constant as 6% by weight of cement then decreased if the replacement increased.
Figure 6 illustrates the dependence of the tensile strength on the mica content in the PAEK/mica composite materials.
When the socket specimen data were compared with the raw material data, the raw material tensile strength was significantly higher for all three types of material (PETG: p < 0.