Poisson's ratio


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Poisson's ratio

n
(General Physics) a measure of the elastic properties of a material expressed as the ratio of the fractional contraction in breadth to the fractional increase in length when the material is stretched. Symbol: μ or ν
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Limits to Poisson's ratio in isotropic materials--general result for arbitrary deformation.
2], E, and v, are the longitudinal stress of the Hooke body, the lateral stress, the longitudinal strain, the lateral strain, the Young's modulus, and the Poisson's ratio, respectively.
The aluminum sheets are assumed to have the Young's modulus E = 70 GPa and the Poisson's ratio v = 0.
The novel concept in this work is to optimize collision performance of hood, using negative Poisson's ratio (NPR) material as core-layer material, aluminum alloy to be specific.
Poisson's ratio v was considered in the reasonable range from 0.
x] is Poisson's ratio in the x direction and [[mu].
The second group of errors (uncertainty type B) is linked with density and Poisson's ratio measurement errors, distance between sensors, time difference between signals of vibroacoustic sensors.
For plastics, Poisson's ratio is one of the most challenging calculations you have to make," says Goshgarian.
1] are the elastic modulus and Poisson's ratio of a ball, and [E.
For introducing the material properties of each material, the elastic modulus and Poisson's ratio from tensile tests are obtained, in the ABAQUS software is imported.
The Mohr-Coulomb model has 5 parameters: The Young's modulus (E), The Poisson's ratio (u), cohesion (c), friction angle ([phi]'c) and the dilatancy angle ([PSI]).