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flex·ure

 (flĕk′shər)
n.
1. A curve, turn, or fold, such as a bend in a tubular organ: a flexure of the colon.
2. The act or an instance of bending or flexing; flexion.

flex′ur·al adj.
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Flexural stiffness is a measure of the resistance of a structure to bending, and torsional stiffness is a measure of the resistance of a structure to twisting (Roark, 1943).
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The compressive strength is individual for the structural applications while the flexural strength is specific for the pavement applications [7].
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