Modulus of rupture

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the measure of the force necessary to break a given substance across, as a beam, expressed by eighteen times the load which is required to break a bar of one inch square, supported flatwise at two points one foot apart, and loaded in the middle between the points of support.
- Rankine.
Engin.) See under Modulus.

See also: Modulus, Rupture

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8226; Long-lasting reliability with stable processes, increased transverse rupture strength and improved tensile strength
Oxidized and acid-thinned starch formed gels with higher firmness and rupture strength compared to native starch.
The specimens that had no surface preparation and were strengthened with one layer or even two layers of sheets, (groups B1 and B2) had a higher ultimate rupture strength than those in the group A due to their flexural strengthening with FRP sheets.
This model is a modified version of the Goodman-Boiler mean stress model (13), which has a form similar to the Modified Goodman equation (1), bui using creep rupture strength as opposed to the ultimate tensile strength.
The required hardness of the tongue after hardening is 46-50 HRC and the rupture strength must be greater or equal to 23 kN.
Carbides with higher percentages of cobalt binder exhibit properties of being "tougher" or "softer" and have higher transverse rupture strength.
Such reduction in creep rupture strength promotes the fine grain cracks on the parent metal side of HAZ.
From the properties of tool material, a carbide k-20 tool bit has been selected for machining whose hardness, thermal conductivity, compressive strength, rupture strength, wear resistance and co-efficient of thermal expansion have found superior to the other conventional tools.
5x the creep rupture strength of current stainless steels used in furnace rolls.
has received a patent for making a plastic-coated metal plate for an automobile exterior plate, which comprises adhering or pressing a plastic film or sheet on both faces or one face of a metal plate, on a surface of the metal plate either directly or with only adhesive interposed there between, the plastic film or sheet having a surface tension at least 30 mN/m, an elongation percentage at break of at least 30% at a tensile rate of 20 mm/minute/20[degrees]C and a rupture strength of at least 1000 kg/[cm.
With a transverse rupture strength equal to that of C7 cemented carbide, it offers the potential to replace carbide in roughing and finishing aluminum.
Pertinent Data: The X500 features an advanced substrate and coating combination that increases transverse rupture strength (TRS) up to 25%, which allows for faster cutting feed rates and greatly increases parts per edge.