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elastic modulus

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(General Physics) another name for modulus of elasticity
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Noun1.elastic modulus - (physics) the ratio of the applied stress to the change in shape of an elastic bodyelastic modulus - (physics) the ratio of the applied stress to the change in shape of an elastic body
natural philosophy, physics - the science of matter and energy and their interactions; "his favorite subject was physics"
modulus - (physics) a coefficient that expresses how much of a specified property is possessed by a specified substance
bulk modulus - the ratio of the change in pressure acting on a volume to the fractional change in volume
modulus of rigidity - the coefficient of elasticity for a shearing force
Young's modulus - a coefficient of elasticity applicable to the stretching of a wire
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2003) determined the elastic moduli of coffee branches using bending tests, in which a branch was fixed at one end and subjected to different loads at the other end.
Values of elastic moduli and Poisson ratio have been calculated using conventional formulae:
Curves were plotted using Microsoft Excel for each material for comparison The results showed that the elastic moduli increased at all times in the following order; Cavex Cream Alginate(r)> Tulip(r)> Cavex Color Change(r)> TOL (r)> Cavex CA37(r) and the rate of increase was greater at the end of working time, and later decreased.
To Boscardin, Selig, Lin, & Yang (1990) and Zhang, Li, & Chen (2013) the hyperbolic model is useful to compute elastic moduli and strains during loading process.
In order to extend this equation to the elastic moduli of mortar and concrete, a composite model of the paste and aggregate was used as a creep model.
Among specific topics are the complex permittivity of soils in western Rajasthan at microwave frequency, Compton scattering and electronic properties of tungsten ditelluride, structural and electrical conductivity studies in nickel ferrite nanoparticles, and the temperature dependent elastic moduli of liquid potassium.
Rogers said that materials, mechanics designs and manufacturing systems are now available for electronic systems that achieve effective elastic moduli and bending stiffness's matched to the surfaces of major organs of the body, including the skin, the heart and the brain.
Poisson's ratio and elastic moduli of Chorgali Formation are calculated from Seismic data.
These codes were for the respective substituent-gas, water and salt on the bases of which predictions were made for the elastic moduli and the AVO behaviours.
However, future applications will require more uniform higher strengths and higher elastic moduli than are currently found in fibers.