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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Table 2 lists the elastic moduli and Poisson's ratios used for the graphite and the matrix in the finite element analyses.
2] are Poisson's ratios of two coupled elastic elements, respectively; E and v are the elastic modulus and Poisson's ratio of the RVE, respectively.
ABSTRACT: The mineralogical composition, grain size, dry density, tensile strength, uniaxial compressive strength, Young's modulus, Poisson's ratios and ultrasonic wave velocities of fifteen igneous rocks from Raskoh Range Balochistan were determined and analyzed to find correlations between these properties.
The numerical results are shown for two different Poisson's ratios, 0.
These sheets "represent a strange state of matter," he says, with fantastic elastic properties that correspond to Poisson's ratios as high as 15.
1 for the reference coordinate system), Poisson's ratios ([v.
Poisson's ratios and transverse shear module are not as sensitive to the change in eigenfrequencies as other material parameters are.
The different Poisson's ratios of steel tube and concrete core are considerably affected by the structural behaviour of CFST elements.
The results are shown by varying Young's moduli, Poisson's ratios, thermal conductivity, and linear expansion coefficients of the constituent materials.