axial strain

Related to axial strain: Poisson's ratio

axial strain

n.
A strain equal to the ratio between the change in length of an object and its original length.
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In elastic mechanics using Poisson's ratio and axial strain to calculate volume strain is the most common method for brittle rock.
05% strain) to red (higher strain values of 2% strain) was used on the DIC images illustrating the axial strain, [e.
The axial strain was measured by a uniaxial extensometer with a gage length of 10 mm.
The ratio of the increment of deviatoric stress corresponding to the axial strain of 1.
Figure 13 shows the relationship between the axial strain in compression (or tension) reinforcing bar at 3% drift and [l.
The main objective of the present study is to introduce a novel approach for the mechanical analysis of cylindrical cavity expansion considering the influence of the axial stress based on the assumptions of the quasi-plane strain-softening problem, and the corresponding theoretical solutions for the deformation-dependent intermediate principal stress and axial strain are proposed.
Biaxial strain testing is necessary to determine Poisson's ratio, which is the negative ratio of transverse to axial strain.
In calculations it is recommended to increase gradually concrete's axial strain [[epsilon].
Two pairs of orthogonal cantilevers were used to measure diametral strain, while a pair of LVDTs measured axial strain.
Also, the level of vertical or axial strain reduction has reduced with the increase in the applied lateral gas confining pressure.