axial stress


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axial stress

n.
Stress applied along the length of a body.
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This is due to the axial stress and not all forces are taken into the calculation of the analytical model.
The spheroidal graphite distribution wholly or partially on matrix depends on type of component application like axial stress, bending stress, reverse bending stress or torsional stress determines the life of component.
The experiments showed that the addition of a static axial stress to cyclic torsion induces more damaging [21].
Structural anisotropy of the tested rock material caused the anisotropy of its mechanical properties (peak strength, Young's modulus) as well as a different fracturing in dependence on the angle between the axial stress and the foliation plane.
zz] stress corresponds to the transverse axial stress in the smaller direction of the specimen cross section.
Critical detection targets correspond to axial stress levels of 60% and 75% specified minimum yield strength (SMYS) and monitoring detection targets correspond to the axial stress level of 90% SMYS.
Symbols Description [sigma][theta] circumferential (hoop) stress [sigma]r radial stress [sigma]z axial stress Pi internal pressure ro outer radius ri inner radius r radius where stresses [sigma] [theta] and cr exists
Therefore, the confinement stress used in predicting the maximum axial stress should be replaced by an effective confining pressure.
The degree of axial shrinkage has increased with increasing axial stress as demonstrated in Figure 4a.
This factor is applied to the axial stress produced in the median plane of the specimen (barreled curve).
Similarly, figure 5 illustrates the axial stress for different number of bilayers, being observed the reduction in the minimum axial stress as a consequence of the increase of bilayers.