ultimate strength


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ultimate strength

n
(General Engineering) the maximum tensile stress that a material can withstand before rupture
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Altogether eight finalists were selected who had to undergo various challenges to test their ultimate strength and endurance that included tasks such as pulling a five-tonne truck and lifting sandbags.
They are also useful in situations where space is restricted but ultimate strength is not required.
Samples with only wood flour showed a good effect of maleic anhydride introduction: in particular improvements in ultimate strength were evident, with 30W5A as best sample.
In this system, basalt fibre, which is much stronger and stiffer than the other, is intended to improve the first-crack strength and ultimate strength, while, the polyolefin fibre, which is more flexible and ductile, is expected to improve toughness and strain capacity in the post-cracking zone [7-9].
A lightweight aluminium casing gives ultimate strength.
The new rules' ultimate strength will be determined by the weakest link, so all countries have a stake in making sure that no member lacks the technical capacity to deliver on treaty obligations.
5kv, epdm rubber insulator, with stainless steel auxiliary blade within a delrin arc chute interrupter, 180 degree blade catch, shall have a 150kv bil min, 600 amp continuous, 40,000 amp momentary, ultimate strength 15,000 pounds.
3] have studied the ultimate strength of pitted plates under biaxial compression using nonlinear FEA approach Wang et al.
The ultimate strength results show that the partially embedded unrepaired plates achieve only 60 percent of the fully embedded plate specimens' strength (40% reduction in strength).
The mechanical parameters used for the characterization of rebars are the yield strength, the ultimate strength and the elongation.
Material properties such as Brinell hardness, ultimate strength, and yield strength are good candidates for correlation with the non-proportionality parameter, as they are easily obtained and readily available.
The ultimate strength becomes lower when curing temperature increases.