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pendent of strain rate while the initial transverse mod-ulus was found to decrease slightly with increased strain rate. The strain to and stress at failure was found to increase slightly with increased strain rate. Thus when loaded in the transverse direction it was concluded that the carbon/epoxy composite exhibited a weak dependence on

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Fatigue failure proceeds in three distinct stages crack initiation in the areas of stress concentration (near stress raisers) incremental crack propagation final catastrophic failure. Cyclic stresses characterized by maximum minimum and mean stress the range of stress the stress amplitude and the stress

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Figure 8.4 Effect of stress and temperature on strain time creep curves In this relation if t >t transient then ε = ε i Bσ mt Dσ α (8.5) and the strain rate is the steady-state or minimum strain rate dε dt = Bσ m = ε ˙ ss (8.6) The steady state or minimum strain rate is often used as a design tool. For

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Strain-Rate Dependence of Flow Stress • The average strain rate during most tensile tests is in the range of 10-3to 10-2/s which correspond to time of 30s to 5min to reach a strain of 0.3.

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Creep Properties. Creep. CreepTime-dependent strain occurring under stress or the change of shape that occurs gradually under a steady load. is a time-dependent deformation of a material while under an applied load that is below its yield strength. Yield StrengthThe stress at which a material exhibits a specified deviation is usually 0.2

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Due to the large stiffness variation of metal and thermoplastic materials complex states of stress and very high local strain rates occur in the contact zone under impact conditions. Since the mechanical behavior of thermoplastic materials is highly dependent on these types of load the crash failure of metal plastic hybrid parts is very complex.

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Nov 16 2020 · ② The stress–strain curve generally exhibits multi‐segment characteristics at the strain rate of 0.004/s and 0.04/s toe segment linear segment yield and strain softening segment failure segment. Based on the stress–strain curve as shown in Fig. 4 mechanical performance is determined and listed in Table 2.

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STRAIN RATE DEPENDENCE ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES IN SOME COMMERCIAL ALUMINUM ALLOYS K. HIGASHI T. MUKAI K. KAIZU S. TSUCHIDA and S. TANIMURA elongation in failure increases with strain rate for most of the present alloys except for the 7N01 alloy. stress-strain rate curves of these alloys. The maximum flow stress of both 1050 and

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The elastic modulus and stress strain curve were found to be dependent on the strain rate. As the strain rate increases the elastic modulus increases and the stress strain curve becomes stiffer. As for Poisson s ratio it was found to be independent of the strain rate and was always equivalent to zero 12 .

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2.3 Creep/time-dependency 5 2.4 Failure criteria 5 2.5 Yield envelope 7 2.6 Creep rupture 7 3 STRESS- STRAIN RELATIONSHIPS 11 3.1.1 Elasticity 11 3.1.2 Anisotropic elasticity 12 3.1.3 Elasto-plastic 12 3.1.4 Elastic visco-plasticity 13 4 EXCAVATIONS 14 4.1 Behaviour of soft soil close to an excavation 14 4.1.1 Stress paths 14

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effect on the yield stress is dependent on the particular temperature condition. In general the relationship between the stress and the strain rate is given by m τ= γC( ) ε T (2) where m is the strain-rate sensitivity τ is equal to τy and the exponent m is given by the slope of the log τylogγ plot in Fig. 2(d). For the current

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STRAIN RATE DEPENDENCE ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES IN SOME COMMERCIAL ALUMINUM ALLOYS K. HIGASHI T. MUKAI K. KAIZU S. TSUCHIDA and S. TANIMURA elongation in failure increases with strain rate for most of the present alloys except for the 7N01 alloy. stress-strain rate curves of these alloys. The maximum flow stress of both 1050 and

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The strain rate is a concept of materials science and continuum mechanics that plays an essential role in the physics of fluids and deformable solids. In an isotropic Newtonian fluid in particular the viscous stress is a linear function of the rate of strain defined by two coefficients one relating to the expansion rate (the bulk viscosity

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Strain rate did not reflect the modest HR-related changes in contractility on the other hand the use of strain rate for quantitative stress imaging is Despite the inotropic effect of increasing HR longitudinal strain decreases in parallel with stroke volume as load-dependent indices of ejection.

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and 8. In actual behavior the effective failure stress is taken at the strain at which the state of full ductility first commences as given by (9) from the idealized case. This general case is as shown in Fig. 10. Fig. 10 Strength definition The effective failure stress in the general case of Fig. 10 is defined by " (10) where

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Jul 29 2016 · Modulus is a measure of stiffness and is defined as stress divided by strain. If we applied a stress of 4 MPa (580 psi) to a beam of this PP at room temperature we would instantly observe a strain of 0.25 . If we performed the same operation on the material at 60 C we would observe a higher strain of 0.50 reflected in the reduced modulus

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Three stages of fatigue failure 1.crack initiation in the areas of stress concentration (near stress raisers) 2cremental crack propagation 3.final rapid crack propagation after crack reaches critical size The total number of cycles to failure is the sum of cycles at the first and the second stages N f = N i N p N f Number of cycles to

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The results of tensile tests for 6005 Al show obvious rate dependence on strain rates. The results obtained from simulations indicate the feature of nonmonotonicity between the strain to fracture and stress triaxiality. The equivalent plastic strain reduces to a minimum value and then increases in the stress triaxiality range from 0.04 to 0.30.

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STRAIN RATE DEPENDENCE ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES IN SOME COMMERCIAL ALUMINUM ALLOYS K. HIGASHI T. MUKAI K. KAIZU S. TSUCHIDA and S. TANIMURA elongation in failure increases with strain rate for most of the present alloys except for the 7N01 alloy. stress-strain rate curves of these alloys. The maximum flow stress of both 1050 and

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STRAIN RATE DEPENDENT MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF BOVINE BONE IN AXIAL COMPRESSION A. van der Westhuizen 1 T.J. Cloete S. Kok2 G.N. Nurick1 1Blast Impact and Survivability Research Unit University of Cape Town South Africa 2Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering University of Pretoria South Africa ABSTRACT Strain rate dependent

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Nov 16 2020 · ② The stress–strain curve generally exhibits multi‐segment characteristics at the strain rate of 0.004/s and 0.04/s toe segment linear segment yield and strain softening segment failure segment. Based on the stress–strain curve as shown in Fig. 4 mechanical performance is determined and listed in Table 2.

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Jan 25 2016 · An example of the strain rate dependence is shown in Fig. 7a showing a nonlinear viscoelastic region to a distributed yield followed by unrecoverable deformation viscoplastic flow and stiffening at large strains . Additionally the true stress at 15 strain versus strain rate for a variety of PTFE materials is shown in Fig. 7b. It can be

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Jan 25 2016 · An example of the strain rate dependence is shown in Fig. 7a showing a nonlinear viscoelastic region to a distributed yield followed by unrecoverable deformation viscoplastic flow and stiffening at large strains . Additionally the true stress at 15 strain versus strain rate for a variety of PTFE materials is shown in Fig. 7b. It can be

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Aug 14 2007 · I ve seen references to yield stress that is dependent upon the strain rate that the load is applied ie. that the apparent yield stress increases with the rate at which the load

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In equation (1) the parameters E and S depend on the strain rate R. The strain rate dependency and the temperature dependency of the stress-strain relationship can be represented in terms of a multi factor interaction equation (MFIE) as follows RE o r gw o r gw o P P R R t t t t P P

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effect on the yield stress is dependent on the particular temperature condition. In general the relationship between the stress and the strain rate is given by m τ= γC( ) ε T (2) where m is the strain-rate sensitivity τ is equal to τy and the exponent m is given by the slope of the log τylogγ plot in Fig. 2(d). For the current

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AMERICAN MALACOLOGICAL BULLETIN l8 • 1/2 • 2004 Mechanical design of mussel byssus Load cycle and strain rate dependence Emily Carrington 1 and John M. Gosline2 I Department of Biological Sciences University of Rhode Island Kingston Rhode Island 02879 U.S. A. carrington uri.edu 2Department of Zoology University of British Columbia Vancouver B.C. Canada V6T IZ4

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Make a chart of Max Principal Stress in the bone vs Load and draw a horizontal line from the Tensile Strength to the curve and a vertical line from the intersection down to the load. That is your failure load. This should be done after you have completed a Mesh Refinement Study to show that the Maximum Principal Stress is not dependent on the

Get Price### MATERIALS Understanding Strain-Rate Sensitivity In

Jul 29 2016 · Modulus is a measure of stiffness and is defined as stress divided by strain. If we applied a stress of 4 MPa (580 psi) to a beam of this PP at room temperature we would instantly observe a strain of 0.25 . If we performed the same operation on the material at 60 C we would observe a higher strain of 0.50 reflected in the reduced modulus

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