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Models are developed to predict the flexural strength of the composite section.

In this case, correctly modeling ice's downward flexural strength is most important.

These fibers contained about 85% carbon and had excellent flexural strength.

Fibreglass pools have a flexural strength greater than steel or concrete.

But, the binding agents often continue to harden, leading to a loss of flexural strength over time.

Higher flexural strength results in a broadening of the gravity anomaly with time.

Flexural strength is also important because it determines the ability of a mortar to resist cracking.

Its flexural strength and toughness are usually higher than those of unmodified concrete.

The toughness index and flexural strength were lower than standard values for shotcrete.

The flexural strength represents the highest stress experienced within the material at its moment of rupture.

Compressive, tensile, and flexural strengths were measured at different ages.

Both compressive and flexural strengths were found to be improved because of the addition of fibers.

Flexural strength does not increase so much as compressive strength with addition of CaCl2.

The flexural strength would be the same as the tensile strength if the material were homogeneous.

Whether the Diaphragm enhances the beams flexural strength?

The comparably low flexural strength of 100 to 450 megapascals makes adhesive attachment necessary.

Key words: adfreeze bond, creep properties, flexural strength, frozen soils, reinforced earth.

Flexural strengths show a similar trend.

Although concrete spalling considerably reduced the flexural strength of the slab, collapse did not occur.

An increase in end plate thickness results in an increase in the connection flexural strength.

High flexural strength and impact properties are extremely important for typical applications such as automotive interior parts and building construction products.

Therefore, it is common for flexural strengths to be higher than tensile strengths for the same material.

Generally fibers do not increase the flexural strength of concrete, and so cannot replace moment-resisting or structural steel reinforcement.

Y-TZP has the highest flexural strength of all the zirconia based materials.

Key words: mine tailings, shotcrete, compressive, flexural strength, fibers.

The Ockrilla kaolins have a high modulus of rupture, and can be used directly in bodies.

Key words: timber, bridge, glass fibre reinforced polymer, rehabilitation, modulus of rupture, analysis.

Modulus of rupture and density were unaffected.

Modulus of Rupture: A standard measure of the bending strength of stone.

Modulus of Rupture.

Similarly, a tree is assumed to break if the breaking stress acting on the stem exceeds a critical value of the modulus of rupture.

Key words: factored resistance, design equation, load sharing, modification factor, modulus of rupture, strength variability, timber bridges.

Bars were extruded for modulus of rupture and plastic pieces jolleyed for fired colour measurement and water absorption.

Modulus of rupture, modulus of elasticity, and maximum crushing strength are used to decide strength grouping.

The relevant properties were evaluated including modulus of rupture, elastic modulus, work of fracture, and thermal expansion coefficient.

Modulus of rupture (MOR) bars with a rectangular cross-section are indented in three places on a polished surface.

Dolomite adds luster to ware, is a powerful fluxing agent, fines glass quicker than other lime-sources and increases modulus of rupture of glass.

Modulus of elasticity and modulus of rupture were reduced by 19% and 34%, respectively, on the compression side of bent stems compared with control stems.

On average, red alder had lower wood density, modulus of rupture, and compression strength than sycamore, but there was no significant difference in MOE between the two species.

Key words: concrete, accelerated strength, tensile strength, admixtures, curing, splitting tensile strength, modulus of rupture, strength correlations.

To withstand such loads, the codes typically call for a tensile modulus of rupture strength of at least 50 lbf/in (0.345 newton/mm) for the finished block.

Flexural Strength: A more accurate measure of the bending strength of stone than the modulus of rupture, and is required for design calculations for the use or thin bed cladding.

In-grade testing (AS/NZS4063:1992): Bending tests to determine Modulus of Elasticity and Modulus of Rupture and direct tension and compression tests.

Research has shown that a direct correlation exists between the bending stiffness of a piece of lumber, its density, its bending strength or modulus of rupture (MOR), and its ultimate tensile strength.

Wood bending stiffness (measured by modulus of elasticity) and strength (measured by modulus of rupture) increased with cambial age and wood density; whereas, wood strength was also affected by ring width.

The resistance to uprooting is predicted using the estimate of the root-soil plate weight to derive a resistive moment, while the resistance to stem breakage relies on values for the modulus of rupture determined for different species of timber.

In terms of the effect of board constituents, Portland cement showed superior strength and creep properties than Pozzolan cement but irrespective of cement type, boards containing a high wood/cement ratio exhibited a high modulus of rupture (MOR).

The greatest strength increase due to drying is in the ultimate crushing strength, and strength at elastic limit in endwise compression; these are followed by the modulus of rupture, and stress at elastic limit in cross-bending, while the modulus of elasticity is least affected.

In general the bending strength is reduced up to 30% with more reduction at higher temperatures.

The threshold for optimising bending strength and weight is simply at a different level.

An analysis of the true bending strength of steel beams.

It is shown that bending strength increases with decreasing grain diameter.

Characteristic bending strength for species used in Japan.

These same corrugations, however, result in a decrease in longitudinal bending strength.

It is manufactured from selected species, based on density, bending strength, impact resistance and surface finishing characteristics.

Ratio of tensile to bending strength for radiata pine timber.

Some types of wood have extremely tolerant fatigue characteristics while others are brittle, with little bending strength.

Smaller chips, such as the size of 0402, reached in all types of ceramics larger bending strength values.

The bent strength of those fingers.

Bending strength and specific gravity of four exotic pines grown in south-east Queensland. 5p. 31.

The bending strength of sea ice is so low that usually the ice breaks without noticeable change in the vessel's trim.

This is because the bending strength of a tubular structure (such as a bone) is much more efficient relative to its weight.

The latter provides an extra bending strength by bearing upon the compression strength of the tree grain.

Furthermore, factors such as stiffness or shear and torsional strength may be more important than bending strength.

Keywords: Lumber properties, juvenile wood, log conversion, bending strength.

The long fibers give Masonite a high bending strength, tensile strength, density, and stability.

With special design features, particularly by special design of the electrodes and the terminations, the bending strength can be improved.

Modulus of Rupture: A standard measure of the bending strength of stone.

Fiber length was found to decrease with increasing height position, while the bending strength properties were not affected by height position.

Essential tests in this study has been bending strength, porosity, shrinkage and bending in firing.

An MTS test frame is fitted for 4-point bend strength measurement at room and elevated temperatures.

Lambrechts' invention has opened up a world of new architectural possibilities by improving the bending strength of reinforced concrete structures.

The corrugations increase the bending strength of the sheet in the direction perpendicular to the corrugations, but not parallel to them.