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Comparing the overall mechanical properties of the specimens being annealed at the two investigated temperatures with those without annealing, a general trend was found that yield strength increased with annealing temperature, as did the elastic modulus while maintaining yield strain. Elongation at break, on the other hand, decreased at higher annealing temperature, although this is not a significant finding considering medical device implants are not expected to perform in this region.
At the nominal ultimate limit state, the rebar strains are concentrated near the beam-column interface, and they were observed to decrease sharply to the yield strain point and then decrease slowly until the coordinate origin.
In 1999, Deron Walters and his colleagues working in Richard Smalley's lab at Rice University in Houston demonstrated yield strains of up to 6 percent in experiments on small ropes of single-wall CNTs.
The unwrapped reinforced concrete columns clearly showed a trend of increase in lateral yield strain values by a margin of 14.50% to 32.57% with reduction in slenderness ratios.
The measured or calculated parameters are the yield stress and yield strain. The yield stress is the critical shear stress, applied to the material, which causes the onset of flow.
Moreover, the value of the yield strain, or even the existence of a well-defined yield region, may be strongly influenced by strain rate.
ETPU exceeded the performance expectations regarding its ability to surpass the maximum of 6% yield strain that was predicted from calculations using standard ASTM test data.
Property TD MD Yield energy 1.226 1.026 Yield stress 1.038 0.960 Yield strain 1.140 1.011 Modulus 0.998 0.970
But the yield strain and failure strain are different, so the strain can be used to determine whether the material is in the yield or failure state.
This is less than 25% of the yield stress and less than 8% of the yield strain. As we move higher on the curve, the deviation from linearity increases.
The threshold stress value that transits from nonlinear elasticity to plasticity is referred as the yield stress or yield strength [[sigma].sub.y] (i.e., point (2) in Figure 9(a)), and the corresponding strain is known as the yield strain [[epsilon].sub.y].
From Figure 6(a), it can be seen that the strain of flexural reinforcing bar of P0_RC specimen did not reach the yield strain, where the yield strain of the reinforcing bar is 2,650 x [10.sup.-6].