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The unwrapped reinforced concrete columns clearly showed a trend of increase in lateral yield strain values by a margin of 14.
6 MPa in compression, based on the yield strains reported for human femoral trabecular tissue (Ref.
PA and PEI have higher yield strains that ETPU, but did not perform as well.
Figure 16 illustrates the Young's modulus (a), yield stress (b), yield strain (c), strain at break (d), and stress at break (e) of the decrosslinked XHDPE as a function of the ultrasonic amplitude at various flow rates.
This equation can also be used for predicting the parameters axial yield strain, lateral yield strain, ultimate lateral strain, Poisson's ratio, lateral dilation ratio, deflection ductility, energy ductility and energy absorption per unit volume.
A material's stress/strain curve is a deceptively simple graph lhal displays an overview of the material's mechanical proportions, including Young's modulus, yield strength, yield strain, ultimate strength, and so on.
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