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The FWD deflections of concrete pavement sections at the KEC (Korea Expressway Corporation) test road were measured over a 48 h period in order to investigate the effect of curling on the backcalculated structural capacity of the pavement which is often represented by the elastic modulus of the slab.
Among the experimental methods used to determine the Young's modulus and shear modulus of solid wood and wood-based materials, such as medium-density fiberboard (MDF) and plywood, the vibration method is very effective, and there are many examples of measuring the Young's modulus and shear modulus of these materials by this method.
Let us start with a general assumption that the highest allowed value that a modulus can take is making V the highest possible Mersenne number attainable by the modulus.
The scientists compared textural changes in the fries with the effective and volumetric average values based on Young's Modulus for the entire time of frying.
Dr Hudson also says that there is a relationship between modulus and lens thickness profile and cites the unreferenced, unsupported and partially labelled set of profiles in Figure 1 as evidence that 'material modulus can provide practitioners with a useful indicator of the change in Dk/A expected over the lens surface [sic] for any given lens type!
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When we square these two terms, add them together, and then take the square root of the resulting sum, we end up with the modulus that most of us are familiar with, what is referred to as the complex modulus and that many equate to Young's modulus.
The results obtained as part of a DMA experiment include the storage or elastic modulus (E'), the loss or viscous modulus (E"), and the tangent of the phase angle delta or tan delta (E"/E').
Curtis and Hendrick (1969) determined that the section modulus in bending varied with the third power of the diameter for cotton stalks of diameters ranging from 7 to 16 mm.
The elastic modulus determined by NDE methods is typically called the dynamic elastic modulus, which is generally greater than static elastic modulus measured in accordance with ASTM C469/C469M-14 [6].