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After welding, the yield strength of AA 6061 drops 50% to about 115 MPa and the ultimate tensile strength reduces from 277 MPa to about 190 MPa.
The values of ultimate tensile strength and specific absorbed-in-break energy were obtained due to IB test results for CFRP and OFRP.
Preliminary UD CFRP composites specimens tested showed an increase in the ultimate tensile strengths with increasing strain rates on both servohydraulic systems.
a) Ultimate tensile strength b) Strain at ultimate tensile strength (Su), c) Tensile chord elastic modulus (EChord), d) Tensile Stress-Strain curves of various samples.
However, the ultimate tensile strength measurements were comparable between our electrospun and extracted elastin samples.
Noticeably, four specific stages of atomic arrangements during the deformation evolution process are detected, namely, initial equilibration, yielding, ultimate tensile strength, and necking deformation.
The procedure used to impose the ultimate tensile strength in the reinforcements for further stability analysis presented implications against the safety of the structure, since it was not taken into account the effects of plastification and lateral extrusion of the foundation soil.
It was observed that breaking occurred at base metal in all cases except at some cases for the second, third, and fourth repair but the values of ultimate tensile strength of each condition satisfy the specified minimum value of the material API 5L X-52 according to API 1104, whose accepted minimum value is 455 MPa for ultimate tensile strength, according to the API 5L standard.
The polymeric polishing asperities are from a polymeric material with at least 45 weight percent hard segment and a bulk ultimate tensile strength of at least 6500 psi (44.8 MPa).
Minimum requirements are ultimate tensile strength 1000 MPa at room temperature and short-term and <<one hundred hour>> strength 750 MPa at 400 [degrees]C;
To evaluate the efficacy of different protocols, we measured and analyzed the parameters of (1) ultimate tensile stress (newtons/square millimeter), derived from the ultimate load divided by the original unstrained cross-sectional area; (2) ultimate tensile strength ([F.sub.max]) (newtons), the load that causes a structure to fail; and (3) the area under the load-deformation curve (newton millimeters), the amount of work done by the deforming load.