critical stress

критическое напряжение
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критическое напряжение

Англо-русский строительный словарь. 2013.

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  • Stress intensity factor — Stress Intensity Factor, K, is used in fracture mechanics to more accurately predict the stress state ( stress intensity ) near the tip of a crack caused by a remote load or residual stresses.It is a theoretical construct applicable to a… …   Wikipedia

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  • Critical resolved shear stress — is the component of shear stress, resolved in the direction of slip, necessary to initiate slip in a grain. It is a constant for a given crystal. Tests have been conducted on single crystals of metals to measure the shear stress required to… …   Wikipedia

  • Critical Care Air Transport Team — (CCATT) dates from 1996, when the United States Air Force formally established what has proved to be one of the latest milestones in the history of military medicine. The CCATT is a three person, highly specialized medical asset that can create… …   Wikipedia

  • Critical illness polyneuropathy — (CIP) and critical illness myopathy (CIM) are overlapping syndromes of widespread muscle weakness and neurological dysfunction that can develop in critically ill patients receiving intensive care. CIP and CIM have similar symptoms and… …   Wikipedia

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