circumferential stress 
The circumferential stressstrain product criterion of mixed mode brittle fracture


the circumferential stressstrain product criterion.


The coefficients in conformal mapping function are revised by iteration step by step until the largest circumferential stress in absolute value is reduced to the second largest stress.


However, the point where the compression circumferential stress zone ends is shown to be a function of the ratio of the modulii in the radial and circumferential directions whereas in Küblers' theory it was independent of the elastic constants.


Tangent moduli are derived from radial and circumferential stressstrain characteristics using nonlinear curve fitting.


Radial stress develops to act as a load on the wall, as the circumferential stress decreases in magnitude due to relaxation phenomenon.


Of the six prostheses, tested so far, the PM Prosthesis, the Bitrochantere Prosthesis and the Rippensystem Prosthesis showed the greatest circumferential stress.


The circumferential stressσt was changed by varying the mean transmural pressure.


In order to understand this peculiar orientation a biomechanical approach was used: this showed that near the lumen the circumferential stress is 4.5 times higher than the longitudinal.


Maximum circumferential stress criterion is adopted to determine the crack propagating direction.


A multiscale model was proposed to calculate the circumferential stress (CS) and wall shear stress (WSS) and analyze the effects of global and local factors on the CS, WSS and their synergy on the arterial endothelium in large straight arteries.


The hoop or circumferential stress in all three layers is found using dimensional and mechanical parameters derived earlier.


A model for myocardial nonhomogeneity was derived assuming that fiber (circumferential) stress was independent of position in the ventricular wall.


WhenEmax Vd remains constant, average circumferential stress for a specified average circumferential strain in the ventricular wall also remains relatively constant, despite changes inVd/Vm around its normal value.


Peak systolic circumferential stress ranged from 0.52 to 2.03 × 106 dyn/cm2 (1.09 ± 0.42×106 dyn/cm2).


for solutions governed by a nonnegative radial and circumferential stress component.


Stimulation of the vascular smooth muscle was modeled through the generation of an active component of circumferential stress.


solutions governed by a nonnegative radial and circumferential stress component.


It is shown that these postulates yield results identical to the maximum stress theory, since the direction in which the maximum circumferential stress occurs is also the direction causing the maximum energy release rate.


The results of the stress analysis are coupled with the maximum circumferential stress criterion to obtain the fracture characteristics of the composite plate.

