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Adherence Adherence Index Alpha Rockwell Hardness Axial Strain [ < back to top ] Bend Test Bending Strength Breaking Load [ < back to top ] Cleavage Strength Climbing Drum Peel Test Coefficient of Elasticity Cohesive Strength Complex Modulus Compression Fatigue Compression Set Compression Test Compressive Deformation Compressive Strength Compressive Yield Strength Constant Amplitude Creep Creep Rate Creep Rupture Strength Crushing Load [ < back to top ] Deformation Energy De-lamination Strength Denier [ < back to top ] EASL Elastic Hysteresis Elongation Engineering
Stress [ < back to top ] Fatigue Fatigue Life Fatigue Limit Fatigue Ratio Fatigue Strength Reduction Factor Fatigue Test Flex Resistance Flexural Modulus of Elasticity Flexural Strength Flexure Test Flow Stress Fracture Stress [ < back to top ] Hardness Hooke's Law [ < back to top ] Impact Energy Impact Strength [ < back to top ] Kink Test [ < back to top ] LASE Limits (Operational) Linear Density Load-Deflection Diagram Load Protect [ < back to top ] Mean Stress Minimum Bend Radius Modulus Modulus in Bending Modulus of Elasticity Tangent and secant modulus of elasticity are equal, up to the proportional limit of a material. Depending on the type of loading represented by the stress-strain diagram, modulus of elasticity may be reported as: compressive modulus of elasticity (or modulus of elasticity in compression); flexural modulus of elasticity (or modulus of elasticity in flexure); shear modulus of elasticity (or modulus of elasticity in shear); tensile modulus of elasticity (or modulus of elasticity in tension); or torsional modulus of elasticity (or modulus of elasticity in torsion). Modulus of elasticity may be determined by dynamic testing, where it can be derived from complex modulus. Modulus used alone generally refers to tensile modulus of elasticity. Shear modulus is almost always equal to torsional modulus and both are called modulus of rigidity. Moduli of elasticity in tension and compression are approximately equal and are known as Young's modulus. Modulus of Rigidity Modulus of Rupture Modulus of Strain Hardening Modulus of Toughness [ < back to top ] Necking Nominal Stress [ < back to top ] Offset Yield Strength Operating Stress Overstressing [ < back to top ] Peel Resistance Peel Strength Plastic Deformation Plasticity Plasticity Number Plastic Strain Ratio Proof Stress Proportional Limit [ < back to top ] Rate of Strain Hardening Rationalization Recovery Recovery Test Reduction of Area Relative Modulus Relaxation Residual Elongation Rupture Resistance Rupture Strength [ < back to top ] S-N Diagram Secant Modulus of Elasticity Set Point Shear Modulus of Elasticity Shear Strength Specimen Protect Splitting Resistance Spring-back Stiffness Strain Strain Energy Strain Hardening Exponent
Strain Point Strain Rate Strain Relaxation Strength Reduction Ratio Stress Stress Amplitude Stress Concentration Factor Stress Ratio Stress Relaxation Stress Rupture Strength Stress-Strain Ratio Stripping Strength [ < back to top ] Tangent Modulus of Elasticity Tear Length Tearing Strength Tenacity Tensile Strength Tensile Impact Test Tensile Test Tension Set Tex Time for Rupture Torsion Test Torsional Deformation Torsional Modulus of Elasticity Torsional Strain Torsional Strength Toughness True Strain True Stress [ < back to top ] Ultimate Elongation Ultimate Strength [ < back to top ] Wet Strength [ < back to top ] Yield Point Yield Point Elongation Yield Strength Yield Strength Elongation Yield Value Young's Modulus [ < back to top ] Zero Suppression [ < back to top ] |
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