## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 1 |

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cross-head speed of 0.01 inch/min. B. Derivation of the

downward force F is applied to the graphite cone (see Fig. 20b) the conditions ...

**Hoop stress**and tensile tests were performed with an Instron tensile machine at across-head speed of 0.01 inch/min. B. Derivation of the

**Hoop Stress**Equation If adownward force F is applied to the graphite cone (see Fig. 20b) the conditions ...

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Thus, there is a small error if we assume aB to be uniformly distributed over the

thickness and given by which is the same as our

rings we have been testing a is approximately 0.75 inch and / is approximately ...

Thus, there is a small error if we assume aB to be uniformly distributed over the

thickness and given by which is the same as our

**hoop stress**equation (13). In therings we have been testing a is approximately 0.75 inch and / is approximately ...

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TABLE m

lbs) K = Fjlnht a/K n Scanning electron microscopy has been applied to both ring

and tensile samples on both the fracture surfaces and the electropolished ...

TABLE m

**Hoop Stress**Data Temperature a (Yield stress ksi) (°Q tensile tests F(lbs) K = Fjlnht a/K n Scanning electron microscopy has been applied to both ring

and tensile samples on both the fracture surfaces and the electropolished ...

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