The strength of a material in bending expressed as the tensile stress of the outermost fibers at the instant of failure.
This is also known as bending strength. It describes how much of a non-moving load can be applied before a bar yields or breaks. Units are normally thousands of pounds per square inch. (10 psi) - Mega Pascals (mPa). Higher numbers mean that material is stronger and can withstand a heavier load.
The stress, usually in pounds per square inch (psi), a specimen will withstand when subjected to a bending moment.
The flexural strength of a material is its ability to resist deformation under load, or how much you can bend the material before it starts to break. For materials that do not break, the load at yield, typically measured at 5% deformation/strain of the outer surface, is reported as the flexural strength or flexural yield strength. The general term for bending stiffness is flexural rigidity, which is the product of the material's elastic modulus and the cross section moment of inertia. The flexural strengths of Dyplast's ISO-C1 line of polyiso products is generally higher than competing polyisos, and increases as density increases.
The resistance of a plastic material to cracking or breaking during bending expressed as the tensile strength of the outermost fibers at the moment of failure.
The maximum stress in the outer fiber at the moment of crack or break (expressed as psi) (ASTM D790)
A property of a solid that indicates its ability to withstand bending.
The measure of a materialâ€(tm)s ability to withstand a specified deformation under a beam load (bending) at 73Â°F. Normally expressed in PSI.
The strength of a material in bending expressed as the stress of a bent test sample at the instant of failure. Usually expressed in force per unit area.
The strength of a material in bending expressed usually in terms of force per unit area, as the stress of a bent test sample at the instant of failure.
It is the measurement of resistance of the material to fracture during bending.
A property of a paver or slab that indicates its ability to resist failure in bending.
The resistance at failure of a beam subjected to bending.
Ability of a material to withstand failure due to bending.
The maximum stress that can be borne by the surface fibers in a beam in bending. The flexural strength is the unit resistance to the maximum load before failure by bending, usually expressed in force per unit area.
Flexural strength is also known as modulus of rupture, bend strength, or fracture strength. Flexural strength is measured in terms of stress, and thus is expressed in pascals (Pa) in the SI system.