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Stefan Jacobsen during research on high performance concrete noticed, that dynamic modulus of elasticity after cyclic freeze-thawing can be recovered almost completely during subsequent storage in water but compressive strength will be recovered only 5% after 22-29% reduction.
The purpose of these studies was the evaluation of the correlation between dynamic modulus of elasticity and static modulus of elasticity.
L X T) / 50 X 100 < 80 (2), and a dynamic modulus of elasticity E' at 100 [degrees] C and 30 Hz of said PVA fiber cord taken out from said belt reinforcing layer satisfies the following relationship:
Each log was first evaluated using a longitudinal stress wave technique to obtain an estimate of dynamic modulus of elasticity ([MOE.
Based on these measurements, the dynamic modulus of elasticity ([MOE.
In this study, a stress wave technique was applied to 20 larch logs with diameters of 25 cm to 30 cm to compare the dynamic modulus of elasticity (MOE) of logs to structural properties of 2 by 4 lumber produced from the same logs.