The aim of the experiment described in this paper is to predict UHPC freeze-thaw resistance and to determine the change in compressive strength of concrete subjected to recurrent freeze-thaw cycles and also to perform interim concrete quality control by applying ultrasonic and dynamic modulus of elasticity methods.
What does DME stand for?
DME stands for Dynamic Modulus of Elasticity
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The purpose of these studies was the evaluation of the correlation between dynamic modulus of elasticity and static modulus of elasticity.
Introduction Dynamic modulus of elasticity (MOE) is increasingly being used for the evaluation of wood quality because it enables a rapid and convenient assessment (Tanaka et al.
The stress-wave speed (SWS) was determined by coupling measurements of time between pulses ([delta]t) and specimen length (L): SWS = 2L/[delta]t  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.