A clear upper yield point follows the elastic deformation at the beginning of the test.
What does YP stand for?
YP stands for Yield Point (PSI)
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- You Own Your Own Words
- Your Own Youth Site
- Youth of Zion (religious group)
- Youth Only Zone
- Aero Lloyd Flugreisen (Germany, IATA airline code)
- District Patrol Vessel (US Navy)
- Patrol Craft (Self-Propelled)
- Yard Patrol
- Years Purchase
- Yellow Pages
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The yield point for steel and nickel and similar alloys is greater than anyone could accomplish by hand with normal spoons.
RHEO-CLAY: provides a high-inverted yield point (YP)--plastic viscosity (PV) ratio for improved rate of penetration, optimum hole cleaning, and greater liquid/solids separation efficiency from hydrocyclones--differs from sodium bentonite (montmorillonite) by having lower cation exchange capacity and greater yield in the presence of high hardness (Ca++ / Mg++) and sodium (Na+) values.
If you ask the question, Australia or Turkey, from a yield point of view which would you rather own, the answer that's always going to come back every day of the week from here to eternity -- 'I would much rather own the Australian yield'," he said.
Through appropriate dimensioning of the sleeve, stresses up to the permissible upper yield point of the pipe to be repaired can be absorbed.
The low of preservation of volume (AV = 0) is valid in the area of uniform plastic deformation (from yield point to ultimate strength), implying: -- (2) and thus it must be a assumed that true stress is: (3) True relative deformation is given by the sum of small deformation steps and thus -- (4) Once ultimate strength Rm is reached, localised deformation of the specimen occurs, and it is therefore necessary to calculate true stress from the changing cross section of the specimen.
But even so, this afternoon's visit of Oldham - who retain faint hopes of a topsix finish - must yield points to ease the pressure on Abbott.
Experimental results pertaining to yield point and ultimate point are presented in Tables 3 and 4 respectively.