2 gigapascal Ultra High Tensile Strength Steel with High Formability, in production models from 2017.
What does GPA stand for?
GPA stands for Gigapascal
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- Geophysical Altimeter
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- Georgia Perinatal Association
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- German Press Agency (est. 1949)
- Gestation pour Autrui (French: Surrogacy)
- Gewerkschaft der Privatangestellten (Vienna, Austria)
- Gibraltar Pool Association
- Gladstone Port Authority (QLD Australia)
- Global Political Agreement (Zimbabwean reform agreement)
- Global Program of Action (for the Protection of the Marine Environment Land basesd Activities)
- Global Programme on AIDS
- Global Project Authorization (JSF project)
- Global Property Advisors (various locations)
- Glycogen Phosphorylase A
- Glycophorin A
- GNU Privacy Assistant (computing)
- Gold Prospectors Association
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2 gigapascal ultra high tensile strength steel, which is lighter, stronger and easier to manufacture, and employed it in the Infiniti Q50 sedan that will hit the North American market this year.
5 gigapascals to 12 gigapascals in the orb-weaver spiders.
The product features unique carbon-steel joints that stabilise the connection "without play," and longitudinal elastic modules higher than 300 gigapascals (GPa), which is 1.
As the researchers lowered the temperature to 130 kelvins (around-143[degrees] Celsius) and held the pressure around one gigapascal (almost 10,000 atmospheres), disordered hydrogen bonds snapped into an ordered, tight conformation to create ice XV.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] STRENGTH OF WORLD'S HARDEST MATERIALS Scientists measure a material's hardness in gigapascals, a unit of pressure (force applied over an area), How much stronger is lonsdaleite than wurtzite boron nitride?
Considering the elastic modulus, below 0[degrees]C all PUDs show a similar trend with modulus in gigapascals associated with solid-like behavior.
The graphitic nature of nanotubes, together with their geometry, gives them phenomenal properties: tensile strength reaches 150 gigaPascals, and their elastic modulus exceeds one teraPascal.