He says: 'The relationship between the modulus of a lens and its thickness also has important implications with respect to the amount of oxygen reaching the cornea'.
What does MOD stand for?
MOD stands for Modulus
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The modulus of a material is expressed as the applied stress divided by the resulting strain.
Regions of the casting which have the lowest modulus values solidify first, and those with the highest modulus values solidify last.
Our experiments, which have been carried out on Technora cables of diameter 2 mm, show that the modulus obtained from the wave speed has the same behavior in fatigue as the modulus obtained from tensile tests.
The goals are to provide high strength and modulus (around 2.
A major compilation of elastic moduli data (Young's modulus, shear modulus, bulk modulus, and Poisson's ratio) for oxide ceramics has been completed and added to the online NIST Ceramics WebBook.