10) investigated the effect of isothermal aging on PMR-15 polyimide sheets using nanoindentation by atomic force microscopy (AFM) and showed an increase of Young's modulus (E) from the center to the surface of the sheet.
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E stands for Young's Modulus (of elasticity)
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And some parameters such as the Young's modulus of coating, the spacing of asperities and the coating thickness are taken into consideration, their effects on the distribution of Von Mises stress (hereinafter referred as the equivalent stress) in the coating asperities and the coating/substrate interface are investigated in this work.
Abstract The Young's modulus and shear modulus of solid wood (Sitka spruce, Picea sitchensis), medium-density fiberboard (MDF), and Lauan wood (Shorea sp.
As a result, the Young's modulus determined by the 3PB test is lower than that determined by nanoindentation.
[FIGURE 3 OMITTED] The Young's modulus of the particle is E = 72 GPa, and the value of Poisson's ratio is v = 0.
Thus, a greater Young's modulus of the underfill created a greater underfill stress, resulting in longer electromigration life.
The analysis includes evaluation of the longitudinal Young's Modulus [E.
The film has a Young's modulus in a longitudinal direction of 8 to 12 Gpa; a Young's modulus in a transverse direction of 6.