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Ductility- As Measured By Tensile Testing

The ability of a material to deform plastically without fracturing, is called ductility. In the materials usually machined in our shops, ductility is measured by determining the percent of elongation and the percent reduction of area on a specimen during a tensile test. 299 more words

Engineering

Resilience and materials science

The usage of the term resilience in the context of materials began in the 19th century. It was first used to describe a property of timber, before being adapted for a wide range of materials by Robert Mallet in his measure – modulus of resilience (Aslan 2010 p1). 452 more words

General Resilience

Man of Steel - Father’s Day Service at House on The Rock, Abuja

The Word of God will do you good, anytime!! I have been remiss with publishing my church notes for a bit, so this week we’re catching up! 317 more words

#God

NUMERICAL MODELING OF CONCRETE COMPOSITE STEEL TUBES

In modern days, building design emphasizes on enhancing flexibility of the floor space by reducing the cross section of column size.
Enhancing compressive strength of concrete on a smaller column gives more strength and more usable floor space. 351 more words

FLEXURAL BEHAVIOUR OF FERROCEMENT SLAB PANELS USING WELDED SQUARE MESH BY INCORPORATING STEEL FIBERS

The present study describes the results of testing flat ferrocement panels reinforced with different number of wire mesh layers. The
main objective of this work is to study the effect of using different no of wire mesh layers on the flexural strength of flat… 147 more words

OPTIMIZING THE PROCESS PARAMETERS OF FRICTION STIR WELDED JOINT OF MAGNESIUM ALLOY AZ31B

This paper deals with Friction stir welding of AZ31B Mg alloy by using H13 Tool at different rotational speeds and welding
speeds .Experiments were conducted according to L4 Orthogonal array which was suggested by Taguchi. 81 more words

SEISMIC EVALUATION OF MUTISTOREY BUILDING WITH SOFT STOREY

Most of the reinforced concrete (RC) structures are not designed to resist major or moderate earthquakes. The designs of such
building are regularly done by using gravity loading without considering the earthquake load. 246 more words