modulus of compression


modulus of compression
spūdos modulis statusas T sritis Standartizacija ir metrologija apibrėžtis Dydis, išreiškiamas kūną veikiančio slėgio ir santykinės jo tūrio deformacijos dalmeniu visapusio suslėgimo ar tempimo atveju, t. y. K = -p/ϑ; čia p – slėgis, ϑ – santykinė tūrio deformacija. Matavimo vienetas – niutonas kvadratiniam metrui: N/m²). atitikmenys: angl. bulk modulus; compressibility modulus; modulus of compression vok. Elastizitätsmodul für Druck, m; Kompressionsmodul, m; Volumenelastizitätsmodul, m; Volumenkompressibilität, f rus. модуль объемного сжатия, m; модуль объемной деформации, m; модуль объемной упругости, m; модуль упругости при сжатии, m; объемный модуль упругости, m pranc. module de compressibilité cubique, m; module de compressibilité triaxiale, m; module de compressibilité volumétrique, m; module d’élasticité cubique, m

Penkiakalbis aiškinamasis metrologijos terminų žodynas. – Vilnius: Mokslo ir enciklopedijų leidybos institutas. . 2006.

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