shear stress

Influence of uniaxial and hydrostatic pressures and shear stress $\sigma_{5}$ on the phase transition and thermodynamic properties of quasi-one-dimensional ferroelectrics of the CsH$_2$PO$_4$ type

Within the framework of the modified proton ordering model for the quasi-one-dimensional hydrogen bonded ferroelectrics of the CsH$_2$PO$_4$ type with taking into account the linear in the strains  $\varepsilon_1$, $\varepsilon_2$, $\varepsilon_3$, and $\varepsilon_5$ contributions into the energy of the proton subsystem, without tunneling, using the two-particle cluster approximation, we study the influence of uniaxial pressures $p_{i}$, hydrostatic pressure $p_{h}$, and shear stress $\sigma_{5}$ on the phase transition, polarization, transverse dielectric permittivity, elastic constants a

IMPORTANCE OF SOIL SHEAR STRENGTH PARAMETERS FOR OPTIMAL DESIGN OF THE BUILDING FOUNDATION

For the design foundation, it is important to know not only the structure and load of the building, but also soils properties in the subsoil. Ignoring soil properties may result in an incorrect design of foundation, which may later cause a failure in building structure, because generally known foundations function is to transfer load effects into the ground. In smaller buildings, an engineeringgeological survey is not usually carried out, but basic data on the territory is obtained from archive reports.