## What is/are Axially Loaded?

Axially Loaded - An experimental program is performed using three specimens that are axially loaded.^{[1]}Methods In this study, six Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) datasets were acquired from 3 healthy volunteers with axially loaded and unloaded knee joint.

^{[2]}To determine fatigue behavior, the samples were uniaxially loaded and unloaded.

^{[3]}The specimens were positioned to simulate crutch/walker weight bearing and axially loaded to failure.

^{[4]}Methods: 10 fresh-frozen human cadaveric knees (age, 59 ± 5 years) were axially loaded to 1500 N in a materials testing machine with the joint line tilted 0°, 4°, 8°, and 12° varus (“downhill” medially) and valgus, at 0° and 20° of knee flexion.

^{[5]}After high temperature oxidation under steam at 1200 °C with measured ECR ranging from 10 to 18% and water quenching, machined samples were axially loaded until fracture.

^{[6]}In the course of the simulations, numerous different periodic volume elements were uniaxially loaded and unloaded.

^{[7]}The specimens were axially loaded to peak loads of 500, 1000, 1500, and 2000 N, in sequence, and then loaded to failure.

^{[8]}After exposure to elevated temperature, all columns were axially loaded by compression force using an eccentricity ratio (e/h) equal to 0.

^{[9]}Adopting a separate effect approach, quenched high temperature oxidized samples were axially loaded in a mechanical device.

^{[10]}Specimens were axially loaded to 300 N over 10 ramped cycles at 0.

^{[11]}The specimens were axially loaded until failure.

^{[12]}The theoretical analyses indicate that asymmetric modes such as the HE11 mode have a low net temporal growth rate in a SWS coaxially loaded with the anisotropic material, of which the azimuthal conductivity is in the transition region from good to poor conductor.

^{[13]}Detailed information concerning testing procedure are presented and supplemented by exemplary tests results for steel sample uniaxially loaded to 300 MPa.

^{[14]}Each bone was bi-axially loaded in a servo-hydraulic load frame with the bone positioned so the neutral axis of torsion was aligned with the centre of the bone diaphysis.

^{[15]}Intact specimens were axially loaded to body weight and then underwent inversion along the anatomic axis of the ankle from 0° to 20°.

^{[16]}The specimens were cycled between 5 N to 30 N and axially loaded to failure perpendicularly across the repair site.

^{[17]}Specimens (5 per group) were axially loaded and internally rotated up to 20° or to failure.

^{[18]}66 μm) in tensile strained Ge microbridges uniaxially loaded above 5.

^{[19]}RC stub columns were axially loaded and heated to predetermined temperatures.

^{[20]}7 Hz/50N, 8000 cycles 5°C to 55°C) and axially loaded until failure.

^{[21]}Our results are important for the design of structures in which the anatase nanotubes are axially loaded, especially if the loading is compressive, to avoid structural failure.

^{[22]}In this study, mesh independence is demonstrated in dynamics analysing the problem of a cantilever bar uniaxially loaded at high deformation rates.

^{[23]}The multiple compressive members are connected through ball joints, causing all the members in a tensegrity structure to be axially loaded, i.

^{[24]}Within the biomechanical setup, the glenohumeral joint was axially loaded (22 N) to center the joint.

^{[25]}The sheet metal sample with fatigue crack was axially loaded using a test cell manufactured in-house for loading sheet metal samples.

^{[26]}Conclusion: In general, osteotomy lowered ACL graft force and ACL strain when the joint was axially loaded.

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## bending moment resistance

Ultimate axial resistance will aid the engineer to decide the size and reinforcement of an axially loaded column, whereas the axial and bending moment resistances under balanced failure provide insight into column capacity when it is subjected to bending moment.^{[1]}Ultimate axial resistance will aid the engineer to decide the size and reinforcement of an axially loaded column, whereas the axial and bending moment resistance under balanced failure provide insight in column capacity when it is subjected to bending moment.

^{[2]}Ultimate axial resistance will aid the engineer to decide the size and reinforcement of an axially loaded column, whereas the axial and bending moment resistance under balanced failure provide insight in column capacity when it is subjected to bending moment.

^{[3]}Ultimate axial resistance will aid the engineer to decide the size and reinforcement of an axially loaded column, whereas the axial and bending moment resistances under balanced failure provide insight in column capacity when it is subjected to bending moment.

^{[4]}Ultimate axial resistance will aid the engineer to decide the size and reinforcement of an axially loaded column, whereas the axial and bending moment resistance under balanced failure provide insight in column capacity when it is subjected to bending moment.

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## fresh frozen human

Methods Eight fresh-frozen human cadaveric knees were axially loaded with a 750 N compressive force in full extension with the mechanical axis rotated to intersect the tibia plateau at 30%, 40%, 50%, 60% and 70% of its width.^{[1]}Methods Eight fresh-frozen human cadaveric knees were axially loaded, with a 750 N compressive load, in full extension with the mechanical axis shifted to intersect the tibial plateau at 30% and 40% (varus), 50% (neutral), 60% and 70% (valgus) of its width (TPW).

^{[2]}Methods: Six fresh-frozen human cadaveric knees were axially loaded using a 1000-N compressive load in full extension with the mechanical axis rotated to intersect the tibial plateau at 40%, 45%, 50%, 55%, and 60% of its width (TPW) to simulate varus and valgus alignment.

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## cold formed steel

This paper presents an experimental and finite element (FE) investigation into the local-overall buckling interaction behaviour of axially loaded cold-formed steel (CFS) channel section columns.^{[1]}This paper presents an experimental and numerical investigation into the buckling behaviour of axially loaded cold-formed steel (CFS) zed and hat sections.

^{[2]}The mechanical properties and buckling strength of cold-formed steel square hollow section columns after heating and cooling processes were examined by coupon tensile tests and axially loaded compressive and stub-column tests at ambient temperature.

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## concrete filled steel

This study aims to propose a new intelligence technique of predicting the ultimate capacity of axially loaded circular concrete-filled steel tube (CCFST) columns.^{[1]}Numerous studies have been carried out on the axially loaded circular concrete-filled steel tube (CCFST) stub columns.

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## Beam Axially Loaded

In this paper, the damping augmentation of a rotating Timoshenko beam axially loaded by a tendon via placing spring-damper elements is studied in the flapping direction, where the spring-damper elements that replace the rigid attachments are placed at some spanwise locations to guide the tendon through the beam.^{[1]}Free vibration and stability analysis of the system consisting of the Euler–Bernoulli beam axially loaded by a tendon is studied in the paper.

^{[2]}Theoretical and experimental modal analysis of the system consisting of the Euler-Bernoulli beam axially loaded by a tendon is studied in the paper.

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## Six Axially Loaded

Six axially loaded SRC-core columns were tested and the correspondin.^{[1]}The RDM model is incorporated into a global modeling procedure and validated with six axially loaded columns, 16 axially and laterally loaded columns, and four beams previously tested by nine research groups.

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## axially loaded column

The axially loaded column is tested under the loading frame for an axial compressive load.^{[1]}The RDM model is incorporated into a global modeling procedure and validated with six axially loaded columns, 16 axially and laterally loaded columns, and four beams previously tested by nine research groups.

^{[2]}Ultimate axial resistance will aid the engineer to decide the size and reinforcement of an axially loaded column, whereas the axial and bending moment resistances under balanced failure provide insight into column capacity when it is subjected to bending moment.

^{[3]}This paper presents an experimental and analytical campaign to study the behavior of axially loaded columns constructed from recycled aggregates.

^{[4]}Ultimate axial resistance will aid the engineer to decide the size and reinforcement of an axially loaded column, whereas the axial and bending moment resistance under balanced failure provide insight in column capacity when it is subjected to bending moment.

^{[5]}The analytical results were evaluated against experimental results of twenty two concrete axially loaded columns divided into eight different groups from A to H.

^{[6]}Ultimate axial resistance will aid the engineer to decide the size and reinforcement of an axially loaded column, whereas the axial and bending moment resistance under balanced failure provide insight in column capacity when it is subjected to bending moment.

^{[7]}Ultimate axial resistance will aid the engineer to decide the size and reinforcement of an axially loaded column, whereas the axial and bending moment resistances under balanced failure provide insight in column capacity when it is subjected to bending moment.

^{[8]}The present study focuses on studying the load carrying capacity of short reinforced concrete rectangular axially loaded columns with rounded edges strengthened using Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer (GFRP) bi-directional fabric strips glued with epoxy resin.

^{[9]}Ultimate axial resistance will aid the engineer to decide the size and reinforcement of an axially loaded column, whereas the axial and bending moment resistance under balanced failure provide insight in column capacity when it is subjected to bending moment.

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## axially loaded pile

Most currently available load-transfer models for axially loaded pile are either highly empirical or oversimplified without rigorous theoretical manner.^{[1]}The design of axially loaded piles has been an area of focus for the offshore industry in recent years.

^{[2]}A highly effective finite element program is developed for the nonlinear analysis of axially loaded piles.

^{[3]}The shaft bearing capacity often plays a dominant role for the overall structural behaviour of axially loaded piles in offshore deep foundations.

^{[4]}The site has been used to investigate the field response of a number of foundation systems including jacked closed and open-ended piles, driven concrete and steel open-ended piles, shallow footings, bored axially loaded piles and laterally loaded steel piles.

^{[5]}The applicability of the proposed GN model is verified by comparing the calculated relation between the skin friction and relative pile-soil displacement of axially loaded piles with measurements and those calculated by existing nonlinear softening models.

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## axially loaded circular

This study aims to propose a new intelligence technique of predicting the ultimate capacity of axially loaded circular concrete-filled steel tube (CCFST) columns.^{[1]}This paper presents the results of a numerical investigation of the behaviour, and proposes a method to calculate the static resistance of axially loaded Circular Hollow Section Double K-joints (DKK) at elevated temperatures.

^{[2]}Numerous studies have been carried out on the axially loaded circular concrete-filled steel tube (CCFST) stub columns.

^{[3]}Practical design equations for the torsional capacity of axially loaded circular CFST columns were proposed based on the parametric analysis.

^{[4]}Numerous experimental investigations have been carried out for axially loaded circular section concrete columns with or without internal steel reinforcement confined with FRP materials and other techniques.

^{[5]}The aim of this present paper is to provide lower bound bearing capacity factor Nc for axially loaded circular piles in clays by using two-dimensional finite elements and the three-dimensional non-.

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## axially loaded rectangular

This paper presents the numerical analysis and design of axially loaded rectangular CFDST short columns where the outer tube is made of stainless-steel.^{[1]}To understand their structural behaviour and to include relevant design recommendations in current design specifications, this paper aims at investigating the compressive behaviour of axially loaded rectangular CFFSST short columns using the nonlinear finite element (FE) modelling.

^{[2]}Corrigendum to " Numerical analysis of axially loaded rectangular concrete-filled steel tubular short columns at elevated temperatures" [Engineering Structures, 180 (2019) 89-102].

^{[3]}This paper presents a new fiber element model for the fire-resistance predictions of axially loaded rectangular CFST short columns at elevated temperatures considering local buckling.

^{[4]}, pursuing analytic buckling solutions of biaxially loaded rectangular thin plates with two free adjacent edges that are characterized by having both the free edges and a free corner.

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## axially loaded timoshenko

This paper investigates the elastic wave propagation, mode veering, and in-plane vibration of pre-stressed hexagonal lattice embedded in an elastic medium and composed of axially loaded Timoshenko beams with attached point masses.^{[1]}A dynamic analysis of axially loaded Timoshenko beams with intermediate fixities is presented.

^{[2]}After the analytical solution of the equation of motion has been obtained, the dynamic stiffness method (DSM) is used and the dynamic stiffness matrix of the axially loaded Timoshenko beam with internal viscous damping is constructed to calculate natural frequencies.

^{[3]}This study investigates the dynamic response of the axially loaded Timoshenko beams on two-parameter foundation with generalized elastic end conditions.

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## axially loaded rc

In this study, a nonlinear finite element analysis (NLFEA) has been developed to study the mechanical behavior of uniaxially loaded RC slender columns.^{[1]}In the scope of this study, four full-scale axially loaded RC members were tested under drop weight tests set-up, to represent low-elevation transverse impact loads on the specimens.

^{[2]}Results from experimental tests on axially loaded RC panels were used to verify the modeling approach.

^{[3]}This paper presents an analytical model able to predict the distribution of relative slips and shear stresses at interface in axially loaded RC columns reinforced with indirectly loaded jackets.

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## axially loaded specimen

Both the experimental test and the numerical modeling showed that the lateral stress has a profound effect on the crack propagation mechanism of concrete compared to that of the uni-axially loaded specimens (containing cracks).^{[1]}Results from isothermal and thermomechanical experiments on uniaxially loaded specimens are used for calibration of the models.

^{[2]}This paper discusses the phase shift effect occurring between two and more load channels of multiaxially loaded specimens.

^{[3]}Two geometries of uniaxially loaded specimens were tested: open-hole specimens and double U-notch specimens.

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## axially loaded member

Pile foundations are often required to resist lateral loads and moments in addition to their primary use as axially loaded members.^{[1]}The stiffness of axially loaded members is usually measured by slenderness ratio, which is the ratio of the calculated length of the member to the minimum turning radius of the member section.

^{[2]}The second-order analysis advanced in this article can be an alternative tool to be used by the structural engineer to assess the stability of axially loaded members subjected to the risk of flexural buckling failure.

^{[3]}Force changes in axially loaded members can be monitored by quantifying variations in impedance signatures.

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## axially loaded steel

A new formula that allows the first natural frequency of transverse vibrations of axially loaded steel helical springs to be determined has been presented in the paper.^{[1]}The paper aims to determine the pull-out strength of single and multiple axially loaded steel rods bonded in glulam parallel to the grain differentiating the adhesive failure from the other failure modes.

^{[2]}This paper aims to reliability analysis of axially loaded steel columns at elevated temperatures considering the probabilistic features of fire.

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## axially loaded plate

After that, the nonlinear instability and vibration responses of an axially loaded plate-form bone implant made of the manufactured n-HA-SWCNT bio-nanocomposite samples coated with GN-IBO thin layers are simulated through a sandwich-plate model and based upon the experimentally extracted mechanical properties.^{[1]}Using a novel interactive two-step procedure, the benchmark SCF reduction problem of an axially loaded plate with a central circular hole is studied.

^{[2]}Accordingly, nonlinear mechanical behaviors including nonlinear free vibration and nonlinear vibrations associated with the prebuckling and postbuckling domains of an axially loaded plate-type bone implant made of the HA-MgO bio-nanocomposites coated with the GN-IBO thin layers are investigated analytically via a sandwich plate model.

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## axially loaded beam

Motivated by this limitation, the dynamic behavior of an axially loaded beam supported by a nonlinear spring-mass system is solved and investigated in this paper.^{[1]}In this paper, an analytical method is developed to study the free vibration of multi-cracked, axially loaded beams with differing boundary conditions, namely, hinged-hinged, clamped-clamped, clamped-hinged, and clamped-free.

^{[2]}Numerical examples of axially loaded beams are solved to emphasize the importance of axial mode.

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## axially loaded reinforced

To further investigate the effects of scattering input parameters on the distribution of crack parameters, a crack propagation model (CPM) is developed, which is a powerful tool that can be used to observe sequential cracking of uniaxially loaded reinforced concrete components.^{[1]}This paper studies experimentally the behavior of axially loaded reinforced ECC columns, with additional internal confinement using Steel Wire Mesh (SWM), to enhance ultimate capacity, durability, the crack pattern, and reduce the brittleness of traditional columns.

^{[2]}Ultra high-performance concrete (UHPC) application, to enhance the mechanical strength of axially loaded reinforced concrete bridge substructure elements, was proposed and investigated in an earlier study.

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## axially loaded concrete

The main objective of this study is to optimize and model the ultimate strength of axially loaded concrete-filled double skin steel tubular (CFDST) composite columns having a circular hollow section.^{[1]}Based on the test results in this study and those in literature, a new and more accurate design equation for axially loaded concrete-filled stainless steel circular tubular stub columns that is applicable to different types of concrete infill, including conventional concrete and SWSSC, was proposed.

^{[2]}This paper focuses on the confinement effect induced by different arrangements of transverse reinforcement on axially loaded concrete columns.

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## axially loaded panel

71 J of impact energy, there was a 22% increase in mean absorbed energy for a uniaxially loaded panel over an unloaded panel.^{[1]}This approach is illustrated by redistributing the material properties of an axially loaded panel on the basis of the correlation of the spatially varying Young’s modulus with the linear buckling load of the panel.

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## axially loaded cylindrical

The aim of this work is to analyse the influence of the nonlinear modal coupling and initial geometrical imperfection on the post-buckling path (perfect case) or nonlinear equilibrium path (imperfect case) of a simply supported, axially loaded cylindrical panel.^{[1]}The nonlinear dynamics of two archetypal structural systems exhibiting interactive modal post-buckling behavior is addressed, the discrete Augusti’s model and a reduced-order model of the axially loaded cylindrical shell.

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## axially loaded ultra

In this paper, a non-linear three-dimensional finite element model is presented in order to study the behaviour of axially loaded ultra-high strength concrete filled circular hollow tubular columns exposed to fire.^{[1]}A nonlinear axisymmetric simulation of axially loaded ultra-high strength circular short Concrete-Filled Steel Tubular (CFST) columns is reported in this paper.

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## axially loaded thin

In this paper, a new computational model is presented, which can simulate the load–deflection responses of uniaxially loaded thin-walled RDCFST slender columns that are discretized into fiber elements.^{[1]}Following this, several crucial geometric and material parameters were designed to explore the influences on the strength, stiffness and ductility of axially loaded thin-walled RCFST slender column.

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## axially loaded embryo

In unstressed embryos, longitudinal cortical flow contributes to contractile ring formation, while rotational cortical flow is additionally induced in uniaxially loaded embryos, i.^{[1]}In unstressed embryos, longitudinal cortical flows contribute to contractile ring formation, while rotational cortical flow is additionally induced in uniaxially loaded embryos.

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