- the act of making a sudden noisy break
- state of being torn or burst open
- Rupture stress is much higher in the case of metals as it is for plastics.
- rupture energy
- Stress rupture
- Accelerated stress rupture test
- elongation after rupture Lo
- The container must not rupture.
- Ligament or tendon rupture/tear
- No cracking or rupture is allowed.
- the elongation after rupture must be:
- pressure burst (rupture of pressure system)
- elongation after rupture (Lo = 80 mm)
- Gauge length after rupture of the test piece.
- Cylinders exceeding 45000 cycles are permitted to fail by rupture.
- Ligament or tendon rupture/tear Muscle tear Whiplash — Dislocation —
- The latter materials must at minimum working temperature have an appropriate elongation after rupture and toughness.