Dynamic Stress

Dynamic Stress

 

in linguistics, a stress in which a stressed syllable is distinguished, in comparison with an unstressed one, by greater tension of articulation, particularly of a vowel, and by the greater force of the expelled air. Dynamic stress is particularly characteristic of the Russian language.

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As part of its research activities, the Mechanics and Technology Laboratory (Lmt) of the Ecole Normale Superieure de Cachan conducts studies on phenomena of instability and fracture of materials and structures under static and dynamic stress and uniaxial multiaxial.
Stress-time history generations by dynamic stress analysis as function of crank angle is discussed by Majidpour et all [12].
33] coefficient was determined in the case of the direct piezoelectric effect, using the quasi-static and dynamic stress characterization methods, which involve applying a static and dynamic stress according to the setup illustrated in Figs.
2001, "Enhanced DN-APL transport in a sand core during dynamic stress stimulation," J.
Yet, gravity-induced bending loads on blades create dramatic increases in dynamic stress, heightening market demand for a material that reduces blade mass while retaining strength.
The contributing factors of various corrosion mediums, operating temperatures, together with static or dynamic stress conditions leading to contact wear sites must also be considered, including the way they change over time.
Other topics include a variational technique for element free analysis of fracture mechanics, symmetric-Galerkin boundary element analysis of dynamic stress intensity factors, and the numerical Green's function extended to the local boundary integral equation.
They also found one other truth about this unique phenomenon: Simply compressing the material didn't change its properties; only dynamic stress -- deforming it again and again -- made it stiffer.
Wing load is the dynamic stress that aircraft wings experience as a result of normal flight, turbulence and dynamic flight manoeuvres.
The huge rotor blades can be up to 60 meters long and are subjected to enormous dynamic stress.
Of the 100 patients, 61 (61%)received dynamic stress (DS) tests and 39 (39%) pharmacological stress (PS) tests.
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