acceleration stress


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acceleration stress

[ak‚sel·ə′rā·shən ‚stres]
(medicine)
The effect of an increase in gravitational force upon human physiology and behavior, particularly during takeoff and reentry in space flight.

acceleration stress

In a wire rope (or the like), the additional stress imposed as a result of the acceleration of the load.
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It is also considered that TV A increases might be derived from high pulmonary artery pressure levels or augmented atrial contractions because of frequent tachycardia episodes during +Gz acceleration stress in Group A pilots.
Right ventricular pressure response to +Gz acceleration stress.
BridgeWave designs and manufactures equipment in the United States and uses extensive High Acceleration Life Testing (HALT) during design and product development and High Acceleration Stress Screening (HASS) for testing production products to ensure the highest levels quality.
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