continuous deformation

continuous deformation

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ‚dē·fȯr′mā·shən]
(mathematics)
A transformation of an object that magnifies, shrinks, rotates, or translates portions of the object in any manner without tearing.
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Contract award notice: Framework agreement for ground-based radar interferometry detection service for landslide monitoring, Hydrogeological and other geological phenomena - territorial monitoring activities for civil protection purposes with advanced gb-insar products and services - advanced ground techniques -based interferometric synthetic radar apertures, For remote and continuous deformation of the earth~s deformations for the activities of the earth sciences department - 800 000 eur.
Kusner is a geometer, an expert in the analysis of variational problems in low-dimensional geometry and topology, which concerns properties preserved under continuous deformation such as stretching and bending.
Deformation of the crust in this region occurs by a range of processes that includes (a) brittle deformation on major strike slip faults and (b) continuous deformation in the subsurface, including crustal flow.
3 Large plastic deformation occurs in the contact zone because the continuous deformation and flow of mental occurs along rolling direction and spread direction.
Although creep, the continuous deformation of metals under sustained load, probably occurs at all.
The formation of nanosized fibers is an overall result of production of microsized micelles of thermoplastic polymers in cellulose acetate butyrate and continuous deformation, elongation, and coalescence of the micelles to nanofibers in and at the outlet of a die before the composite fiber is completely solidified [16].
the continuous deformation zone, which is the area where surface deformations can be measured.
Diversity of the geometry of existing subsidence troughs and their influence on both surveyed land surface and rockmass under laying the sags, invite to analyze parameters of continuous deformation expected in orefield sections scheduled to extract.
Continuous deformations, manifesting in the shape of subsidence troughs and their derivatives, accompany mining extraction independently from mining-geological conditions.
It is an area of mathematics concerned with the properties of space that are preserved under continuous deformations including stretching and bending, but not tearing or gluing.

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