cushion effect

cushion effect

[′kəsh·ən i‚fekt]
(fluid mechanics)
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Hyaluronic acid is responsible for maintaining skin water balance, providing hydration, lubrication and cellular function as well as imparting a cushion effect between the joints.
Japan vows to cushion effect of output disruption after quake
The agency would also have to be careful to ensure credit unions don't start investing in other credit unions, defeating the purpose behind the capital cushion effect.
The platform design offers a cushion effect to help your comfort zone, but, more importantly, they can make even the shortest, stumpiest legs look long, lean and elegant.
There is such a cushion effect, such a bounce, and what we need to do, though, is make sure that's consistent all the way around the track.
They are then double-backed with carpet padding covered by a water-resistant fabric to prevent sliding, extend the product's durability and add a cushion effect.
They are then double backed with carpet padding covered by a tough water-resistant fabric, which is adhered to the canvas, to prevent sliding, extend the product's durability and add a cushion effect.