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dynamic compression

The ability to compress and decompress data in real time; for example, as it is being written to or read from disk or as it is being received or transmitted via a communications channel. See dynamic.
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Figure 13 shows The SEM micrograph of the dynamic compression fracture al 16.
The discussion of the presented testing and simulation results has shown that the whole developed methodology for the compression load deflection of a seal under a dynamic door condition is capable of predicting the dynamic compression response of the seal.
No previous studies, however, have reported fatigue, which is called dynamic compression fatigue (DCF) in this article.
A prospective, randomized trial comparing the limited contact dynamic compression plate with the point contact fixator for forearm fractures.
Information on market size for the two compression therapy market segments: static compression therapy and dynamic compression therapy.
q1] to express the rate effect of PVB in the dynamic compression constitutive model, where Function [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in the same form of function f(kit) suggested in Eq.
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The Dallen Medical patented Compressyn[TM] technology offers significant improvement over existing products by delivering superior fixation with dynamic compression in sternal closure, small bone, and sports medicine applications.
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The instruments are exposed for dynamic compression tests at 10 Hz.
In addition to the dielectric measurements two complementary dynamic mechanical measurements, Dynamic Rheometry and Dynamic Compression (the latter performed simultaneously with dielectric measurements) were used.

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