dynamic test

dynamic test

[dī¦nam·ik ′test]
(engineering)
A test conducted under active or simulated load.

hurricane test, dynamic test

A dynamic test for windows and curtain walls simulating the forces and buffeting of a hurricane; both structural strength and water leakage are evaluated.
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The contract is for the supply, delivery, commissioning and training for the use of a dynamic test machine.
One big promise of LEDs is to enable the kind of design flexibility that Twenty First Century devised, allowing the end specifier to see a dynamic test for color selection," explains Ilkan Cokgor of SemiLEDs.
Looking in turn at static and dynamic tensile loading, they discuss such aspects as factors affecting the tensile properties of concrete, modeling moisture transport in intact and fractured concrete, dynamic test devices for analyzing the tensile properties of concrete, response mechanisms of concrete under impulsive tensile loading, modeling the response of concrete structures from strain rate effects to shock induced loading, and practical examples of understanding the dynamic response of concrete to loading.
Those citizens received the necessary training to ensure the success of the elections, and the system was subjected to a dynamic test on Sunday, which allowed us to detect and correct problems, said the president of the CEN.
This involves mounting the end of a blade to a dynamic test rig.
As with any Lawson Hemphill equipment, the yarns will be running under dynamic test conditions during the entanglement test.
Because of several failures by dissociation of a redesigned bipolar prosthesis, a new, dynamic test was developed.
The Dynamic Test Model Rover, which NASA uses in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Mars Exploration Rover Mission,.
Conventional tensile testing under a static uniaxial loading at a slow strain rate may mask this fact by recording the strength as "acceptable," whereas under a dynamic test, such as impact or fatigue, differences may be detected.
This site was within, but not part of, the dynamic test course.
Their topics include stakeholder commentary, building code seismic requirements, analytical methods, dynamic test methods, and trends in the earthquake protection of nonstructural systems.
The BMW X5-sized seven-seat Tribeca was given a low 16 per cent chance of rolling over and a No-tip dynamic test result.

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