final stress

final stress

1. In prestressed concrete, the stress which exists after substantially all losses in stress have occurred.
2. The stress in a member after all loads have been applied.
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The final stress test I imposed on the pair is up where I need their strength and protection the most - a rocky mountain climb in Ras Al Khaimah.
So, until next season, here are the final stress texting highlights from the NLDS.
The recurrence of final stress in verbs with final obstruents, for example: to boy'cott, to eli'cit, to in'terpret, to hi'jack, to soli'cit, (RP: to 'boycott, to e'licit, to in'terpret, to 'hijack)
When melt flow stops the flow-induced stresses start to relax, which leads that the final stress distributions are different from those at the end of filling process due to different cooling effects [32, 33], The stress relaxation mainly depends on melt temperature.
Authors suggested that low internal consistency, use of a community rather than clinical sample, the high level of participants with pre-intervention scores within normal range, and the timing of the intervention near the end of the academic school year may have impacted final stress and anxiety scores as the students approached their summer breaks.
Matz was asked if the final stress test rule and home-based credit union rule were originally on the agenda but got pulled off before the board meeting.
The Commission would like to propose more details on such a plan by June, complementing the assessments of the final stress test reports.
The platform is currently going through a final stress test ahead of a Beta launch scheduled for early August.
The percentages of words with antepenultimate, penultimate, and final stress in the groups support the observation that the unmarked location of primary stress is on the penultimate syllable (Groups 1, 3, 4, 6).
Thus, disyllabic rhyme might be mediated by either (1) the superrime unit in initial stress disyllables and the final rime unit in final stress disyllables (Berg, 1989) or (2) the final syllable regardless of stress pattern (Treiman, 1992).