simple compression

simple compression

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(mathematics)
A transformation that compresses a configuration in a given direction, given by x ′ = kx, y ′ = y, z ′ = z, with k < 1,="" when="" the="" direction="" is="" that="" of="" the="">x axis.
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Bear in mind that a proper modification for the rock failure condition represented by equation (3) requires the strength of both simple compression and tension to be the same (Sayed Ahmed, 1973; Roberts, 1977); this requirement has to be satisfied through further modifications.
After the widespread and popular AC-3 format, the AC-4 audio codec standard, ETSI TS 103 190, is designed by industry experts to go beyond providing simple compression efficiency.
The advantages and material properties allow the One Part Easy Cure materials to be used in a wide range of applications, including standard automatic high volume LSR molding systems, or simple compression or transfer molding of just a few parts at a time.
Unfortunately, there are some situations where simple compression techniques can actually cause more harm than good, if applied indiscriminately.
Not only are these carbon and graphite materials more durable than those produced by the simple compression of petroleum pitch, Battista says, but they also make it easier to engineer larger and smaller structures.
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Press for sample preparation will serve to determine the strength of simple compression and tension.
Simple compression molding techniques, in which weighed amounts of the various colors are minimally mixed and then introduced into the mold cavity and cured, have been successfully demonstrated at Laur Silicone (ref.
Venturi's cross layer optimization goes beyond simple compression (application layer optimization) to virtually eliminate the inefficiencies of TCP at the transport layer, offering mobile data users accelerated access speeds, extended broadband reach and a more consistent overall user experience.
Even in simple compression molding, difficulty has been experienced in filling all the cavities of a mold before curing begins to take place.
Venturi's cross-layer optimization goes beyond simple compression (application layer optimization) to virtually eliminate the inefficiencies of TCP at the transport layer, offering mobile data users accelerated access speeds, fewer dropped sessions and interruptions, and a more consistent overall user experience.
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