Dynamic Stress

Dynamic Stress

 

in linguistics, a stress in which a stressed syllable is distinguished, in comparison with an unstressed one, by greater tension of articulation, particularly of a vowel, and by the greater force of the expelled air. Dynamic stress is particularly characteristic of the Russian language.

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Our system (GPS) will monitor their fitness level, measure hundreds of physical metrics including distance, speed, acceleration, deceleration, high-speed running, and dynamic stress load.
The Series FT-3130 constant stress/strain fatigue tester applies dynamic stress or strain on test pieces, and gives repeated tension at a fixed stroke to count number of strokes until the test piece is broken.
Researchers note that the system counts only one type of aftershock triggering when predicting, rather than accounting for static and dynamic stress changes.
The high speed of 400 m/min actually simulates the dynamic stress on the yarn during weaving, and this makes the USTERA(r) TENSOJET 5 a unique tensile measuring system.
The dynamic stress is calculated based on the acceleration and the stress scale factor related to the vibration analytical model.
An approach based on the combined use of the boundary integral equations method and time Fourier transform is developed, which makes it possible to investigate the dynamic stress state of media with microstructure weakened by tunnel cavities of arbitrary cross-section during the action of dynamic [7] and impulse [8] load, which is applied to the boundary of the cavity.
Comparing the values of the dynamic yield stress in Figure 24 to the dynamic stress distributed over the cross section of the columns shown in Figures 20-23 reveals that most of the columns had not reached the full dynamic yielding capacity when the global failure occurred.
The dominant sources of phase error are phase jitter which is mainly caused by thermal noise and dynamic stress error which is caused by relative motion between the receiver and satellites [3].
Nomenclature [[sigma].sub.max]: Maximum dynamic stress of dynamic stress-dynamic strain hysteresis curve [[sigma].sub.min]: Minimum dynamic stress of dynamic stress-dynamic strain hysteresis curve [[epsilon].sub.d max]: Maximum dynamic strain of dynamic stress-dynamic strain hysteresis curve [[epsilon].sub.d min]: Minimum dynamic strain of dynamic stress-dynamic strain hysteresis curve [A.sub.R]: The area of ABCD in the hysteresis loop A: The area of the triangle AEF [??]: Damping ratio of rock sample [E.sub.d]: Dynamic elastic modulus of rock sample v: Poisson's ratio of rock sample PGA: Peak value of acceleration amplification factor HPGA: Horizontal peak value of acceleration amplification factor.
With this principle, the static and dynamic stress can be perceived.
At 1.890% of strain, strain-thickening behavior (both storage and loss moduli showed a slight increase to higher level that was strain specific) under dynamic stress was observed for the filled PDMS suspensions studied in the context.

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