unit stress


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unit stress

[′yü·nət ′stres]
(mechanics)
The load per unit of area.

unit stress

The value obtained by dividing the total stress by the cross-sectional area that is stressed.
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As a result the computed creep per unit stress (specific creep) is low.
The monitoring unit stressed that policemen are the number one perpetrators of attacks against journalists followed by public officials.
It marked the first time that the Lancers had conducted a combined training exercise with South Korean and Japanese fighters at night, the unit stressed. "Flying and training at night with our allies in a safe, effective manner is an important capability shared between the US, Japan and the Republic of Korea and hones the tactical prowess of each nations' aviators," said US Air Force Maj.
The matches will be reviewed by the sport's watchdog, along with one from last month's French Open, though the unit stressed that an alert is not evidence of match-fixing.
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The SSHW unit stresses that TrendCare data makes nursing work visible but it is using this data in decision-making that makes the difference.
The head of the anti-gun and gang crime Matrix unit stressed the importance of community information in the fight against the outbreak of gun violence in Bootle in recent weeks.
Director General of the MNC Planning and Monitoring Unit stressed the importance of this first survey of its kind in the region and the responsibility of the surveyors in carrying out the field work.
Each unit stresses inquiry, student collaboration, and the use of computing and communications technologies.
The Israeli army spokesperson's unit stressed that, during every incursion, soldiers were told that forcing civilians to assist in military operations was strictly forbidden, especially if such action were to endanger their lives.
In its reply to a consultation paper on the draft corporate plan for LSCs to 2004, the chamber's policy unit stresses the importance of giving business representatives sitting on the councils the chance to be heard.