cushion effect

cushion effect

[′kəsh·ən i‚fekt]
(fluid mechanics)
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Key benefits: Skin dryness, cushion effect, better usage of the core and masking effect
Hexagonal size coupling sim having 8 Metal strips joined together to provide cushion effect. It is having six holes which is equidistant to each other length of one hexagonal side is 70 MM.
Recent research has also suggested a "cushion effect." When all possible outcomes of two options are above a certain goal, this goal serves as a cushion in case of unfavorable outcomes.
Through different optimal design schemes, one with 85 mm length of plunger, 50 mm diameter of cushion hole, and 95 mm diameter of plunger has the best cushion effect as shown in Figure 28.
Hyaluronic acid is responsible for maintaining skin water balance, providing hydration, lubrication and cellular function as well as imparting a cushion effect between the joints.
In the drying section, the arrangement of the nozzles features a proven Convey-Air(r) system which creates a special cushion effect that ensures absolutely uniform "floating" of the fabric.
Japan vows to cushion effect of output disruption after quake
In severe duty cycles, the torque converter not only has a very positive impact on the transmission durability, but its "cushion effect" protects the whole driveline against shocks and wear.
The agency would also have to be careful to ensure credit unions don't start investing in other credit unions, defeating the purpose behind the capital cushion effect.
The second part covers the influence of the cushion [S.sub.t] - [Z.sub.t], which we referred to as the cushion effect.
The platform design offers a cushion effect to help your comfort zone, but, more importantly, they can make even the shortest, stumpiest legs look long, lean and elegant.
They are then double-backed with carpet padding covered by a water-resistant fabric to prevent sliding, extend the product's durability and add a cushion effect.