differential stress

differential stress

[‚dif·ə′ren·chəl ′stres]
(geology)
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The larger the degree of bend, the greater the differential stress from inside radius to outside radius.
The results for the differential stress, the critical strain, and the residual stress were fitted with functions with high correlation coefficients.
Critical differential stress: the dependence between the confining pressure (0-40 MPa) and the critical differential stress (Figs.
Starvation differentially protects normal cells but not cancer cells against oxidative stress and chemotherapy drugs, this phenomenon is termed differential stress resistance (DSR).
40) Hence, these nutrient signaling pathways are basic key regulators of starvation induced differential stress resistance in normal and cancer cells.
3a the differential stress is plotted against axial strain up until just before final failure.
Longo coined the term differential stress resistance (DSR) to describe the ability of STS to trigger protective reactions in healthy cells but not in cancer cells.
1/2]/W), since it can detect bending due to differential stress in each actuator (microcantiliever) at subnanometer levels.
The MC gradients cause differential stress inside the kernel, which, if sufficiently large, causes the kernel to fissure.
As indicated earlier, the differential stress level may be related to the different job demands on the two groups.
If a highly sintered/fused encapsulation zone is to be formed around the channel and kept in tact, differential stress must be kept to a minimum.
Although controlling the rate of heat-up at lower temperatures has some value in uniformity, differential stress control, etc.

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