effective damage


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effective damage

That damage necessary to render a target element inoperative, unserviceable, nonproductive, or uninhabitable.
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The paper proposed an effective damage identification method based on the multiscale measurements from strain sensors and accelerometers using artificial neural networks.
For the thin P/E876 tie-layers, the effective damage zone length was measured by subtracting the voided length from the total damage zone length as was done with the P/E859 tie-layers.
Sian Howys, the national children's research and campaigns co-ordinator for Welsh Women's Aid, called for effective damage limitation networks to help children put such experiences behind them.
It chillingly confirmed to him the claims by his former spy chief that Moscow had agents "in such high pl aces" that they could run effective damage control and limit investigations to protect their own.
An automatic crisis management program can mean survival to some companies and effective damage control to others.
Submarines with effective damage control programs provide adequate command level support for the DCPO.
* Fund, in partnership with others, research into methods of control and forestry techniques that offer effective damage control and management.
The CGA, you'll recall, is a member-driven association dedicated to ensuring public safety, environmental protection and the integrity of services by promoting effective damage prevention practices.
Effective damage prevention and good management of buried utilities require attention to a number of details, including evolving regulations, infrastructure changes, intentional planning and adaptation/utilization of new technologies.

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