energy absorption


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energy absorption

[′en·ər·jē ab‚sȯrp·shən]
(physics)
Conversion of mechanical or radiant energy into the internal potential energy or heat energy of a system.
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Based on their experimental examination, numerical simulation and analytical models, a systemic approach was developed to partition the energy absorption quantitatively into the foam filler component and the hat section component, and the relative contribution of each component to the overall interaction effect was therefore evaluated.
The bumper's crash management system is composed of six welded parts, and its innovative crash boxes use tailored extrusions to provide high energy absorption and light-weighting.
This version provides an industrial damper for employment under constant load, with high energy absorption in a compact package, suitable for insertion within a pneumatic pressure chamber;
The study made use of statistically designed experiments, using the Taguchi approach, to obtain a broad knowledge of the energy absorption potential of typical plastic bottles.
Oleo International, which employs about 120 people, manufactures energy absorption devices such as buffer systems for trains and elevators.
It has very high compressive strength and energy absorption properties and targets myriad uses.
In the third sub-study, investigators reported that with a constant dietary intake, 24 weeks of teduglutide treatment significantly increased energy absorption in PN-dependent SBS patients.
At TOC Europe, Oleo International, UK energy absorption expert was present this year to formally set up its new, low-energy buffers and this has been intended to provide a new gas-hydraulics solution for applications requiring low energy absorption capabilities, including steel mills, process cranes and small overhead cranes.
The studies have been on the deformation and collapse patterns that quantify energy absorption capability for a particular application.
A good crashworthiness design requires that the energy absorption should occur in a controlled load levels because the maximum force level was associated with safety.
The IM10R Impact Test System is in use at the Nagoya site of Tokai Rubber Industries, a principal supplier to Toyota, with the primary aim of understanding and developing the impact and energy absorption characteristics of materials used on vehicles for pedestrian safety applications.
The Dynatup 9250 is designed to measure energy absorption and related impact properties of polymers, metals, composites and resulting final components.

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