grinding stress

grinding stress

[′grīn·diŋ ‚stres]
(mechanics)
Residual tensile or compressive stress, or a combination of both, on the surface of a material due to grinding.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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GRINDING Stress can lead to excessive teeth grinding and jaw clenching which can result in broken teeth, premature tooth wear, headaches, plus neck and jaw ache.
They are the sources of the undue, unremitting, and grinding stress.
Stress can turn its ugly head your way due to a number of factors, but the health risks rise when the level of intensity increases when its not only about the daily stress of rushing to meet deadlines or arranging meetings with your child's principle, but one that turns into the grinding stress that wears you away - day after day, year after year.
That's the most debilitating kind -- chronic, unrelenting, grinding stress. Every time people encounter a stressful event, there's a jump in their stress responses.
It's kind of like this constant, grinding stress of something ready to go wrong at any second.
The American Psychological Association describes this kind of stress as the "grinding stress that wears people away day after day, year after year.
The superbrasive can prevent burning, cracking, grinding stress, and problems with wringing.
Some of them fall not in combat but by their own hands, victims of the grinding stresses of war.
Sometimes, it's necessary to calculate grinding stresses in the part to know where it must be supported, but Subbu's group has ground cantilevered surfaces without worry about breakage, or calculations.