internal force


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internal force

[in′tərn·əl ′fōrs]
(mechanics)
A force exerted by one part of a system on another.
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The latter is particularly acute--how do you attempt external renewal when you see yourself as the state and no other Internal force has the legitimacy to take power, having not fought the liberation war or delivered majority rule?
If an internal standard for excellence makes solid performance necessary, then the internal force of curiosity makes it enjoyable.
The investigation into the alleged affair is examining any "consequences or otherwise" on internal force matters, a force spokesman said.
The underground structure of tunnel lining locates in the enclosure space; the security problem and the precise evaluation of the dynamic response to the blasting or impact loading becomes an important engineering issue and there is a need to give mathematical model and solution of internal force [1-6].
BEIRUT, April 10 (KUNA) -- The Internal Force has napped a leading militiaman, notorious for attacking the army, the squad said in a statement Friday.
The civil engineering textbook analyzes internal force distributions in statically determinate beams, trusses, cables, and arches, and the stresses produced by the bending, shear, and torsion of beams within a structure.
And Nina Vaca, perhaps one of the best things that have ever happened to the chamber, is a brilliant woman, with an incredible internal force and energy, whose own personal story is also full of lessons.
Is there a sufficiently strong internal force to help bring the various Yemeni war-lords and warring factions together?
It was observed that, for the majority of the components, the most prominent internal force is the axial force, eventually combined with moderate bending moments and shear forces.
Iran's strength is also due to the fact that it has become and internal force in a number of countries.