operating stress

operating stress

[′äp·ə‚rād·iŋ ‚stres]
(mechanics)
The stress to which a structural unit is subjected in service.
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The ratio of the relevant characteristics of strength and work stress which shows how many times the relevant characteristics of the strength is greater than the operating stress c is called a degree of safety.
A non-suspended, elevated-sprocket undercarriage provides ample track-on-ground for added stability, and the new models' massive mainframes and main cases resist operating stress.
One option is to conduct a hydrostatic pressure test to levels well above the operating stress or pressure level to establish whether a defect condition could impair the immediate integrity of a pipeline (allowing defects much smaller than would be critical at operating conditions to remain after a test).
Consequently, the uniformity of the operating stress experienced in the melt mixing section was higher with BMS than FKD and the fraction subjected to insufficient kneading action is thought to be lower.
The chief of the SSM will be tasked with operating stress tests for banks and developing a new supervisory manual.
The new K-Series loaders also incorporate an electronic snubbing feature at end-stroke and kick-out positions to reduce operating stress.
research carried out regardless of the level of operating stress amplitude, while it is known (Collins 1993) that different levels of operating stress amplitude correspond to the different laws of damage accumulation.
The accuracy of the analysis stresses and the relationship of the analysis stresses to likely actual operating stress levels;
STRONG ENROLLMENT AND DEMAND: OU is a state co-flagship university with solid student demand, growing enrollment and strong fundraising that support the current rating despite near-term operating stress.
We are using the term "design life" to mean the minimum desired time that the assembly will last at its maximum operating stress and average annual operating temperature based on just the internal pressure.
The methodology we used for forecasting long-term aging shows that performance is a function of the water quality, water temperature and operating stress, all of which will vary by utility," stated Ken Oliphant, PhD, P.
Ford will remain under severe operating stress through at least 2009 due to continued growth in unemployment, weak consumer confidence and the impact of the credit crisis on consumers and the capital markets, Fitch said.
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