state of stress

state of stress

[′stāt əv ′stres]
(mechanics)
A complete description, including the six components of stress, of a homogeneously stressed volume.
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Being in a state of stress, with adrenaline and cortisol flowing through the body, creates inflammation.
And that all depends on the state of stress on those other faults, and it's hard to know the state of stress in enough detail to foresee what kind of earthquake, if any, could be triggered.
The current state of stress and recovery of athletes (psychological stress) was assessed by the Stress and Recovery Questionnaire for athletes (RESTQ-76 Sport), proposed by Kellmann et al.
We deeply regret this state of stress, conflict, rallies and transgressions," he said, noting that dangers of attempted assassinations and cutting off roads which were a byproduct of the spread of illegal arms.
It is known that when a person is in a state of stress, threat or emotional distress, the body releases a series of hormones such as cortisol, known as the "stress hormone".
The two-dimensional (2D) model with a crack was formed with the help of programmable system ANSYS, because, it allows to show plane state of stress and plane state of strain in the model (Fig.
The state of stress has been determined with photoelasticity method.
A few years ago, the deaths of several loved ones put Silverander in a state of stress.
It's important to let your feet spread out, not to tense them and be in a constant state of stress.
The power supply is so ancient that is regularly fails leaving already distressed mourners is a further state of stress and anxiety.
The High Court in Edinburgh heard that Law, who was being prescribed methadone, had not taken the drug on the morning of the attack andwas in 'a state of stress.
Estimation the state of stress in the rock mass subjected to mining may be useful for recognition the origin of the seismic activity (Dubinski and Stec, 1996).

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