stress lines

stress lines

[′stres ‚līnz]
(mechanics)
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We then identify the rectification spots and check the land for geopathic stress lines or the distortion of the earth's natural electromagnetic field," Pooja elaborates.
"An insured journey, certainly aids in smoothing stress lines and assures relaxed travel.
Stress lines across his forehead may be an indication as to the worry of what Jordyn will reveal, when she sits across the infamous red table, in the latest of Jada'sFacebookWatch talk shows.
The Turbo 54 handles material as large as 2 inches (5cm) and uses centrifugal force with stationary anvils to crush it along natural stress lines into a uniform, cubical, high-quality product.
Most test circuits could tolerate a one-time bend of 45[degrees] with no more than some visual stress lines showing on the gold surface.
Perfect for more mature complexions, it firms, smooths stress lines, and boosts radiance.
New standards for higher stress lines: The NPRM proposes to regulate Class 1 gas gathering lines with an MAOP that produces a hoop stress of 20% or more of SMYS for metallic lines, or more than 125 psig for non-metallic lines, and that are at least 8 inches in outside diameter.
where [[epsilon].sub.0j] is maximum amplitude of proportional deformation in the test conditions at the beginning of the measurement, [a.sub.j], b are parameters measured during the fatigue tests being the stress lines coefficient in the range of N, and N is the number ofload repetitions.
As the digital crystal ball discloses stress lines across the whole spectrum of corporate operations, it's the seamless corporate cultures that will best weather the inevitable storms ahead, "managing" risk in the fullest sense of the word.
There were stress lines in sixteenth-century sensing, but these were not new.