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Stresses

Forces on a member caused by loads; consisting of torsion or twisting, compression or pushing, tension or pulling, and shear or cutting.
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A few scientists, on both sides of the Atlantic, continued to use breakdown to heighten their defense of psychology as science, testing nervous stresses in terms of cellular damage in a machine-like human animal.
The emotional demands result from the combination of high expectations and chronic situational stresses. Individuals at greatest risk are those who enter their professions with a high level of motivation and Idealism, and who select their work because It is a calling," expecting it to provide a sense of meaning to their life.
2 and variation of the stresses [[sigma].sub.x] and [[sigma].sub.y] along the scanned line.
Components can be measured after heat treatment to ensure that the treatment effectively reduces the residual stresses. The residual stress measurement also can be used to eliminate problems, such as the distortion of parts during machining, which often is caused by redistribution of the residual stresses in the component after material removal or introduction of residual stresses by the machining process.
The primary causal elements include the metallurgy of stainless steel, the presence of chlorine in the water used in the cooling lines of the mold, and the stresses on the tool during molding.
Radial stresses, or contact pressures, are shown on figures 5 and 6 for selected time increments under LMC.
This test facility can apply a combination of axial load, differential pressure (inside and outside pressures) and torsion, and is capable of generating all principal stress and strain ratios, as well as change in the direction of the applied principal stresses and strains.
The authors concluded that leisure physical activity is a reliable buffer to stress by providing "time out" from the pressures and stresses of life.
People who feel unable to deal with life's stresses display an exaggerated immune reaction that may intensify their sneezing, coughing, and other physical symptoms once they've contracted a common virus, a new study suggests.
First, there are normative transitions, such as those stresses associated with the Launching stage of the family life cycle.
Y's psychotherapy was extremely useful in managing the stresses of her life.
At the same time, counselors sometimes do not understand police work, nor can they easily grasp the daily stresses faced by officers.