total displacement

total displacement

[′tōd·əl di′splās·mənt]
(civil engineering)
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All relationships between the shell and byssus size versus total distance traveled and total displacement were determined as previously described in Vasquez et al.
The East Asian region is most prone to natural disasters and accounted for 46 per cent of the total displacement.
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specimen J4 [14], the model predicts 46% on average for contribution of shear displacement to the total displacement while the experimental results show 48% on average contribution of shear displacement to total displacement.
The metalens can be tuned by controlling both the position of the pillars in relation to their neighbors and the total displacement of the structures.
To further study the actual slip condition of the surface soil on the slope, the displacement value of the displacement metre in two directions is processed to obtain the total displacement value (Figure 7) and the total slip rate (Figure 8) of each measuring point.
The TFPB properties are listed in Table 2 and the total displacement limit for MCE level is 0.762 m, which is the sum of all partial displacement limits.
The indentation depth on total displacement is negligible.
Also can obtain the results of the summation of total displacement as shown in figure (11), superelastic behavior presented loading and unloading as shown in figure (12).
Figure 11 depicts the total displacement at node 21 of the rotor-bearing system when the radial clearance is 0.08 mm for the squeeze film damper.
The Chaman strike-slip fault system lies between the Indian and Afghan continental blocks that may have been active since around 25 Ma and has an estimated total displacement of 460 +- 10 km along its -900 km length.
As per the Road Vehicle Act of Japan, the Class-1 category is defined as the 'vehicles equipped with two or more wheels and an engine with total displacement of 50cc or less or an electric motor with rated output of 0.60 kW (0.80bhp) or less.

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