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a compressing of something

Synonyms for compression

an increase in the density of something

the process or result of becoming smaller or pressed together

encoding information while reducing the bandwidth or bits required

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When the Load presses down on the volunteer, they exert a contact force [F.
The common logarithm of the contact force magnitude is on the z-axis.
At each timestep of the simulation the angle of attack, the roll angle, the lateral creep force, the normal contact force, and the contact angle are passed from the MBS to Matlab.
The final term accounts for external contact forces acting on the robot, where J, and [f.
The paper uses the inverse method to identify the wheel-rail contact force of the vehicle in high-speed running condition, and thus provide the necessary reference for safe running.
The trial demonstrated for the first time that it is the consistent and stable application of contact force on the heart wall that positively impacts the efficacy of the procedure in this patient population.
Depending on the type, the CCM03 Series features an insulated normally open (NO) card detection switch or increased contact forces for maximum vibration resistance.
During cardiac ablation, the THERMOCOOL(R) SMARTTOUCH(TM) Catheter enables the measurement of catheter tip contact force and direction inside the heart.
6, the maximum of the von-Mises stress at the position of the crack within the pencil lead is shown together with the calculated contact force and surface displacement of the test block at the position of the lead tip.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Force Traffic at Aston on 0345 113 5000 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
1] is the mass of the impactor, F(t) contact force.
Proportional pressure regulators are extensively in the process and industrial automation industries, such as controlling the contact force in polishing and friction welding, providing active load cushioning and weight compensation, and controlling the speed of pneumatic motors.
In this paper, the contact force is calculated using an efficient approach.
This trajectory is the base path that the robot will follow while maintaining a constant contact force.
Algebraic nature of this method makes the mathematical development easy and accessible to most engineers, but this approach is unable to predict the contact force between the bodies or stress in them [4].