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relating to fluids at rest or to the pressures they exert or transmit

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With the analytical model of friction coefficient determining, it is in the function of next dimensions: workpiece material, workpiece wall thickness, fluid pressure and deformation ratio.
14, along with the fluid pressure at the current bubble location, the updated internal bubble pressure can be computed.
In short, gland overfill has the appearance of an o-ring that has extruded in both directions (extrusion caused by fluid pressure happens only on the low-pressure side of the o-ring).
Radial stresses are also depends up on process parameters, yield stress of alloys and fluid pressure.
It is described as an intrinsically safe closure because it uses the fluid pressure in the pipeline or vessel to secure the door of the hub.
A decrease in cerebrospinal fluid pressure may result in an endolymphatic hydrops through a patent cochlear aqueduct or through the fundus of the internal auditory canal.
Many disc injuries occur in the morning when there is increased fluid pressure in the disc.
Fluid pressure increase in the stamping unit gives additional changes to the strained state of the billet.
The disease causes blindness from a buildup of fluid pressure in the interior chamber of the eye, killing fibers in the optic nerve.
Glaucoma patients typically have abnormal fluid pressure within the eye, but it remains unknown how this stress kills the nerve cells at the back of the retina.
Hayashida said future research will focus on whether the valves can resist the fluid pressure encountered by native heart valves without degradation and the valves' potential for growth, self-repair and regeneration when implanted in the body.
is a specialist in close-tolerance forming of printed film using hydroforming, a technology utilizing fluid pressure behind a diaphragm to force heated film into a mold.
The Comet 3-B includes an air motor, "B" fluid section with all stainless steel wetted components, fluid pressure relief valve, an AA-1500 or Airless 1 spray gun, a siphon kit, and air hoses.
The other two hospitalizations were in a 16-year-old patient with benign intracranial hypertension, an increase in cerebrospinal fluid pressure, and a visual field defect; and in a 14-year-old patient who had cerebral thrombosis and headache.