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Synonyms for deformation

Synonyms for deformation

a change for the worse

alteration in the shape or dimensions of an object as a result of the application of stress to it

the act of twisting or deforming the shape of something (e


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Because of the increase in temperature, the material thermal motion becomes severe, the distance between internal atoms increases, mutual attraction is reduced, and plastic deformation is more likely to occur.
Each experiment was followed by measurements of the permanent plastic deformations in the tested system components fabricated of upper and lower armoured plates.
Guided by similar models, contact problem is solved by using computer by numerical methods simultaneously with evaluation zones of contact interaction with the elastic and plastic deformation.
Theories on contact mechanics have been applied with success to the study of elastic properties of the samples studied with AFM, though, studies hold only to momentary deformations introduced by the tip in the scanning process, without mentioning the plastic deformations caused by nanoindentations with tapping mode.
The irreversibility of plastic deformation is represented by energy dissipative motion of the charge, which causes the plastic wave to decay.
The trigger event of plastic deformation as a residual shearing deformation is determined by the relationship: [sigma] = [[sigma].
During ECAP, grains are refined due to the high plastic deformation they are subjected to in each pass.
It should be noted that the influence of bars under compression on the development of plastic deformations of a truss in the shakedown process cannot be interpreted in the same way as the influence of those under tension (by a formal explanation of a yield condition satisfied as a strict equality).
In the surroundings apart from the striker's end where the plastic deformation is suppressed by friction, the striker's displacement increases, the orientation of the sheet grows, the thickness is reduced, and the load force decreases (Fig.
The problem arises from the fact that amongst the crack signals, there also exist signals due to plastic deformation and mechanical noise.
The cutting tool technology is designed for resistance to cratering, flank wear and plastic deformation, reducing machining times, and ensuring higher process reliability.
8, 2011), "Method for Plastic Deformation of Polymers by Hectromagnetic Radiation," Johannes Schroeter and Florian Felix (Germany).
Ticona claims the benefits of using Celstran PP LFT in a chair include the material's little tendency to creep, its high impact strength, enhanced notch toughness, excellent tensile strength and elongation as well as its plastic deformation response to overloading, which prevents the chair from collapsing suddenly.
The measured results of a plastic deformation distribution from tensile test of necked specimens show the deformation history is linear to the limit values described by FLC (Fig.
In this respect, is necessary to realize a deep study of traces of deformation tensor in function of the stress tensor corresponding of plastic deformation and use a functional of energy that measures this recover energy due the nano-crystals.