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Synonyms for compress

Synonyms for compress

to subject to compression

to reduce in size, as by drawing together

Synonyms for compress

a cloth pad or dressing (with or without medication) applied firmly to some part of the body (to relieve discomfort or reduce fever)

make more compact by or as if by pressing

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However, exceeding the replacement level beyond 25% has a negative effect on the compressive strength.
He presented the concept of split bars to determine dynamic compressive stress-strain behavior of different materials and for one-dimensional pressure bar data analysis.
For the autoclave curing, all mixtures containing ground DS displayed compressive strength higher than CTRL mixture (Fig.
The conventional grouts shrank more, had only modestly higher compressive and bond strengths, cracked earlier, and cost substantially more.
In 85% of the participants, researchers found the compressive forces behind the knee cap are higher in forward running than when running backwards.
The aim of the experiment described in this paper is to predict UHPC freeze-thaw resistance and to determine the change in compressive strength of concrete subjected to recurrent freeze-thaw cycles and also to perform interim concrete quality control by applying ultrasonic and dynamic modulus of elasticity methods.
The some characteristics of this compressive reinforced PVA-H have been already evaluated by XRD and some mechanical tests (tensile tests) before this study.
An intervention like compression may not affect them, especially a commercially available grade of compression that is slightly more compressive than a sock," Laymon said.
Taking into account, the specificity of rock compressive testing the authors have developed a new approach of uncertainty estimation based on the following hypotheses:
The program consisted determination of initial apparent porosity and sorptivity prior to exposure in acid media and relating them to weight changes and residual compressive strength after exposure to Nitric acid solution for 24 weeks.
While it is widely accepted that maintaining a compressive stress at this interface can positively impact copper electromigration and film stack reliability, exposing some dielectric films to UV radiation can shift the stress in the film from compressive to tensile, which will negatively affect device performance.
150 mm cubes were used for determining the compressive strength of steel fibre reinforced concrete.
The deformations of the wood specimens in the early stages of the compressive deformation were closely analyzed, and the removal of water from wet specimens during compressive deformation (compression drying) was examined.