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Synonyms for cyclic

happening or appearing at regular intervals

Synonyms for cyclic

conforming to the Carnot cycle

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forming a whorl or having parts arranged in a whorl

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of a compound having atoms arranged in a ring structure

recurring in cycles

marked by repeated cycles

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To simulate a worst case clinical condition in which the humeral head is superiorly migrated, we applied a cyclic load to the superior rim of each glenoid component inducing a maximum torque on the fixation pegs for each of the following three cyclic loading tests: 1.
The report then analyzes the upstream raw materials, downstream market, and current market dynamics of Cyclic Olefin Copolymer (COC) Industry.
Focusing on moment resisting frames (MRF), experimental cyclic tests have been widely used to investigate the dissipative capacities of traditional bolted or welded moment connections.
Analyses showed that women's probability of still taking their pills at 12 months was 78% in the continuous regimen group and 72% in the cyclic regimen group, a nonsignificant difference.
The objective of this study is twofold: (i) To report experimental data on isotactic polypropylene in uniaxial tensile cyclic tests (oscillations between maximum and minimum strains with various strain rates) and to discuss characteristic features of these observations.
During cyclic loading, fatigue failure can occur, and for mechanical design the determination of the fatigue life under an applied load is desired.
The methodology presented was based on an extensive database of case histories of sites where evidence of cyclic liquefaction has been reported following a major earthquake.
Cyclic instability of welded joint materials, obtained by the same methods and testing equipment, was evaluated according to mechanical properties in this work for 227 structural materials.
Key words: Cyclic thrombocytopenia, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, hepatitis B, case report
A sampling of topics covered in the 12 chapters: microstructural variables on the hot workability of DSSs, corrosion-resistance properties and in-service properties of standard and newly developed duplex grades, the effect of thermal histories induced by welding processes on the austenitic-ferritic microstructure and the secondary-phase precipitations, thermal embrittlement of cast DSSs, and the cyclic plastic behavior and the dislocation structure evolution of DSSs tested under cyclic uniaxial and multiaxial cyclic loading at room temperature.
The present invention provides a material comprising a polyrotaxane and a polymer, wherein the polyrotaxane comprises a cyclic molecule, a linear molecule which is included in cavities of the cyclic molecules in a skewered manner, and a capping group which is located at each end of the linear molecule to prevent the dissociation of the cyclic molecules, and the polyrotaxane is bound to a part of or all of the polymer through the cyclic molecule.
Bishai and colleagues investigated an enzyme needed to make cyclic AMR a master regulator of many cell functions.
CH(R1)(COOR2) where R1 is H or CH3 and R2 is a linear, branched or cyclic alkyl chain having 1 to 20 carbon atoms, wherein the first layer does not comprise chalk.
To improve our understanding of localized density effects in wood-based panels on the holding capacities of fasteners commonly used in furniture, a comprehensive study was conducted using static and cyclic tests of withdrawal and head pull-through of screws and staples and lateral resistance of screws in oriented strandboard (OSB), medium density fiberboard (MDF), and particleboard.
In the 2-year study of 217 patients, two groups got either cyclic or continuous oral contraceptives after laparoscopic cystectomy, and one group went untreated.