deflection


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Synonyms for deflection

Synonyms for deflection

a twist or aberration

the amount by which a propagating wave is bent

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the movement of the pointer or pen of a measuring instrument from its zero position

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the property of being bent or deflected

a turning aside (of your course or attention or concern)

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Calculation of deformations of perforated beams deflections with the theory of composed bars was modified by author with integration of differential equation in Fourier series [6].
The results of analyses carried out for the final stage of excavation are presented in terms of wall deflection in Fig.
The model developed by MIT estimates deflection based on a pavements materials and structure.
Then the deflection module calculates the displacement of the heavy tools installed on the arm of the robot.
The ability of buried flexible pipe to support vertical loads is based on support from the soil around the pipe and the restraining force induced on the sides of the pipe counter to the horizontal deflection.
Accordingly, deflection control, rather than die swell, is the factor that determines the gluing mechanism of bicomponent hollow fibers.
It is seen that the maximum principal tensile stress, downward deflection and reinforcement decrease with d.
5 ft-lbs/inch, and heat deflection temperature of 230 [degrees]F (110[degrees]C).
During loading the vertical midspan deflection was measured by using dial gauge (0.
But the visitors drew level with a powerplay goal scored by Tom Ledgard via a huge deflection on its way into the Whitley goal, and Ledgard received exactly the same stroke of fortune session to put the Blaze ahead.
To solve this problem, FHWA researchers developed the rolling wheel deflectometer (RWD), which can perform structural evaluations by collecting continuous profiles of pavement deflection while traveling at normal highway speeds.
The effects of membrane deflection due to pressure differential across the membrane and pre-slack or pre-stress are superimposed or added to give a total deflection.