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Synonyms for elastic

Synonyms for elastic

capable of withstanding stress without injury

capable of adapting or being adapted

Synonyms for elastic

a narrow band of elastic rubber used to hold things (such as papers) together

a fabric made of yarns containing an elastic material

capable of resuming original shape after stretching or compression

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able to adjust readily to different conditions

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The volume of the material of the joined plates that is elastically deformed is represented for the isochromatic pattern having the fringe order N = 1 in Fig.
4, a the end point A was moved vertically downwards deforming the system elements elastically and allowing the points B of the half tube contour to move freely in horizontal direction (Fig.
c] [less than or equal to] [Alpha] [less than or equal to] 1, we would like to derive formulae for the weight fractions of material that are soluble, pendant, and elastically effective (wfs, wfp, and wfe, respectively).
Vitria OI 4 is the only elastically scalable Operational Intelligence platform that can effectively address continuous, real-time Big Data challenges of any size.
NIST has advanced the technology both experimentally and theoretically by dealing with elastically anisotropic materials at frequencies approaching 500 MHz and by developing a Greens function formalism that speeds up and simplifies the deduction of elastic properties from surface wave velocity measurements.
The characteristic dimension of a decoupled explosion, on the other hand, is typically much shorter; a cavity designed to decouple a 1 KT explosion would have walls that move elastically, without deforming, at only 25 meters from the explosion.
With the new data center, customers' application logic now scales elastically and effortlessly across Mirror Image data centers located throughout North America, South America, Europe and Asia.
21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Introduction Stretchable electronics concerns electrical and electronic circuits and combinations of these that are elastically or inelastically stretchable by more than a few percent while retaining function.
Due to the highly seasonal nature of the data return, we anticipate that the service would benefit from an architecture that could elastically scale, in order to meet both the seasonal demand and as a way to control hardware costs.
An elastically stretchable laminate comprising a first non-elastic nonwoven web, a second non-elastic nonwoven web and an elastic film between the first and the second nonwoven webs wherein the laminate has been rendered elastic in a first direction by incremental stretching and partial tearing of the first and second nonwoven webs, wherein the laminate further comprises a reinforcement layer arranged between the first and second non-elastic nonwoven webs and comprising unbroken reinforcement fibres or filaments extending in a second direction, generally perpendicular to the first direction.
elastically scaled on demand and right-sized to suit each application in the
Vitria OI 4 is the only elastically scalable Operational Intelligence (OI) platform that can effectively address continuous, real-time Big Data challenges of any size.
Before reaching the yield point a material will deform elastically but returns to its original shape when stress is removed.
One thing I found interesting was the way in which people use their space elastically.
If the ring is considered an axial elastically element, the formula (8) is applied