toughness


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enduring strength and energy

the property of being big and strong

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the elasticity and hardness of a metal object

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impressive difficulty

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Fracture toughness measurements using different fracture mechanics approaches and the identification of crack propagation mechanisms have been investigated by previous researchers [13-29], both for PP and PE, with the research focusing on injection or other molding processes.
When I think about fatherhood and all of the various things I need to teach you, I think of my example, your Grandpa Dave, and two virtues most important to him: faith and toughness.
126athletes (female and male) from (soccer, basketball, volleyball, athletics, swimming) to validity and reliability of Sport Mental Toughness Questionnaire" (SMTQ-14)
With some expert coaching in mental toughness he soon had a complete change of attitude and found it much easier doing the 'hard yards' needed to achieve his business goals and make a success of his business.
Relatively few studies have evaluated the efficacy of psychological interventions aimed specifically at the development of mental toughness among athletes.
Nevertheless, the mental toughness (MT) study describes the personality of athletes whose drive motivates them relentlessly towards success and promotes thriving in tournaments or training environments (16-18).
The high volume fraction of hard and consecutive eutectic chromium carbides results in a fatal defect of low impact toughness [7].
Mental toughness has been recognized as an important psychological characteristic and both coaches and athletes have attributed competitive success to mental toughness, and negative outcomes to the lack of it (Goldberg, 1998; Gould, Hodge, Peterson & PetlichkofF, 1987; Hodge, 1994; Tunney, 1987).
Thin Films and Coatings: Toughening and Toughness Characterization
TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers from Iran University of Science and Technology in association with researchers from EPFL University in Switzerland and University of Stockholm, Sweden, used nanotechnology to increase fracture toughness of ceramic bodies up to three times.
Muscat: In view of the modern day challenges, developing mental toughness is very important for wellbeing, improving performance and positive behaviour, Doug Strycharczyk, chief executive officer of AQR, said on Tuesday.
Warren M Garrison Jr, a professor of materials science and engineering at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), has developed a new ultra-strength steel of high fracture toughness that is significantly less expensive to manufacture than existing products.
The study of rock fracture toughness is one of the current frequent directions of research in the area of rock failure.
Sheard, a consultant in sport and exercise psychology, reveals latest research on the concept of mental toughness both as a personality style and as a mindset, and explains how it is defined and measured and how it can be developed in athletes.
1) utilizes small samples for fracture toughness testing of bone.