harshness


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the fact or condition of being rigorous and unsparing

Synonyms for harshness

the roughness of a substance that causes abrasions

the quality of being unpleasant (harsh or rough or grating) to the senses

the quality of being cruel and causing tension or annoyance

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It is relatively easy and cost effective to change the compliance of the damper top mounts compared with changing the characteristics of other suspension components to improve the vehicle ride comfort and harshness performance [16], [17], [13], [14].
They can be used in any application that could benefit from sound management and reduced noise, vibration and harshness. These include commercial transportation (marine, rail, bus); agriculture and construction equipment; appliances (washing machine, dishwasher, air conditioner); and infrastructure (roof, floor, wall, duct, service conduit).
The impact harshness performance of a vehicle is as important as the ride comfort and handling.
Erdoy-an's harshness gained broad support from the public and was viewed as him having "firm and determined stance."
Betafoam is typically used to seal vehicle cavities to provide advantages in managing noise, vibration and harshness and offers improved acoustical performance of one to five decibels.
We evaluated eight voice parameters: basal voice frequency at the glottic level (F0), jitter, shimmer, breathiness, harshness, hoarseness, normalized noise energy (NNE), and S/Z ratio.
Explains Jianmin Guan, Altair's senior program manager for noise, vibration, and harshness, "NVH Director simplifies full-vehicle simulation.
Nooooo!" - wildlife series continues to offer more stunning yet brutal insights into the harshness of life and death in the coldest reaches of the world.
I get great inspiration when I look at pictures of Shaikh Zayed or Shaikh Rashid, who experienced nature and learnt about the harshness of life, I also want to feel that harshness and learn about life," Bin Theniyah said.
The ratings reflect the firm's strong market position in the Noise, Vibration and Harshness products as well as its ongoing efforts to diversify its business profile and customer base.
This close-knit group of men shared a passion for self-improvement and through art found a way to express themselves, the harshness and sheer physicality of their lives underground portrayed in often powerful style.
Crossing our fingers, waiting for growth and hoping it will go away is simply not an answer" The Prime Minister on the country's economic problems "Our collective memory of difficult budget decisions harks back to the 1980s, the harshness of the 1980s, north-south divide, sink-or-swim economics.
I'M looking for an everyday cutlery set that's dishwasher proof, doesn't need polishing and will stand up to the harshness of a hard water area without needing to be polished.
THE mother and stepfather of a seven-year-old girl who starved to death were jailed for her manslaughter yesterday by a judge who branded their treatment of the child "chilling in its harshness and cruelty".
THE mother and stepfather of a seven-year-old girl who starved to death were jailed for her manslaughter by a judge who branded their treatment of the child "chilling in its harshness and cruelty".