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bend

(bend) a flexure or curve; a flexed or curved part.
varolian bend  the third cerebral flexure in the developing fetus.
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Bend restrictors are designed to ensure the manufacturer's recommended minimum bend radius is not infringed during the life of the project.
The iPhone In Canada blog pointed out that the problem goes back in 2012 when bend tests showed the iPhone 5 had the same weakness.
Bend diameter was controlled by placing the pipe close to the blocks initially, then moving the pipe away from the oak blocks to maintain the desired bend diameter.
4] + p - radial compressive stress in bend from punch increased by rubber pressure p compared to conventional bending, [[sigma].
The general assessment consisted of a visual examination of each bent-wood specimen, a description of the general level of wood failure, and ranking of the specimens according to the following levels: 1 = perfect bend, no final preparation or little sanding needed; 2 = very good bend, sanding needed or small amount of machining; 3 = decent bend, machining needed; 4 = just satisfactory bend, fairly large failure, but can be mostly removed by machining; and 5 = failed bend, very large failure with no chance of recovery.
defense - Lineman: Mike Althof, Brookings; Cody Walton, Douglas; Mark Parmarlee, Brookings; Justin Tobey, North Bend.
Typically a designer wants to make sure that puckering is not dropping that bend radius, and becoming a limiter.
Permanent bend flex tails or tails with a sharp bend near the rigid part should be secured with adhesive.
90 in his first full year of pro ball at Single-A South Bend (Ind.
While you straighten one pin, you'll bend or break others.
It is her right to feel any way she chooses, but it is too bad she has not taken a little time to learn the truth about us, our quilts, and Gee's Bend.
Think of each bend as one that opens or closes as you approach.