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bending

deforming force, which imposes tension on the outer curve and compression on the inner curve of a cylindrical body
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Business Insider added that doing a bend test on a gadget store without seeking permission from sales staff may be a costly way of proving or disproving the bend test because if one is successful in bending the iPhone 6, he also has to pay for the unit.
But the author warns that cold bending may break the bar, especially if ambient temperatures are low, and recommends preheating to 1,100 to 1,200 F before bending.
One of bending methods is also bending by elastic tool using rubber and polyurethane.
Overall, the results of the study on the bending performance capabilities of plantation and regrowth Australian timbers showed several differences compared with the literature data relating to the bending abilities of the relevant old growth timbers.
Rather than bending a spaghetti rod until it broke, they reasoned they could simply pretend that their bent spaghetti rod was the remainder of a hypothetical longer strand that had just snapped and hadn't yet straightened out.
The first position (or "asana" as the postures are called in yoga's original language Sanskrit) recommended here for gardeners is really any back bending position, which is the complementary position for bending froward, thus the antidote for excessive forward bending.
As you breathe out, raise the weights by bending one arm only at the elbow.
Press brake manufacturers have wrestled with various approaches to producing accurate angles during the bending operation.
At times, pain, bending, and emotional distress prohibit sexual intercourse.
Those at greatest risk for back pain are individuals whose jobs require frequent bending and lifting.
Corning Cable Systems Pretium Low-loss OM3 Jumpers with ultra-bend performance can greatly reduce outages and degradation in systems caused by severe bending problems.