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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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Abstract: The paper is focused on theoretical analysis of bending process using elastic die.
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.
Valeo's Bending Light system is an intelligent headlight system that significantly improves the illumination of road curves and intersections by automatic directional control of the vehicle's headlamp beams that "turns light into road bends" to optimize forward night-time visibility.
Shaw's President and Chief Executive Officer, commented, "The expansion of this contract is evidence of continued strong demand in the domestic markets we serve, as well as the competitive advantage realized when utilizing advanced pipe bending technology in the fabrication process.
Robert Aafjes, Vekamaf's President, commented, "Joining forces with Shaw is part of our strategy to promote our pipe bending technology more aggressively on a worldwide basis.
Shaw's President and Chief Executive Officer, stated, "The purchase of these three pipe bending machines reflects our commitment to increasing the capabilities and efficiencies of our production processes by offering recent technological advances in our industry.
The high performance of the Bending Light module is achieved by lighting control electronics with a specific algorithm to process steering wheel angle and vehicle speed data.
Patented single lever control of the bending section is the most important design feature of Flex-X, providing surgeons with intuitive navigation and operational control.
The arm, reminiscent of an elephant's trunk, is made of partly corrugated polyurethane tubes that work as half-bellows, expanding and bending when air is pumped into them.
It is likely that reducing the rapid rate of bending in commercial practice would lead to fewer failures, as discussed below.
A bending pole actually decreases the linear distance from the vaulter's top hand to the tip of the pole.
Bending could indicate pathogens or harmful mutations, researchers say.