stress behavior

stress behavior

a change from a person's normal behavior in response to a stressor.
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2] continues to be a topic of some discussion [23-26] and the low stress behavior has been explored as the basis of shaped memory materials [27], The value of [C.
Over their entire lifetime, the two integrated vertical Hall plates on one silicon die have the same temperature and stress behavior with no sensitivity deviation.
In-depth, non-judgmental descriptions are provided of an individual's strengths, needs and potential stress behavior if needs are not met.
Nearly 250 papers selected and peer-reviewed from the 2010 conference discuss such topics as analytical concepts for recent development in fatigue crack growth under variable amplitude loading, the performance of the casing-plug joints of square steel tube structures, predicting the life of rubber automotive components using finite element method, numerical application in reducing the weight of the lateral plate of rescue robots, dynamic response and the effect of center level height of periodic symmetric struts support, and the asymptotic analysis of the singular stress behavior around an imperfect edge of dissimilar power-law hardening materials joint.
In figure 6 there are added some ribs on the radial direction in order to improve the stress behavior of the part (<t=1.
It is when these needs are not being consistently met that we see the expression of stress behavior.
Through a process of regression and factor analysis, the Birkman identifies a person's everyday interpersonal style, underlying motivations, expectations, and signs of stress behavior.
Researchers had long known that rat pups that don't receive as much licking and grooming--perhaps a rat mother's brand of affection--grow up to have more-exaggerated stress behavior than better-cared-for pups do.
Vane spindles are used with Brookfield R/S-SST rheometer, a soft-solids test instrument that measures viscosity and yield stress behavior in gels, pastes and liquid/semi-solid materials with suspended particles.
The YR-1 is designed to be used in the quality control laboratory or even right on the production floor to measure the yield stress behavior of materials.
Stress behavior is characterized by the "fight or flight" response.