acceleration stress


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acceleration stress

The effects on body function and behaviour of periods of exposure to increased gravitational forces (‘g’) such as are experienced by fighter pilots or astronauts.
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The advanced view should plot relative stress intensity distribution in the component pins, balls or leads, resulting from the simultaneous six axes of random vibration during vibration or linear static acceleration stress analysis.
It is also considered that TV A increases might be derived from high pulmonary artery pressure levels or augmented atrial contractions because of frequent tachycardia episodes during +Gz acceleration stress in Group A pilots.
One final test of hardware acceleration comes from Mozilla, its Hardware Acceleration Stress test, which spins a spiral of photos in the browser window and reports a score in frames per second (which tops out at the LCD's maximum of 60FPS):
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