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static

[stat′ik]
Etymology: Gk, statikos, causing to stand
without motion, at rest, in equilibrium. Compare dynamic.

static

(stăt′ĭk) [Gr. statikos, causing to stand]
At rest; in equilibrium; not in motion.

static

1. stable with opposing forces in balance.
2. minor electric disturbance.

static fetal cadaver
static reaction
reflexes which maintain a steady posture; they may be local, segmental or general.
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The rate of change in the pressure within the outdoor reference sensing line with change in elevation will be a function of both the interior and exterior air temperatures, with pressure increasing from the outdoor static pressure reference ([P.
Depending on the substrate, a static charge may start at the unwind and will continue all the way through the press to the winder many times, accumulating static charges unless neutralized.
In the case of a blocked static port, the VSI mainly won't work at all, presenting a zero climb rate until the blockage is removed.
As static is generated, process lines begin to mis-feed as products made of synthetic material such as polyethylene, polypropylene and polystyrene misbehave, and the opportunity for contamination of the final product increases dramatically.
This is especially true of the stretches in which you hold a given static stretch for a few seconds and then release it before it becomes uncomfortable.
Next generation portal frameworks must have the ability to aggregate data between Web applications and static content blocks, in a multi-portal and multi-platform environment.
Research has shown that once static is generated on the interior walls of the PE pipe it does not dissipate.
Washington and Dwayne McDuffie, appeared in the August 1993 issue Static #3.
3m products, electronic products, electrostatic discharge, esd, sheet protectors, static
What we've noticed recently is that end users are demanding more sophisticated standards in the goods they purchase than they may have done a number of years ago," Fyffe says, noting that filmic materials are being used more commonly today as they are pleasing to the eve, but at the same time they tend to generate higher static charges.
The attraction of airborne contaminates as a result of static charge on a substrate is becoming more and more of an issue as the quality standards of companies continue to be raised.
Discussion on static stiffness and dynamic stiffness