static compression

static compression,

n massage technique in which direct pressure is applied to an area of muscle and held until the tissue relaxes.
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Contract award notice: Static compression testing machines for solids under controlled environmental conditions.
However, the constant static compression inhibited cell metabolic activity and led to a significant decrease in the collagen content after brief stimulation.
com)-- Strong demand from diabetics and geriatric population will continue to drive the growth of the India static compression therapy market in 2016.
The report provides value, in millions of US dollars, volume (in units) and average prices (in US dollars) within market segments - Static Compression Therapy (Compression Garments (Upper and Lower Compression Garments), Compression Bandages and Anti Embolism Stockings) and Pneumatic Compression Therapy (Non-Segmented Pneumatic Compression Pumps, Segmented Pneumatic Compression Pumps (Segmented Pneumatic Compression Pumps without Gradient and with Calibrated Gradient) and Pneumatic Compression Sleeves).
The report provides value, in millions of US dollars, volume (in units) and average prices (in US dollars) within market segments - Static Compression Therapy (Compression Garments (Upper and Lower Compression Garments), Compression Bandages, Anti Embolism Stockings and Diabetic Compression Socks) and Pneumatic Compression Therapy (Non-Segmented Pneumatic Compression Pumps, Segmented Pneumatic Compression Pumps (Segmented Pneumatic Compression Pumps without Gradient and with Calibrated Gradient) and Pneumatic Compression Sleeves).
The comparison of simulation and test results, given in table 3, shows a good agreement, which indicates that the hyper-elastic model used does describe the static compression behavior of the foam material correctly.
Now we pick out the data of PVB under quasi static compression to see the influence of viscosity term in the ZWT equation.
The aim of this work was to model a pillar produced of stainless 321 steel with a diameter of 400 mm, a height of 800 mm and a wall thickness of 5 mm, welded in the longitudinal direction to withstand predictable static compression load.
In the current study two kinds of tests have been carried out: the static compression tests of the brackets, performed in the Laboratory of Mechanical Testing and Metrology of the Tallinn University of Technology, and the impact tests, performed in TUV Rheinland (Germany).
Static compression tests of bovine cortical bone (plexiform bone) were carried out in air at room temperature.
Paper topics include optimizing network performance in replicated hosting, improving the scalability of data-centric services using in-network traffic inspection, using a two-level semantic caching scheme for super-peer networks, using content-aware global static compression for web content delivery, building flexible media reflection for collaborative streaming scenarios, developing predictability in web-server traffic congestion, using layered multicast for web caching, and assessing the startup behavior of multilayered multicast congestion control protocols on the performance of content delivery protocols.