static resistance

static resistance

Sports medicine A constant resistance occurring through a range of motion, when an isotomic contraction is used to move a load. Cf Variable resistance.
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Characteristics of PVA as a raw material include low linting, flame and static resistance, solvent and chemical resistance, UV resistance and very high strength and in particular with hot water soluble PVA, biodegradation.
Therefore, in spite of a slightly longer fatigue life, the static-to-fatigue ratios of the joints with larger gusset-plates turned out to be higher for both unglued and glued joint assemblies because of their higher static resistance.