girder is loaded with evenly distributed constant loading g and short-term loading p that is assumed to be constant and makes 5 kN/[m.sup.2], whereas permanent loading g is variable and equal to 5, 2 5 and 1 66 kN/[m.sup.2] respectively.
In addition to causing high blood pressure, arterial stiffening
can lead to organ damage, (5) which we recognize as heart attacks, strokes, cognitive decline, dementia, kidney failure, and a host of other disorders.
The improvement of the bond strength and the ability to transfer tensile stress through the cracks should increase the tension stiffening
of fiber-reinforced concrete (Abrishami & Mitchell, 1997; Yang, Walraven, & Den Uijl, 2009; Deluce & Vecchio, 2013; Lee, Cho, & Vecchio, 2013).
The underline term is the dynamic stiffening
(vii) The nonuniform torsion in which the stiffening
beams are subjected is taken into account by solving the corresponding problem and by comprehending the arising twisting and warping in the corresponding displacement continuity conditions.
girders, pylons and hangers connecting bearing cables and stiffening
girders shall be erected for this type of bridge.
The [VO.sub.2] value before stimulation was taken as that of the standard state; those after the stiffening
and the softening stimulation were taken as the [VO.sub.2] of the stiff state and the [VO.sub.2] of the soft state, respectively.
The transfer route of loads acting on the bridge (the load history) is also specified: the entire dead load g acts on the cable, while the live load p is carried both by the stiffening
girder [p.sub.b] and the cable [p.sub.c].
However, according to Buckmaster, because the HPPC uses a thermoplastic base rather than a thermoset, with continuous glass fibers as the stiffening
material, part production is expedited because what's involved is melting the thermoplastic, molding, and cooling it down again.
There's an obvious contemporary twist as well: as historians have turned away from precise examination of systems of inequality, inequality has in fact been deepening in many societies, and with it issues of poverty and a stiffening
Ford plans to sell its rental subsidiary Hertz to a private equity group for pounds 3.07 billion, allowing the auto maker to strengthen its finances as it struggles with stiffening
competition and rising costs.
He warms up the crowd with jokes about Viagra, failing memories, and stiffening