compressively

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  • It is one of the few modern albums that was not compressively mastered.
  • Bioglass implants can be used in non-load-bearing applications, for buried implants loaded slightly or compressively.
  • Removal of the sandbags then compressively stressed the concrete structure, enhancing its stiffness and durability under load.
  • A continuous compressively stressed surface of the workpiece has been shown to be produced at less than 50% coverage but falls as 100% is approached.
  • For example, there are compressively strained bonds directly next to an edge dislocation and tensilely strained bonds beyond the end of an edge dislocation.
  • The next step is to subject the compressively strained inner layers to a low temperature heat treatment which results in the elastic limit being raised to at least the autofrettage pressure employed in the first stage of the process.
  • For instance, a compressively strained material requires larger Bragg angles for diffraction at unchanged wavelength.
  • It was rigorous, too frugal, compressively secluded, every way unscientific: yet in that very strictness and domestic solitude might there not lie the root of deeper earnestness, of the stem from which all noble fruit must grow? Cited from Sartor Resartus, by Thomas Carlyle
  • It was rigorous, too frugal, compressively secluded, everyway unscientific: yet in that very strictness and domestic solitude might there not lie the root of deeper earnestness, of the stem from which all noble fruit must grow? Cited from Sartor Resartus, and On Heroes, by Thomas Carlyle
  • Resonant tunneling of holes through Si/SiGe heterojunctions was attempted first because of the typically relatively larger valence band discontinuity in Si/SiGe heterojunctions than the conduction band discontinuity for (compressively) strained Si 1-x Ge x layers grown on Si substrates.