inextensible


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in·ex·ten·si·ble

 (ĭn′ĭk-stĕn′sə-bəl)
adj.
Not extensible: an inextensible antenna.

inextensible

(ˌɪnɪkˈstɛnsəbəl)
adj
not capable of extension
ˌinexˌtensiˈbility n
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Adj.1.inextensible - not extensile
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to [9,10,12,21,30]), also in the direction of extending the model to the case of inextensible fibres, which can be numerically addressed by means of Lagrangian multipliers methods, as performed in [12,13].
The novelty of the mathematical model is that new oscillatory cells consisting of a dashpot with free inextensible strings are adopted to instead of fiber bundle cells which have only single inextensible strings.
Junto a estas variables, se tomaron medidas del tono muscular de los grupos musculares biceps humerales y cuadriceps de ambas extremidades en su posicion anatomica de referencia mediante centimetria, con una cinta flexible e inextensible y expresada en centimetros sin comprimir los tejidos blandos de la zona.
Implant for fixing total inextensible continue to battle through the loop polyester.
This was achieved by controlling the length of the inextensible cable joining the ankle strap and the strain amplifier/signal conditioner.
Apart from the studies mentioned above, many works have been carried out to analyze the nonlinear vibrations, most of which on developing governing equations for Dynamic response of axially loaded Euler-Bernoulli beams [7, 8], inextensible beams [9, 10], transportation [11], cubic-quintic Duffing [12, 13], mass-spring systems [14], and more [15-23].
Architecture of the sarcomere matrix of skeletal muscle: immunoelectron microscopic evidence that suggests a set of parallel inextensible nebulin filaments anchored at the Z line.
It is usually assumed that the sheet is inextensible, but situations may arise in the polymer industry in which it is necessary to deal with a stretching plastic sheet, as noted by Crane [3].
Key statement: A tire having a radial carcass reinforcement comprising a crown reinforcement formed of at least two working crown layers of inextensible reinforcement elements, which are crossed from one ply to the other, forming angles of between 10[degrees] and 45[degrees] with the circumferential direction, at least one protective layer being radially to the outside of the working crown layers, said crown reinforcement being topped radially by a tread, said tread being joined to two beads by means of two sidewalls.
However, when the water surface is contaminated by an inextensible slick a surface streaming relative to the fluid bellow will be induced due to molecular viscosity.
It is tough and inextensible, with great tensile strength, and is the main component of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, bone and teeth.