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nonconservative

(ˌnɒnkənˈsɜːvətɪv)
adj
(General Physics) physics relating to forces such as friction that do not conserve or store energy
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President Donald Trump sat down this weekend for what is an increasingly rare thing: A non-Fox News, nonconservative interviewer peppering him with questions in a full-length interview.
Predicted amino acid sequences obtained from samples collected during outbreaks in 2015-2016 were compared with the A/BAN/CH/Sa304/2016 sequence (most closely related virus from the Indian subcontinent), and 8 nonconservative substitutions were identified at 6 positions (138, 143, 145, 147, 148, and 151) within the VP1 antigenic site 1 (12,13) (Figure 2; Table).
Described as a publicity stunt by some (Black, 2014) or to show off both its military capabilities and its moderate nonconservative identity, the story of the first female air striker made a buzz on social media and in headlines of the national and international press.
Seyranian, "The effect of small internal and external friction on the stability of distributed nonconservative systems," Journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, vol.
If existing GE/EPRI solution, whose applicability is D/t [less than or equal to] 40, is directly extrapolated to thin-walled pipes with D/t > 60, the J-integral would be nonconservative compared with the FE results [20, 21].
(iv) Define potential energy and nonconservative generalized input force/torque:
New mechanics models for nonconservative systems, in terms of fractional derivatives, were developed by Riewe in [15, 16] and extended by Klimek [17, 18] and Agrawal [19, 20].
The nonconservative aspect of the modelling requires taking into account the various damages that the CFRP supported during the loading process (localized ruptures and localized delamination).
However, if applicable, TMD patients should be referred to PT before a nonconservative treatment such as surgery is considered.
The C1958S variant is a nonconservative amino acid substitution, which is likely to impact secondary protein structure as these residues differ in polarity, charge, and size.
Our patient had pathogenic mutation of V463E, a nonconservative amino acid substitution.