nonelastic

non·e·las·tic

 (nŏn′ĭ-lăs′tĭk)
adj.
Having or exhibiting no elasticity.
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nonelastic

(ˌnɒnɪˈlæstɪk)
adj
lacking elasticity or flexibility
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The challenge, said Felsheim, lies in the basics of Raman as it relies on the nonelastic scattering of light from the molecular structure--therefore giving, by design, a very weak signal.
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After recording demographic data, anthropometric measurements were performed by using nonelastic tape measure, pelvimeter and manuel goniometer.
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The nutritional status of the participants was determined by Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) between the shoulder and (olecranon) and the tip of the elbow (acromion process) of the nondominant hand using a nonstretchable and nonelastic tape.
Abdominal circumference was measured in centimeters to the nearest 0.1 cm, using a flexible nonelastic tape (Roche, Switzerland), the measurement taken at the midway region between the lowest rib margin and the iliac crest, in standing position with abdomen relaxed, feet together, and weight equally divided over both legs.
Modeling of rock mass is a very difficult job due to the presence of discontinuities, anisotropic, heterogeneous, and nonelastic nature of rock mass, using empirical and numerical methods [1, 2].
The appearance of the isolates varied with most of the isolates being diffuse and nonelastic (KT5, MC14, MC7, MC13, MC12, MK12, MK11, KT5, MK9, MK20, KT4, KT2, MC10, MC9, MC4, MK10, MC8, MC11, MC1, MC5, MK20, MC6, MC3, MC2) while others were dense and elastic in appearance (KT3, MC15, KT1, MK18).
Waist circumference was measured with nonelastic tape measure at the upper border of the iliac crest, parallel to the floor without compressing the skin.
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They impart forces which are continuous or intermittent, elastic or nonelastic, and light or heavy.