relaxation behavior

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Noun1.relaxation behavior - (physics) the exponential return of a system to equilibrium after a disturbance
natural philosophy, physics - the science of matter and energy and their interactions; "his favorite subject was physics"
exponential decay, exponential return - a decrease that follows an exponential function
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The relaxation behavior was slower in the case of EVOH/PP-g-MA (Fig.
Ventoguard's outstanding relaxation behavior guarantees reliable sealing even after many hours of operation, even when there is considerable movement in the bearing gap.
Considering this parameter, the effect of the polymer-specific relaxation behavior is already included in this measuring method for residual stresses.
As part of this research project, the thermoelastic proper ties and the relaxation behavior of silica-filled S-SBR vulcanizates were investigated.
Thus, the relaxation behavior of the coating's surface was studied with and without the presence of water.
To understand the anisotropy of dynamic viscoleastic properties of planted Chinese fir wood, this research examined the impact of wood structure and treatment conditions on mechanical relaxation behavior.
Or would a 3- to 6-month period of cognitive therapy and relaxation behavior modification have done the job?
The relaxation behavior on the other hand is a skill that takes time to learn, does not lead to immediate tension reduction, and may not fully relieve the tension.
22 Thermoelasticity and Stress Relaxation Behavior of Synthetic Rubber/ Organoclay Nanocomposites (K.
More information about the relaxation behavior and its evolution can be obtained in a Cole-Cole plot, in which the imaginary viscosity ([eta]') versus real viscosity ([eta]") are plotted.
In addition, the relaxation behavior of the material has been significantly improved, ensuring effective sealing durability, and thus, cost benefits.
When various coatings are evaluated, simply judging their performance under the same weathering environment is not reliable since polymer relaxation behavior depends on the relationship between the exposure temperatures and the [T.