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As for techies who made their own bend tests after the reports of the bending phones, some individuals defended Apple and questioned the tests.
2 provides more detail regarding cold and hot bending embedded bars by stating that construction conditions may make it necessary to bend bars that have been embedded in concrete.
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Based on the results of the study, the microwave bending performance of the wood species was rated as follows: (1) E.
CRC-Evans Pipeline Equipment has introduced a new bending technology that the company says makes pipe bending more accurate and 25% faster.
Sometimes the knee will make grinding noises upon bending or straightening.
The bending process usually takes place after all components are mounted on the flex circuit (Figure 5).
The team examined various kinds of brittle rods under circumstances quite different from ordinary bending.
Without proper alignment and conditioning, something as minor as bending over to pick up a piece of paper on the ground can trigger back pain, said Cheryl Resnick, assistant professor of clinical physical therapy at the USC Keck School of Medicine.
Often that much bending and squatting results in hurt backs, and so yoga stretches which complement the continuous bending over by gardeners' digging, planting, and weeding become important to relieve pain and balance the body.
Lead-leg action is critical to "sprinting off the hurdle" (shortening the radius by slightly bending the lead-leg at the knee from the beginning of the process to the end or touch-down).
A 90-degree bend is achieved by bending to the max and pulling back to 90, by hand.