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c) The volume of the material of the fastened plates that is elastically deformed is approximately extended over two identical truncated cones and a cylinder (Fig.
These probabilities play a key role in determining the weight fractions (soluble, pendant, and elastically effective) of the network.
Elastically Scalable Operational Intelligence Architecture: Vitria OI 4 provides elastically scalable OI to meet real-time Big Data challenges of any size, with ease.
1973) Mechanical engineer's Manual, Materials, Material's Strength, Elastically Stability, Ed.
Many engineering materials are rate-dependent while behaving elastically.
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Therefore, SMARTER has to deal both the velocity requirements together volume requirements of analysing GoT to make the platform able support near-realtime analytical operations with the elastically scalability.
Cloudian scales elastically from two nodes to thousands of nodes across multiple data centers, supporting petabytes of data.
Put simply, if, when a force is applied to a material it changes shape temporarily and returns to its original shape when the force is removed, it's said to be behaving elastically.
The amplitudes decrease in the modes further from the force's point of application on the cross axis of the plate, which, on the one hand, assumes that the vibration is transmitted longitudinally, being favored by the elastically characteristics and on the other hand it is necessary the assurance of a width big enough for the vibrations to radiate on a useful optimum surface (Fig.
Alcryn recovers elastically from 100% strain and demonstrates resistance to creep in tension equal to that of cured rubber.