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Dynamic

For option strategies, describing analyses made during the course of changing security prices and during the passage of time. This is as opposed to an analysis made at expiration of the options used in the strategy. A dynamic break-even point is one that changes as time passes. A dynamic follow-up action is one that will change as either the security price changes or the option price changes or time passes.

Dynamic

Describing any situation that may change. It is especially important in options strategies.
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In a study by Angadi et als,18 where they compared the outcome diaphyseal fracture of radius ulna fixation with dynamic compression plate (DCP) (group A) with LCP (group B), found that LCP was superior to DCP in terms of time to union and Anderson et al criteria.
Crush boxes displaying a sufficient buckling load were produced and subjected to low-temperature (-30[degrees]C) and high-temperature (90[degrees]C) dynamic compression tests.
All patients underwent base line investigation and all the fractures were treated by operative procedure of dynamic compression plate.
54 Fragments DCL05-3 Table 4: Equations of fitting curves between dynamic compression strength and strain rate of limestone samples.
Figure 13 shows The SEM micrograph of the dynamic compression fracture al 16.
Market size data for Compression Therapy market categories Static Compression Therapy and Dynamic Compression Therapy.
The dynamic compression test using the pendulum was shown to give a good insight into vehicle door closing energy.
KEY WORDS: Forearm fracture, Radius Ulna, Open Reduction, Internal Fixation Dynamic Compression Plate.
In dynamic compression mode the system uses a light-weight alloy carriage that is fitted with a variety of profiled strikers to measure energy absorption characteristics of materials and structures at representative speeds of up to 50 kph and acceleration of up to 500 g.
Expand Networks' integrated WAN optimisation technology combines techniques such as byte-level caching, dynamic compression and TCP acceleration to enable available satellite bandwidth and real-time interactive TCP traffic be maximised.
Dynamic compression testing using a determined number of cycles, loading rate, and pressures equivalent to the conditions found in the footwear forefoot better characterizes the useful service life of materials [22].
mm) dynamic compression (DC) plates tested with polyurethane foam and concluded that plate length was more important than the number of screws.

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