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Hysteresis

Used to characterize a lagging effect. Firms may fail to enter markets that appear attractive, or firms that are once invested in a market may persist in operating at a loss. The effect is characteristic of investments with high entry and exit costs along with high uncertainty.

Hysteresis

In economics, a situation or indicator that persists despite evidence that it should not. For example, the unemployment rate tends to remain high even after GDP growth has resumed, in part because business owners are afraid that growth will turn negative again even if they have no rational reason for believing so. One may think of hysteresis as an economy's collective memory. See also: Lagging indicator.
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The output responses evaluated included the cell nucleation density, bulk density, compression hysteresis loss, Shore A hardness, and tensile strength.
Typically, a lower bulk density is associated with a lower hysteresis loss and a lower hardness, which is desirable.
The Tg rises, the Young's modulus increases and the hysteresis loss becomes large because of dodecamethylene carbonate blocks.
This enhanced filler-polymer interaction leads to reduced hysteresis loss and heat build-up under dynamic deformation, while all other in-robber properties remain nearly unchanged (ref.
As can be seen, the nano-structure black results in a significantly reduced hysteresis loss tan [delta] and heat build-up, indicating the reduction in rolling resistance.
Hysteresis loss was determined on the tensile dumbbells (ASTM D-412-93, type 2 die) over a range of temperatures (25 [degrees] C to 150 [degrees] C), strain rates (3.
Hysteresis Loss and Hysteresis Loss Ratio Versus Number of cycles
The objective of this paper is to develop a model equation for quantitative prediction of hysteresis loss (at high strain i.
the total hysteresis loss per unit volume in a deformation cycle is given by
The difference between hysteresis loss at high temperature and that at low temperature was larger in silica compounds than carbon black compounds.
The new technology polymer introduced with l-butene unit showed extremely small hysteresis loss at high temperature whereas large value at low temperature.
And we tried to investigate whether an interface bond strength other than the effective contact area and the hysteresis loss might exist for the factor affecting to the friction of rubber compound on ice at the same time with improving it by blending a leather powder consisting of collagen fiber to rubber.