durability


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durability

the ability of a product or component to perform its required function under its stated conditions of use until its performance falls below an acceptable level.
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Fully analytically derived loads require full vehicle models and an adequate durability tire model.
s Civic proved to be the most resistant to collisions among 24 popular domestic cars, a results of a durability test by the transport ministry showed Tuesday.
After assessing the road data with the inputs obtained on MIRA's 280- hectare proving ground, the result is a durability cycle that will save manufacturers time, money and embarrassing vehicle failures.
His laboratories at CBU are filled with concrete samples made with foundry sand undergoing all the rigors of testing: freeze/thaw cycles, tensile and compression strength tests, and other trials of strength and durability.
Economists differ on whether market structure affects product durability and, consequently, on whether planned obsolescence strategies pay.
What should one look for in terms of durability and low maintenance?
com/research/n7qnss/understanding_and) has announced the addition of Woodhead Publishing Ltd's new book "Understanding and improving the durability of textiles" to their offering.
British product durability analysis company Safe Technology Ltd has been purchased by the French 3D design firm Dassault Systemes.
Now that fuel cells are in commercial production--in the rest of the world if not in the US--one of the questions that remain is the long-term durability of fuel cell systems.
Tuesday, October 10--Session A Symposium--Tire aging and durability
Those engines tend to operate at comparatively higher rpms, which puts stress on the con rods, which means that strength and durability are paramount.
produces a one-piece, drop-in unit that consists of millions of tiny polymer "springs" that reportedly deliver the same or better comfort, feel, and durability as conventional eight-way, hand-tied metal furniture springs.