The fading of dyes. In the case of paper, its yellow-brownish discoloration is referred to as yellowing. The cause is lignin, which originates from the wood used to manufacture the …
Evidence of plastic deformation in structural materials. Also known as plastic flow or creep.
A measure of the color on the yellow scale.
In tensile testing, yield point is the first point on the stress-strain curve at which an increase in strain occurs without an increase in stress.
The extension associated with discontinuous yield which occurs at approximately constant load following the onset of plastic flow. It is associated with the propagation of Luder lines or bands.
The stress at which a material exhibits a specified limiting deviation from the proportionality of stress to strain.
A stress at which a steel exhibits the first measurable permanent plastic deformation. The level of stress when plastic flow begins during a uniaxial tensile test.
The ratio of tensile stress to tensile strain below the proportional limit.
Numbered orifice cups used to measure viscosity.
A network of displays that are centrally managed and addressable for targeted information, entertainment, merchandising and advertising.
CRT, Flat Panel LCD, Plasma, Projector or other device that is the end-point of a digital signage system.
A digital signage player that is capable of outputting multiple streams of unique content to multiple display devices.
A player is used for the playback of content elements and is the output device for the distribution of A/V content to a display.
Composed of a list of clips and their play order by time or other heuristics.
A record of information created from the digital signage system reflecting the content played, the system performance, and other data.
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