creep effect


creep effect
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English-russian plastics terminology dictionary. 2013.

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  • Creep — may refer to: CREEP, the Committee for the Re Election of the President, associated with the Watergate scandal of U.S. president Nixon s administration. Creep (project management), the jeopardizing of a project s initial objectives by an increase …   Wikipedia

  • Creep (deformation) — For other uses, see Creep (disambiguation). v · d · e Materials failure modes Buckling …   Wikipedia

  • creep — the flow or plastic deformation of metals held for long periods of time, even at stresses lower than the normal yield strength. Creep is the time dependent part of a strain resulting from any stress. The effect is particularly important if the… …   Mechanics glossary

  • Season creep — NOTOC In phenology, season creep is a neologism that refers to observed changes in the timing of the seasons,cite book |author=Gabay, Jonathan |title=Gabay s Copywriters Compendium|edition=Second Edition: The Definitive Professional Writers… …   Wikipedia

  • Diffusion creep — refers to the deformation of crystalline solids by the diffusion of vacancies through their crystal lattice.[1] Diffusion creep results in plastic deformation rather than brittle failure of the material. Diffusion creep is more sensitive to… …   Wikipedia

  • Mission creep — is the expansion of a project or mission beyond its original goals, often after initial successes.[1] Mission creep is usually considered undesirable due to the dangerous path of each success breeding more ambitious attempts, only stopping when a …   Wikipedia

  • Ratchet effect — The ratchet effect is the commonly observed phenomenon that some processes cannot go backwards once certain things have happened, by analogy with the mechanical ratchet that holds the spring tight as a clock is wound up. It is related to the… …   Wikipedia

  • Feature creep — For the project management concept, see scope creep. Feature creep, creeping featurism or featureitis is the ongoing expansion or addition of new features in a product, such as in computer software.[1] Extra features go beyond the basic function… …   Wikipedia

  • Downhill creep — Downhill creep, or commonly just creep, is the slow downward progression of rock and soil down a low grade slope; it can also refer to slow deformation of such materials as a result of prolonged pressure and stress. Creep may appear to an… …   Wikipedia

  • Diderot effect — The Diderot effect is a social phenomenon related to consumer goods which either posits that form culturally defines groups that are considered cohesive or refers to a process of spiralling consumption resulting from dissatisfaction induced by a… …   Wikipedia

  • ad creep — n. The gradual expansion of advertising space to non traditional surfaces such as floors, bathroom walls, cars, and the sides of buildings. Example Citation: Three California start up companies are racing to turn the average person s car into an… …   New words


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