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# Which are the factor to evaluate the loss of crashes?

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### How do you find the loss factor in hysteretic damping?

Loss factor is best obtained by dynamically loading
(extensional, torsional etc.) a specimen of the material and
plotting the hysteresis curve in stress-vs strain plane. If the
total area under the hysteresis loop is D, the loss factor is
computed from the following formula Loss factor=D/(2*pi*max stress*
max strain) For lightly damped materials, loss factor is just twice
the daming factor 'zeta' which obtained either by log-decrement
method or half-power bandwidth method. Loss factor is best
obtained by dynamically loading (extensional, torsional etc.) a
specimen of the material and plotting the hysteresis curve in
stress-vs strain plane. If the total area under the hysteresis loop
is D, the loss factor is computed from the following formula Loss
factor=D/(2*pi*max stress* max strain) For lightly damped
materials, loss factor is just twice the daming factor 'zeta' which
obtained either by log-decrement method or half-power bandwidth
method.

###### Asked in Algebra

### What does dB equals to?

dB (decibel) is a logarithmic measure of the ratio of two power
values, for example, two signal strengths. This is often used for
power gain or power loss. For example, a loss of 10 dB means that
the signal degrades by a factor of 10, a loss of 20 dB means that
the signal degrades by a factor of 100, and a loss of 30 dB means
that the signal degrades by a factor of 1000.

###### Asked in Oral Health and Dental Care

### How can you reverse oral bone loss?

apparently, first you have to find out from were the bone loss
is coming from?
If the bone loss is for dental reason, you have to evaluate or
your dentist has to evaluate if the bone loss is because occlusal
trauma, grinding your teeth, or lock of dental hygiene, means that
you do not clean your teeth appropriately
If your bone loss is for lock of dental hygiene, you have to be
evaluate, how severe
the bone loss is, and how advance the treatment needs to be
done, means if you
have dental pockets and bleeds, your dentist will perform
certain treatment if you
have fillings that are failing these fillings needs to be
change. if you need advance treatment your dentist will know about
and will explain to you,
in some cases you could have some bone regrow in some areas,
depend the condition
the majority of cases you can stop the bone loss but not
reverse. (if the problem is dental).
the problem with oral bone loss is that does not hurts, when you
start to have symptoms
is very advance, that's one of the main reason to visit a
dentist. and follow his or her
oral advice.

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