(engineering) the change in shape of a material that results when the load to which it is subjected causes the elastic limit to be exceeded and is then removed
noun 1. any of the 32 adult teeth that replace the 20 milk teeth. permanent tooth n. Any of the teeth of the secondary dentition. Also called second tooth.
- Permanent virtual circuit
networking (PVC, or in ATM terminology, “Permanent Virtual Connection”) A virtual circuit that is permanently established, saving the time associated with circuit establishment and tear-down. (1997-10-06)
- Permanent virtual connection
Permanent Virtual Circuit
noun, British. 1. the roadbed and track of a railroad. noun 1. (mainly Brit) the track of a railway, including the ballast, sleepers, rails, etc