What is creep and example?
1. : to move slowly with the body close to the ground. A spider was creeping [=crawling] along the bathroom floor. She crept toward the edge of the roof and looked over.
What is creep short answer?
to move slowly, quietly, and carefully, usually in order to avoid being noticed: She turned off the light and crept through the door. Someone was creeping around outside my window.
What causes creep?
Creep is the tendency of a solid material to deform permanently under the influence of constant stress: tensile, compressive, shear, or flexural. It occurs as a function of time through extended exposure to levels of stress that are below the yield strength of the material.
- What is creep and example?
- What is creep short answer?
- What causes creep?
- What is the process of creep?
- What are the three types of creep?
- What causes creep failure?
- How do I stop creep?
- Why does temperature affect creep?
- What is creep erosion?
- What causes creep in soil?
- How does soil creep form?
- Is creep a mass movement?
- What is an example of soil creep?
- Is creep a slide?
- Where has soil creep happen?
- What happens during a creep?
- What are the effects of soil creep?
- Is soil creep fast or slow?
- Does soil creep cause landslides?
- What is the difference between soil creep and landslide?