honeycomb structure


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honeycomb structure

An arrangement of soil particles having a comparatively loose, stable structure resembling a honeycomb.
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The basic principle for the manufacturing of C&S laminates involves coupling of a pair of thin external layers with an inner honeycomb structure by means of strong welding/glueing.
Demolitions, structural work, masonry, lightened embankment in honeycomb structure, waterproofing, surface development, watering, plantations and public lighting and electrical distribution of the forum forecourt.
It is used in heart operations because it is very elastic and has a honeycomb structure to it that allows the patient's own cells to grow in and around it.
The phenomenon gets its name from the honeycomb structure that appears on top of the surface of a thin layer of oil a poor electricity conductor when it is placed in an electric field, using one pointy and one flat electrode.
The Rose Window is an electric honeycomb structure that was little-explored but Niazi managed to capture its formation.
It features massive air inlets with an RS honeycomb structure, a wide, single-frame grille, optional Matrix LED headlights with tinted bezels, and a rear with an RS-specific diffuser insert, oval tailpipes and a roof edge spoiler.
Its ultra-durability comes from its honeycomb structure which is inspired by natural models, (They call it generative design: a form that mimics the natural growth process at work in the plant, mineral or sometimes even animal world, such as in corals, for example).
These bounded states are associated with the topologically protected zero-energy mode of an asymptotic one-dimensional Dirac operator, they say, and their model captures many aspects of the phenomenon of topologically protected edge states for two-dimensional bulk structures such as the honeycomb structure of graphene.
Abstract: Silicene is a monolayer allotrope of silicon atoms arranged in a honeycomb structure with massless Dirac fermion characteristics similar to graphene.
BASF's polyurethane is used in a honeycomb structure along with corrugated paper and fiberglass to create lightweight trunk load floors, package shelves, and sunshades.
We used a 3D-printer to create our wheels and saw how changing the honeycomb structure inside the design changed the weight of each part.