fibrous structure

fibrous structure

[′fī·brəs ′strək·chər]
(materials)
A ropy surface on a fractured material.
(metallurgy)
A lamination on an etched section of a forging.
In wrought iron, a structure consisting of slag fibers embedded in ferrite.
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In our self-designed rotation extrusion of TMB-modified iPP [40], TMB-5 self-assembles into fibrous structure and aligns off the axial direction by the action of rotation of the mandrel and die, which leads to the formation of a hybrid shish-kebab morphology with high hoop orientation.
Furthermore, FE-SEM results of the mats revealed partially damaged fibrous structure after adulterated gasoline treatment (Fig.
It is popular to use in a vegetarian food because TVP can give a fibrous structure in the product, similar in threadlike texture of meat.
However, the areas of the slab showing fibrous structure were bisbeeite.
For instance, the tailored scaffold should not bring about an immune response even as serving as a feasible framework for cellular growth and proliferation absolutely imitating the fibrous structure as well as the intricate functions of a native Extra Cellular Matrix (ECM).
Tendonitis Tendonitis occurs when a tendon (a fibrous structure that connects muscles to bones) becomes irritated, inflamed, or swollen, most often due to overuse of the joint.
Day by day, UV radiation breaks down and weakens the fibrous structure of fiberglass.
This is the front outside edge of the inner of the two bones of the shin, which makes the ligament a key fibrous structure to understand when diagnosing and treating athletes across an enormous array of sports activity.
Eovations, LLC announced the introduction of Eovations(TM) extruded oriented technology, a patented process producing a fully fiberized thermoplastic-mineral composite that replicates the fibrous structure of wood and creates a unique combination of strength, durability, aesthetic and workability properties.
Collagen is, however, hard to work with in its natural form because it is largely insoluble in water, and common processing techniques reduce its strength and disrupt its fibrous structure.
One of the unique effects of the die-drawing process is "fully fiberizing" the composite--producing a wood-like fibrous structure throughout the thickness of the profile (see photo).