homogeneous material

homogeneous material

A material whose characteristics or properties are not a function of the position within the material.
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T-BLEND allows exact dosing of the individual components and - during the second step - blending to a homogeneous material.
has developed a new epoxy resin system with low fire, smoke and toxicity (FST) properties built into the resin structure, providing manufacturers with a novel, homogeneous material for use in composite parts for aircraft interiors as well as marine, rail and architectural applications, the company said.
Wood used in roof framing is not a homogeneous material.
The team found that a homogeneous material could be formed by controlling the solidification rate of the molybdenum silicide-based composite during fabrication and by adjusting the amount of the ternary element added to the composite.
If the normally homogeneous material is damaged, some of the wave energy is absorbed and heat is generated, which can be detected by the thermal imaging camera.
In case of homogeneous material if the distance between the middle of the phased array probe and focal point [F.
The influence of nonlinear effects on the burst propagation in the physically homogeneous FGM is characterized by the difference of the absolute values of the amplitude V of the boundary oscillations evoked by the nonlinear propagation of the burst in the physically nonlinear homogeneous material and the amplitude U evoked by the linear propagation of the burst in the physically linear homogeneous material (Fig.
Kong, "One directional perfect cloak created with homogeneous material," IEEE Microwave Wireless Components Letters, Vol.
The HPG (high performance geometry) screw concept is said to provide high process engineering flexibility by ensuring careful and homogeneous material processing.
Two complementary approaches are used and compared for measuring and evaluating the elastic properties of such polymer, that is, the Brillouin Spectroscopy and the mechanical modeling of an equivalent homogeneous material.
4) This occurs when these deposits in the gastrointestinal tract form large masses of eosinophilic, homogeneous material.

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