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Interpenetrate

A decorative feature, such as a molding, that enters another element, such as a column, and reappears on the other side; it was commonly found in the Gothic Revival style.
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The hunt for better materials has resulted in the development of IPN-type polymer alloys where two dissimilar polymers are combined into a stable interpenetrating network and provide enhanced properties over the member polymers.
carbon black particles are quasi spherical and tangential to each other in an aggregate (no interpenetrating particles).
Clemson has also produced interpenetrating blends of immiscible polymers, like a combination of PP and LDPE.
The tensions between the flawed and the perfect, the impossible and the possible, the longed-for and the defended-against create a world of interpenetrating explanation and vision.
The morphology of EPM/PP thermoplastic elastomers was shown to have continuous interpenetrating phases.
The resulting sponge-like system consists of two interpenetrating pore structures--that of the liquid and that of the vapor--each with a different geometry.
You would not be wrong if you were to discern in this model two sources: The first is the sociological formulations of Ernst Troeltsch, (9) which are here reinterpreted precisely not as competitive alternatives but on the basis of history, as parallel and interpenetrating, mutually enriching norms.
Cosmetic grade polydimethylsiloxane and polymethylsilsesquioxane (PMSQ) are entwined in a process that produces a finely divided porous particle using interpenetrating polymer network (IPN) synthesis, which is not a simple mixture of two polymer materials.
The surge of interpenetrating sounds, images, and sensations rendered the whole more important than the parts, and generated a visual and auratic experience bordering on the hysterical.
Jiang has studied self-assembled monolayers formed via atom transfer radical polymerization, block copolymers, and interpenetrating polymer networks of the zwitterionic polymers with polyurethanes.
of Denmark) offers a range of methods for analysis of the interrelationships between mechanical properties and microstructures of composite materials as he describes the mesoscale level in the mechanics of materials, modeling damage and failure, analyzing microstructure-strength relationships in composites, using concepts and tools of computational experiments in the mechanics of materials, conducting numerical mesomechanical experiments on deformation and damage, analyzing particle-reinforced composites and particle clustering, interpenetrating phase composites, conducting numerical analyses of damage in fiber reinforced composites, and analyzing micro-macro relationships.