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mechanical resistance

[mi′kan·ə·kəl ri′zis·təns]
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This study aimed to evaluate the sampling representativeness in the mappings of soil mechanical resistance to penetration in the rows and interrows of the cotton crop, under two moisture conditions.
When the tannin-foams in the core are produced with higher density, also the composites with laminate become immediately very interesting because of combining the good optical and surface properties of the laminate with the lightness and mechanical resistance of the core layer.
The reason for this comes from mechanical properties of coatings, since it was shown that 2% is the best concentration for these coating, which can improve their mechanical resistance about 40%.
The polyamide resins could be injection-molded, the advantages of using this system lay in the fact that the resin is delivered in a cartridge, thus excluding mixture errors with long-term shape stability, reduces contraction, and gives mechanical resistance to aging.
It also offers the flexibility of a primer and the chemical and mechanical resistance of conventional topcoats.
To overcome the brittle nature and low mechanical resistance of the Solar Impulse solar cells, project partner Solvay, an international chemicals group, conceived a thin fluorine copolymer film to protect them.
With an outstanding mechanical resistance it provides superior hose life compared with standard nitrile and brings performances, food safety compliance and low life cycle costs together.
For instance, the high mechanical resistance of steel may be allied to the lightness of magnesium, as in the example shown in Fig.
Compared to conventional oil-based offset inks, prints from the new UV ink series are showing improved mechanical resistance, less carboning and much faster drying on coated and uncoated paper/ board, according to the company.
Compared to tissue engineered with straight fibers, the tissue engineered with spring-like fibers contracted with greater force and less mechanical resistance.
This means the motor also can be used as a highly sensitive sensor, acting as the sense of touch for registering mechanical resistance.

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