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microstructure

[¦mī·krō′strək·chər]
(science and technology)
The structure of an object, organism, or material as revealed by a microscope of a magnification over 10 times.
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Changes in the mechanical properties of structural materials are more closely related to microstructural evolutions influenced by dislocations and their configurations.
The main objective of the present study is to investigate the effect of FSP on the microstructural and strength improvement of Al7075 Al sheet metal reinforced with 15% SiC / 3% [B.
A microstructural analysis revealed numerous pores arranged in a noncompacted matrix, which could be explained by the lowest emulsion stability reported for samples with 50% calcium chloride and 50% sodium chloride.
The imaging data were then analyzed using a new software tool called Enhanced Z-score Microstructural Assessment Pathology (EZ-MAP), which allows researchers for the first time to examine microstructural abnormalities across the entire brain of individual patients.
The uniformity of diffusion direction -- an indicator of whether tissue has maintained its microstructural integrity -- is measured on a zero-to-one scale called fractional anisotropy (FA).
The uniformity of diffusion direction - an indicator of whether tissue has maintained its microstructural integrity - is measured on a zero-to-one scale called fractional anisotropy (FA).
In this contribution we present new microstructural and petrologic data combined with thermodynamic modelling from the lowest structural levels of the GHS in the Sutlej Valley (within ~1200 m of the MCT).
The cut of products of this technology is perpendicular and accurate but using of this technology affects microstructural changes and depth of the heat affected zone (HAZ).
Others of the nearly 100 lectures discuss such topics as tribological properties of laser interference induced microstructural architecture in metallic systems, the influence of electrode potential and chelating agents on tribocorrosion mechanisms of tungsten, creep behavior of an asperity in fully plastic contact, online wear measurements in advanced lubricated systems, the numerical calculation of failure stresses of physical vapor deposition coatings based on test data, smart pastes for improving wear resistance in metals, and the correlation of thermo-mechanical stresses on cutting tool wear.
She went on to speculate that the pathological lack of correspondence between performance and volumes might be attributable to a combination of simultaneous microstructural factors, such as edema, atrophy, altered myelination, and altered synaptic pruning.
Lionberger explained, most topical products are semisolids; differing manufacturing methods or the use of different raw materials in formulating generic topical drugs can result in microstructural changes.