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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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For a given casting design and manufacturing process, the multi-scale defect and microstructure module simulates and predicts populations of defects and microstructure constituents in every node of the interested product.
Processing, microstructure and component structure parameters are considered as the design variables (Figure 1).
This MRI-based histology will be used to investigate the cortical microstructure in health and focal cortical degeneration.
A large amount and size of carbide existed in the microstructure of the as-cast specimen, and the dendritic carbides surrounded the matrix (Figure 4(a)).
The metallographic examination was carried out to study the critical area with the highest deformation and thinnest wall of the cross section, in this case, depending on the results from this examination we can choose whether the microstructure will contain a combination of bainite, ferrite and perlite or just a ferritic-pearlitic microstructure.
Figures (3-5) show the microstructure of the samples processed at different process parameters.
According to the company, MicroCor system is a clinical-stage platform technology utilising dissolving microstructures (also referred to as microneedles or microprotusions) for the safe, effective and convenient transdermal delivery of small molecules and biologics.
The aim of this work is to quantify the microstructure in different parts of the GMAW and SMAW welded joints and to make a qualitative correlation between the microstructure, quality and the tensile strength of the welded joint.
The occurrence of shell microstructure data in molluscs from both the Cambrian (e.
Concrete: Microstructure, Properties, and Materials, 4th Edition
1) demonstrated that micromolding can be used when (1) the mass of a part is in the order of a few milligrams; (2) the part has dimensions similar to those of a typical injection-molded product but has regions with dimensions in the order of [mu]m; (3) the part has tolerances in the pm range; and (4) microstructure dimensions of a part are in the pm range.
Microstructure surface engineering specifically designs the pattern to create a surface applicable to a specific friction regime or surface tension.