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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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During GMAW welding, the microstructure is effected by metal arc heat different from that used for its production.
1) consist of a polygonal texture that represents prismatic shell microstructure (Runnegar 1990).
Emphasizing how the properties of concrete, like all engineering materials, are governed by its microstructure, they cover microstructure and properties of hardened concrete; concrete materials, mix proportioning, and early-age properties; and advances in concrete technology.
They showed that injection speed and mold temperature during injection molding markedly impact microstructure replication accuracy for metal-mold inserts.
We have had significant interest from the marketplace in providing an FX microstructure platform that can be deployed in hours, not months, and carries no long term contract and no upfront fees," said Terry Swenson, Managing Director, Sales and Marketing at UGS.
These are multiphase steels, whose microstructure consists of ferrite, bainite and a small amount of retained austenite (Bleck, 2002).
Banded structure' or 'microstructural banding' are the terms used to qualify a microstructure consisting of parallel and alternating bands of ferrite and martensite (Fig.
In many cases the mathematical theory does not provide suggestions on how to perform experiments in order to exhibit the existence, consistency, and influence of the microstructure over the macrobody.
i-SAC 387 contains cobalt for improved melting, shiny solder joints, fine grain microstructure.
The solid solution can enhance bismuth's microstructure and the solder's mechanical properties.