noncohesive


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noncohesive

[‚nän·kō′hē·siv]
(geology)
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Microscopically, beneath the bronchial mucosa, the tumor was composed of sheet-like pattern of noncohesive tumor cells with a fibrous stromal network.
Balancing safety and cost is critical to smart investment when estimating scour at bridge piers in noncohesive soils.
Even compared to other comics, Building Stories employs particularly fragmented, noncohesive panel structure.
The method is applied for modeling of noncohesive grained material.
Additionally, a partially fluorinated, nonionic surfactant ATA-1074 also forms flocs in ethanol and water; however, SWNT/ATA-1074 flocs in water form a noncohesive powder upon solvent removal that makes resistivity measurements unreliable.
Besides being operationally challenging due to the harsh and remote Saharan terrain, military action could provoke otherwise noncohesive groups to rally around anti-southern or anti-Western sentiment, to boost recruitment, or to launch new attacks on Western or regional targets.
The debris flow events in the Upper Chama River Basin, north-western Venezuela, are characterised by coarse, poorly sorted, noncohesive weathered material, including large boulders (Ingeomin, 2007; Roa, 2007).
Grade 2: Less orderly, noncohesive germinal cells and closely- packed seminiferous tubules
A cohesive network structure transfers the benefits of social capital more easily than a noncohesive one (Reagans & McEvily, 2003).
It started with its first application to simulate the dynamic behaviour of noncohesive granular material, which is presented as an assembly of grains.