honeycomb structure


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honeycomb structure

An arrangement of soil particles having a comparatively loose, stable structure resembling a honeycomb.
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A wide and flat Singleframe grille with quattro logo in matt black and massive air inlets with an RS-specific honeycomb structure adorn the front.
First created by scientists in 2004, it is a thin layer of pure carbon extracted from graphite and packed tightly into a honeycomb structure.
Satellites are also often made of a honeycomb structure. 'Normally, the quality requirements for the satellite panel are even stricter,' Ferber said.
A look at the RS 5 Coupe is really all about its massive air inlets with the honeycomb structure typical of RS models characterize the front end of the car.
The honeycomb structure on the coiler underside reliably prevents deposits.
It is made from 100% paper-based Hexacomb material, which is lightweight and strong due to its honeycomb structure.
TFI Envision developed the overall thematic for the annual report - "Driven for the Future." To visually represent the strength of the SMP brand, breadth of their product offering, SMP's dedication to technological advancement, and its global presence, TFI Envision created a futuristic honeycomb structure graphic superimposed over a world map for the cover.
Initially, the model adopted the classic honeycomb structure. Along with the subsequent numerical tests, based on the results obtained, some changes were introduced in the structure.
Li, "Robust microsieves with excellent solvent resistance: Cross-linkage of perforated polymer films with honeycomb structure," ACS Macro Letters, vol.
It is used in heart operations because it is very elastic and has a honeycomb structure to it that allows the patient's own cells to grow in and around it.