Lattice structure


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Lattice structure

An open-web joist, column, cylindrical shell, dome, or other structural type, built up from members that intersect diagonally to form a lattice.
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Three simulations of composite samples were considered for the assessment of wear resistance, impact energy absorption, and damage tolerance, respectively, of a solid diamond, a diamond embedded Ti6Al4V lattice structure, and a diamond in contact with a Si[O.sub.2] abrasive particle.
The lattice structure Buchanan is referring to is basically the skeleton of the implant.
Some samples without a rotated core had a less suitable orientation for additive manufacturing of lattice structure topologies due to the existence of horizontal struts without support structures.
Other deposits have much longer and varied lengths (2), which makes their primary value of forming a lattice structure inconsistent.
To overcome this challenge, Xiao and his colleagues decoupled the lattice structure of magnetic spins and the magnetic charges.
These polymeric substances are added to a crude oil and the polymer associates with the wax crystal lattice structure in a way that blocks or stearically hinders the complete formation of the wax crystal.
Lattice structure is one of the best structures that is used for more reductions in the hardware implementation and computations of the IFFT architecture.
Moreover, as shown in Figure 2(d), the multilayers exhibited a strong Al {111}//W {110} growing fiber texture with a Kurdjumov-Sachs orientation [12], similar to that observed for Al/Nb multilayers having identical lattice structure (i.e., fcc/bcc) and individual layer thickness as in the present Al/W multilayers.
Additionally, Kagome lattice structure can provide the most optimum multifunctional performances, such as elastic properties, improved mechanical strength, and ease of fabrication at a specified structural weight [16].
Above it, there is a 55-metre steel lattice structure which supports many of the TV antennae used to broadcast programmes across the north of England.
Layers of h-BN a single atom thick have the same lattice structure as graphene, but electrically the materials are at opposite ends of the spectrum: h-BN is an insulator, whereas graphene, the single-atom-layer form of carbon, is highly conductive.
Many applications require only a partial reconstruction or incremental update of the lattice structure. A literature survey indicates only a few algorithms to accommodate incremental updates in a FCA lattice [27][33][35].