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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Commercial development soon followed to capture the benefits of attapulgite's unique ability to form an electro-mechanical lattice structure that interacts with particulate solids, when it's well-dispersed in a liquid.
To overcome this challenge, Xiao and his colleagues decoupled the lattice structure of magnetic spins and the magnetic charges.
Raymont, Advanced lightweight 316L stainless steel cellular lattice structure fabricated via selective laser melting, Published by Elsevier Ltd, Materials and Design 55 (2014) 533 541.
The baton's upper portion, made from titanium, is an intricate lattice structure, inspired by Glasgow's architectural icons, including Robert Stevenson's lighthouses.
Provides smooth wall cake for lubricity and lattice structure for sealing of unconsolidated sandstone formations, improved yield and gel strengths in fresh with high hardness values and improved solids separation inside of hydrocylones due to "shear thinning" characteristics.
We slid the remaining poles across the top of the two main arches, creating a solid lattice structure.
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].
Doping is a fundamental chip making process that modifies the electrical properties of a material by incorporating impurities into its crystal lattice structure.
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.
All major body parts, including interior components, are essentially EoACA[pounds sterling]grownEoACA[yen] into a single part lattice structure.
Graphene owes this property to an unusual interaction between its hexagonal lattice structure and the electronic structure of its atoms.