microstructure

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microstructure

[¦mī·krō′strək·chər]
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The structure of an object, organism, or material as revealed by a microscope of a magnification over 10 times.
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This proposal addresses this problem using real-time experiments and numerical simulations to examine the formation dynamics of Nonvariant EUtectic SOLidification (NEUSOL) microstructures with an emphasis on dynamics of three-phased eutectic patterns and anisotropy effects.
The microstructure consists of soft regions of entangled chains and hard regions of lamellae or spherulites anchored to nanoparticle nucleating agents.
After heat treatment, the microstructures, hardness, impact toughness, and impact abrasive wear properties of all specimens were studied.
This approach enables microstructure characterization, analyzation and mechanical testing unlike FEM simulations.
FSP is a solid state process, which can tailor the microstructure by severe plastic deformation and frictional heat.
According to the company, MicroCor system is a clinical-stage platform technology utilising dissolving microstructures (also referred to as microneedles or microprotusions) for the safe, effective and convenient transdermal delivery of small molecules and biologics.
The microstructures of SMAW test pieces' show the clear signs of overheating and signs of annealing that cause inner stresses of the structure and weakening of the welding seam.
Skeletal microstructures of hyoliths from the Early Cambrian of Siberia.
This study examines the replication of microstructures on light guide plates that are parallel to the flow direction (P1, P2, and P3) and those that are perpendicular to the flow direction (P4, P2, and P5).
Thermoplastic tubing with microstructures outperformed conventional thermoplastic tubing by 47% when sliding against silicone rubber, and by 30% when sliding against stainless steel (both measurements made for dry sliding).

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