banded structure

banded structure

[′ban·dəd ′strək·chər]
(metallurgy)
The appearance of a metal showing light and dark parallel bands in the direction of rolling or working.
(meteorology)
The appearance of precipitation echoes in the form of long bands as presented on radar plan position indicator (PPI) scopes.
(petrology)
An outcrop feature in igneous and metamorphic rocks due to alternation of layers, stripes, flat lenses, or streaks that obviously differ in mineral composition or texture.
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"It is likely the banded structure and large atmospheric waves we found in brown dwarfs will also be common in giant exoplanets."
2, b, with a magnification of 1500), and the pearlite has obvious banded structure (Fig.
in order to reach this goal, it is of prime necessity to control their final microstructure, in particular phase volume fraction, carbon composition and banded structure.
The banded structure in Saturn's atmosphere is similar to Jupiter's.
Smith says the banded structure is indicative of atmospheric gravity waves, which tend to originate in the lower atmosphere because of such things as storm fronts, convection cells, and jet streams.
Horizontal bands of pink and lilac acrylic, instead of conjuring up candy floss or crinoline wedding dresses, echo belts of wind or the banded structure of Jupiter's atmosphere, delivering movement but also calm.
A banded structure that developed during shear-deformed crystallization of thermotropic and lyotropic liquid crystalline polymers has been studied by many [19-23].
One of the five specimens supplied in 1993 was labeled as "sphaerocobaltite," and another specimen has an interesting banded structure. This consists of alternating concentric rings of pink material between purple material.
Galileo also eyed Belus Linea, a banded structure consisting of two dark stripes flanking a bright stripe.
At 505 Park Avenue, at the corner of 59th Street, a horizontal brick banded structure with a rounded corner was in poor repair.