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Corrugated

Forms that are shaped into folds of parallel and alternating ridges and valleys; either to provide additional strength or to vary the surface pattern.
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To construct a mathematical model of said tasks we used the theory of beams bending (rods) [8, 9] that adequately reflects the geometry and parameters of wave corrugations deformation.
The width ([g.sub.1]) and the period (g) of the corrugations are set to 0.5 mm and 1 mm, which corresponds to the effective permittivity of 2.05.
Rail corrugation is a very complicated and serious problem in railway engineering.
In order to gain some insight on the impact of the corrugations on the fields, we have represented in Fig.
In order to reduce the RCS of the jet engine, small-sized corrugations are inserted into the waveguide.
Sinusoidal plate-surface corrugations alter the flow pattern and enhance heat-transfer in the channels of a PHE in two ways.
Sato, "Multiple radial corrugations in multiwalled carbon nanotubes under pressure," Nanotechnology, vol.
The objective of this article is to present a systematic optimization method and results for the optimal designs of PHEs with sinusoidal-shaped corrugations by adopting a multi-objective genetic algorithm (MOGA) based approximation-assisted optimization (AAO).
The internal corrugations reduce surface contact between the inside wall of the conduit and the cable jacket, lowering friction and protecting the cable from high tensile stress during installation.
Wrinkling also has been described as the state of having surface folds or corrugations. The appearance is easier to show in pictures (Figures 1 and 2) then to explain in words.
Furthermore, Cassini images show that the D ring has corrugations, as a tin roof does.
Other features include a modular stacked design, precision roll corrugations, a variable speed power feeder, and infinite gap control.