energy dissipation

energy dissipation

[′en·ər·jē dis·ə′pā·shən]
(physics)
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For example, Suo found that the strength of alginate/PAM hybrid DN hydrogel is significantly reduced and the DN gel lost its energy dissipation mechanism when swells in a saline solution due to unzipping of the ionic crosslinks [18].
Furthermore, the irreversible axial strain, the material stiffness degradation, and the energy dissipation have been used to quantitatively investigate the damage characteristics of rocks to evaluate the stability of underground excavations (Zhou et al., 2015; Liu et al., 2016; Munoz and Taheri, 2017).
One of the important phenomena describes the energy dissipation in heterogeneous clastic rocks is due to wave induced fluid flow at mesoscopic scale of heterogeneities.
* By selecting a polymer with inherent molecular energy dissipation characteristics, or
The Energy model that was used is the same as presented in [18] [19], the Figure 5 shows the Radio energy dissipation model as the author in [18] [19] illustrated.
This enables the protector to act as one unit for strength, maximum flexibility and energy dissipation. A-Safe, asafe.com.
Replacing the 2013 version, this latest standard for the seismic evaluation and retrofit of existing buildings covers general requirements; performance objectives and seismic hazards; evaluation and retrofit requirements; tier one: screening; tier two: deficiency-based evaluation and retrofit; tier three: systematic evaluation and retrofit; analysis procedures and acceptance criteria; foundations and geologic site hazards; steel and iron; concrete; masonry; wood light frame; architectural, mechanical, and electrical components; seismic isolation; design requirements for structures with supplemental energy dissipation; and system-specific performance procedures.
The influence of design parameters, such as axial load ratio, EQFRR, expansion ratio, elastic modulus of FRP reinforcement, compressive strength of concrete, and shear span ratio of column, were then further evaluated in terms of the lateral load capacity, ductility, energy dissipation, lateral stiffness, and residual displacement of strengthened columns.
As shown in Figure 1, CNTs dispersed well in the chemically functionalized CNTs/EP composites at 0.2 wt.% CNT content, which improves interfacial frictional energy dissipation of CNTs.
Combing the above research findings, this study input the test parameters and incident wave of the modified SHPB tests into the altered thin-layer interface model, and the effects of geometrical parameters of the joint on wave transmission and energy dissipation were analyzed.
Thus the optimal broadcast strategy to minimize the transmit energy dissipation in a network is to use a multi hop communication, when the transmission distance is more than the optimum distance.

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