framework structure

framework structure

[′frām‚wərk ‚strək·chər]
(solid-state physics)
A crystalline structure in which there are strong interatomic bonds which are not confined to a single plane, in contrast to a layer structure.
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"Now, Bulgarian companies are very much interested to contribute their knowledge and knowhow for a close joint venture framework structure with Qatari companies and enterprises; and also, to export primary Bulgarian products mainly agricultural products such as meat, dairy products and vegetables, among others.
Similarly, factors values are measured using a weighted product of indicator values, and so forth along the framework structure. Values and weights may be provided as a range (e.g., minimum and maximum).
Often this system has been misidentified as "wig-wam." (A wig-warn is a temporary arched framework structure overlaid with bark or hides to provide shelter used by Native Americans of the Algonquian language group.)
By adopting the new D-Frame framework structure as well as the DRESS-FORMATION changeable interior and exterior structure, Daihatsu has succeeded in offering value to drivers.
Many currants can be grown as bushes, while raspberries and blackberries need to be trained against a framework structure, usually a post and wire system.
Among the topics are the performance of composite cements in the repair of porcine thoracolumbar burst fracture in vitro, a magnetization method design of bulk multi-seeded high-temperature supercomputers, the microstructure and mechanical properties of a multi-model aluminum alloy with high strength, the mechanical evaluation of porous ceramics prepared by filtration with a framework structure of the polycrystalline fibers, and the effect of the gelation process on preparing aluminum titanate ultrafine powder by the hydrolytic sol-gel method.
XRD pattern of Figure 2b shows the entirely amorphous character of the obsidian, which is a non-hydrated silicate glass that have a three- dimensional disordered framework structure. SEM photograph (Figure 2b) of this glass show nearly planar surfaces that have irregularities.
Bittar, who is expected to earn considerably less than Coward's final-year salary package of pounds 260,000, will be expected to put in place the framework structure that Coward produced before he departed for the Premier League in March under which the BHA will concentrate on a regulatory and integrity role, with an overview of race planning, while other responsibilities will be shared between the racecourses and Horsemen's Group.
The integrated language and content approach along with the Knowledge Framework Structure has laid the foundation where the teaching of English language and English literature can coexist.
A compact bouquet of roses of all one colour can be breathtaking, but adding a framework structure or a simple shower can change the overall appearance and create a totally different look.
Draft versions of the framework structure and competences were extensively circulated for comment and consensus among the steering group and project team.

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