macrograph


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macrograph

[′mak·rə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
A photograph or representation of an object that may be about 10 times natural size, as large as the natural object, or slightly smaller.
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Caption: Figure 4: Macrograph of welding species of the combined girth-welded joint with 7 layers [6].
Figure 4 is the pathological downgrading macrographs and micrograph of case 3 from severe dysplasia (Figures 4(a), 4(b), and 4(c)) to mild dysplasia (Figures 4(d), 4(e), and 4(f)).
This finding corresponds with the optical macrograph results for the three dissimilar materials in which the interface line between AA5083 and AA6061 is clearly observed (Fig.
The Korean companies Macrograph, Digital Tetra (DTI) and Footage produced 900 visual effects shots for The Forbidden Kingdom, which is based on the classic Chinese 'Monkey King' story.
KOCCA recently announced that it would support production company Chungeorahm and its CGI partner Macrograph to research and develop CGI for Host 2.
It was reported [15] that the macrograph activation is dependent on the volumetric concentration and size of wear particles.
Macrograph observation of all welds obtained using different welding modes showed that the weld macro-structure is free from defects and good penetration is achieved.
Figures 8(a)-8(c) show the optical macrograph of the side view of fracture surface for samples 1, 2, and 3, and the fracture angle of the surface decreases from 35[degrees] to 10[degrees].
A macrograph of treated steel specimens with an optical microscopic photo is shown in Figure 2.
Figure 8a shows a macrograph of the fractured aluminum surface with the top sheet and rivet removed.