micromechanism

micromechanism

[¦mī·krō ′mek·ə‚niz·əm]
(engineering)
A mechanical component with submillimeter dimensions and corresponding tolerances of the order of 1 micrometer or less.
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[1, 18] developed a three-dimensional constitutive model, well known as the "BPA" model, based on the micromechanism of viscoplastic flow and the macromolecular structure.
Ma, "Diffusion micromechanism of coal bed methane in coal pores," Coal Geology & Exploration, vol.
The microdisplacement distribution is helpful to reveal micromechanism of crack propagation [15, 18].
Micromechanism Studies on the Effect of NOMMT on the Performance of Rubber Asphalt
As the social consensus system is a typical self-organized emerging system which has the micro-macro effects, the characteristics of Multiagent System determine that it is not only a powerful tool to explore the micromechanism of complex systems but also an important method to study the micro-macro effects [37], which is very suitable to study the evolution of complex system [17].
At present, research has focused on the following aspects in China: (1) the comparison between water flooding and ASP flooding, polymer flooding [67, 79, 80], (2) micromechanism of enhancing oil displacement efficiency of ASP [81, 82], (3) the interaction between components of ASP and formation fluid, as well as formation mineral [67, 74-76], (4) the synergy between various components of ASP flooding [13-15, 83].
Metabolic changes caused by the DM can modify the micromechanism of the inner ear, causing subclinical early results [2].
Micromechanism of polycrystalline cemented diamond tool wear during milling of wood based materials.
This study indicates the insight into the micromechanism of deformation and fracture due to slow crack propagation during the FNCT test.
To compensate those deformations, occurring under certain conditions of environment, the proposed project solution is to equip a standard spatial three-axes parallel microrobot (tripod) with additional two rotational degrees of freedom, which--through the control system--will result in decreasing inaccuracies resulting from thermal expansion of the micromechanism's components [35].
The organization of above complex structure has higher strength than a single layer structure, since this structure could absorb a lot of energy when impacted by external force, effectively restrains the expansion of the micro cracks, and avoids the appearance of fatigue wear and fracture micromechanism wear.