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microstructure

[¦mī·krō′strək·chər]
(science and technology)
The structure of an object, organism, or material as revealed by a microscope of a magnification over 10 times.
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Results of microstructure investigation that are presented in this paper mainly can confirm facts that the initial microstructure of the 14MoV6-3 low-alloyed steel features the mixture of bainite with ferrite, sometimes with a small amount of pearlite and significant amount of the M3C carbides and numerous, very fine MC type ones.
The aim of this article is to study the effect of temperatures and pulling rates on microstructure and mechanical properties of 6061 aluminium alloy using Bridgman-type vacuum furnace with LMC method.
where [L.sub.i] is the area and aspect ratio of an arbitrary modified secondary phase in the microstructure, n is the number of particles measured in a view field, and m is the number of the fields for quantification.
Fang, "Rapid measurement of a high step microstructure with 90[degrees] steep sidewall," Review of Scientific Instruments, vol.
Within this section, the accumulation of microstructure defects and mechanical property defects in materials may have been caused by cyclic loading [23-25].
The above studies indicate that the various microstructure of the welded joint is an important parameter of affecting corrosion resistance.
For a given casting design and manufacturing process, the multi-scale defect and microstructure module simulates and predicts populations of defects and microstructure constituents in every node of the interested product.
Different from the metal system, the carbon fiber composites have the unique features of anisotropic properties, heterogeneous multiscale microstructure, and large variations in the material properties induced by the injecting/compression molding process.
Previous research indicates that a certain microstructure of the drag reducer has positive effects on the drag reduction performance; however, the relationship between the drag reduction mechanism and the microstructure of the drag reducer has not been well studied.
Scientists at the University of Ghana investigated the optimum processing conditions needed as well as the influence of inulin and polydextrose mixtures as sucrose replacers on the rheological properties, microstructure and textural qualities of sugar-free chocolate during its manufacture.
The microstructure consists of soft regions of entangled chains and hard regions of lamellae or spherulites anchored to nanoparticle nucleating agents.
FSP is a solid state process, which can tailor the microstructure by severe plastic deformation and frictional heat.