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oriented

[′ȯr·ē‚ent·əd]
(geology)
Pertaining to a specimen that is so marked as to show its exact, original position in space.
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Test result showed that tire stiffness contributes a great deal to the handling stability, and the tire whose short fibers were oriented to circumferential direction proved to have much improved tire stiffness and showed extremely improved steering response, but on the contrary, its lide comfort degradid.
Trial tires that had short fibers oriented to the radial direction of the tire proved to have improved tire stiffness, consequently, improved steering response, but the ride comfort against shocks, etc.
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After MD orienting, the film is "shocked" with a chill roll, and then MD oriented again to a much greater extent to open up porosity by pulling the polymer away from the filler particles.
Another product family for which FlexTech expects big growth is oriented three- and five-layer LLDPE films.
Foster-Miller executives say the process offers flexibility to tailor properties of the oriented film.
The concept for structural components would involve multilayer, laminated stacks of oriented film, which then could be processed as thermoformed sheet.
Software vendors and system integrators are working with the Webalo UPS to enhance their coming generation of service oriented business applications.