random structure

random structure

[′ran·dəm ′strək·chər]
(crystallography)
A crystal structure in which different types of atoms are associated with the various points in a crystal lattice in a random fashion.
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The proposed model presented in this study, simulates the interfacial structure of the junction between different layers as a random structure.
Amorphous alloys are unique materials that are distinguished by their ability to retain a random structure when they solidify, in contrast to the crystalline atomic structure that forms in ordinary metals and alloys.
18-21] have developed the orthogonal polynomial method to approximate the dynamics response of linear random structure by a series of orthogonal basis functions.
Throughout this paper, a random structure is always chosen uniformly at random from a given family of structures.
Unfortunately, their random structure makes metallic glasses quite brittle.
Random structure allows for the student to choose his or her own pace through the lesson, the sequence of the topics and activities, and the number of times that he or she wants to review (or return to) a topic.
Webs from aerodynamic Fehrer web forming and random carding machines are characterized by a totally random structure, isotropic strength distribution and extreme softness.
It is the resemblance between eukaryotic gene structure and the hypothetically random structure of such sequences in the "primordial soup' that makes Senapathy argue for the precedence of primordial eukaryotes.
BMGs are amorphous alloys derived from unique alloy combinations whose disparate atoms retain a random structure when they solidify and as a result, a BMG alloy can be formed into a finished product like a plastic.
Throughout this paper, a random structure is chosen uniformly from a set under consideration.
In the following phase, around 2009-10, when jeong Zik Seong began consciously rejecting literal representation, she sometimes fragmented the images of the houses or random structures even more; almost as in analytic Cubism, the closed structure of the houses evolved into.