microcrack


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microcrack

A linear defect in the calcified layer of articular cartilage.
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During fluid flow in the microcrack (for exception of the Jamin effect influence) the crack saturation with simultaneous vacuuming were produced at low pressure by the investigated fluid.
The growth of microcracks in granite is random; hence the micro damage evolution process is stochastical and follows a Weibull distribution (Weibull W.
It may be also due to described recently microcrack formation similar in nature to that found in crystalline solids [10].
Focusing on the envelope of the waves rather than on the high-frequency waves themselves made the microcracks easier to detect.
Due to the favorably oriented system of microcracks already present, the shearing and splitting was at the same level during fracturing of specimens with sub-vertical foliation before nucleation began
Some researchers have discussed rejuvenating roads with microwaves--cooking them to promote microcrack healing.
1] is almost entirely ductile; ductile dimples are dominant although some transgranular microcracks with brittle features can also be seen as typical "steps" between the MnS inclusions, Fig.
Figure 11 shows microcrack behavior and the entry of CPU into the PA6 fiber when under a deformation load.
The report demonstrates that microcrack growth is the dominant mode of distress at temperatures below 25[degrees]C and that microcrack healing is the dominant mode of recovery of dissipated pseudostrain energy at these test temperatures.
Grant to develop microcrack system for solar cells & wafers
The AE methods identified the changes in the material during the fatigue load, namely the process of accumulation of damages and the start of microcrack propagation.