circular fiber

circular fiber

any one of the many fibers in the free gingiva that encircle the teeth. Compare alveolar crestal fiber, apical fiber.
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equiv] is the equivalent diameter of a circular fiber with the same cross-sectional area.
Covering first particulate composites then two-dimensional models of fibrous composites, he considers such topics as potential fields of interacting spherical inclusions, the conductivity of a solid with spheroidal inclusions, circular fiber composite with perfect interfaces, and fibrous composites with anisotropic constituents.
In the case of circular fiber spinning, the final dimension of as-spun fiber is determined only by the drawdown ratio.
Longitudinal sections confirm the difference in width of the myofilament zone in relation to the mitochondrial core of the two circular fiber types [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED].
It appears, therefore, that a general value of [Xi] = 2 for the transverse elastic modulus of circular fiber reinforced materials is somewhat controversial; this value being considered appropriate more for spherical reinforcement and less for fiber reinforcement.
In contrast, in Lolliguncula brevis activation of the CMP circular fibers also appears to boost jet power during some non-escape jets (Bartol, 2001).
Numerical analysis of composites having circular fibers (carbon fiber reinforced composite) at high volume concentration was reported recently (Piche et al.
In previous reports, investigation on circular fibers suggested that the tension increases monotonically along the spinline [11-13, 16].
Writing for graduate students researchers, and technologists he discusses such aspects as the Hamiltonian formulation of Maxwell equations for the modes of anisotropic waveguides, circular fibers made of isotopic materials, modes at the interface between two materials, planar metal/dielectric metamaterials, and semi-analytical methods of solving nonlinear equations of two variables.
A few closely spaced circular fibers also become visible in the telotrochal region.
Presumably the small, Na-channel-rich fibers are central circular fibers (3.
134 [degrees] C), there is a comparatively small degree of surface melting and the compaction pressure produces a cross section showing a somewhat irregular hexagonal network, where the original circular fibers evidently deform by shear into irregular hexagons.