equiaxial

e·qui·ax·i·al

(ē'kwi-ak'sē-ăl),
Having axes of equal length.

equiaxial

/equi·ax·i·al/ (e″kwĭ-ak´se-il) having axes of the same length.

e·qui·ax·i·al

(ē'kwē-ak'sē-ăl)
Having axes of equal length.
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In addition, the grains begin to coarsen with elevated temperature, and the equiaxial [alpha] disappears when the deformation temperature passes 1,253 K.
26) this plate-like particle shape is one of the unique features of mesoporous silica derived from kaolinite, and differs from the equiaxial particle shapes of materials from other silica sources.
3) consist of globular and acicular a grains (white grains) within a matrix containing equiaxial grains a (dark grains).
Stereometric analysis was used to evaluate linear and spatial parameters of pores in Ni-Cr-B-Si coatings under the idealised presumption that a pore in in spray coating is almost an equiaxial spherical void with no sharp edges (Kumar, 2000).
6, (ii) for the blend with 20% PLA the specimens stretched at 50[degrees]C shows nearly equiaxial nodules while the applied strain corresponds to an eccentricity of 1.
small value of which characterizes equiaxial type of solidification and big one indicates presence of the dendrite columnar structure;
The solidification often started with the formation of a dendritic pre-eutectic phase, which hindered the melt flow more effectively than equiaxial or eutectic particles.
O material foi recozido a 600[grados]C por uma hora, com resfriamento rapido ao ar, sofrendo recristalizacao e crescimento de grao, exibindo finalmente estrutura granular equiaxial, com tamanho medio de grao D = 80 [micron]m.
One may note that in all aluminium alloys, equiaxial grain structures have been developed, which differ significantly in average grain size.
Calculated equiaxial shape was obtained by averaging of different shapes of the drop, calculated within first 3 s of the modeling.
The dots aligned on the vertical axis, serving to assess the axial strain, are applied with an elliptic shape in such a way that they tend to get a more equiaxial shape on stretching.