An inverse method of elastic constants for unidirectional fiber-reinforced composite plate
An inverse method is presented to determine the elastic constants of an experimental sample, a titanium graphite unidirectional fiber-reinforced composite plate, using wavelet transform and neural networks.
The shunts with reinforced grafts can keep a higher rate of patency.
Bisphenol-A epoxy resin reinforced and toughened by hyperbranched epoxy resin
The mechanical properties, melt flow rate and Vicat softening point of PPMN significantly had a preferable reinforced state at 6-8 phr PP/MMT graft copolymers (PPGM).
The result indicates that with the surfacing parameter combination of low current and speed, the width and penetration of the bead decrease, reinforcement increases, and dilution rate drops markedly.
With the use of an assistant cooler on a selected operation condition during the surfacing process, the reinforcement of the bead increases, penetration decreases, and dilution rate declines.
The increase of the mechanical properties and thermal properties was owed to the reinforcement of the exfoliated MMT and the compatibilization of the oligomers built by the polar monomers during the solid phase graft copolymerization.
Then, the effect of stirrup arrangement on the ductility of the RC column is discussed in case of buckling of the longitudinal reinforcement and constraint concrete columns.
The axial load ratio and the stirrup reinforcement ratio were the main experimental variables affecting the dynamic behavior of the specimens.
The study on toughening and reinforcing of bisphenol-A epoxy resin is one of important developmental direction in the field.
Extrahypothalamic corticoliberin receptors regulate the reinforcing effects of self-stimulation
Voluntary contraction of hand muscles, e.g., by squeezing a hand dynamometer, is the most convenient method for inducing the associated activation of skeletal muscles, thereby reinforcing the patellar reflex.
It is suggested that associated activation with the reinforcing effect of the Jendrassik maneuver in healthy subjects may be regarded as an approximate model of the excessive background excitation of the motor system in cerebral palsy.
Measures for reinforcing the shielding of the detector's experimental zone are proposed.