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a thin outer covering of an object

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That is, we consider a circular elastic membrane, held at a potential V, which is fixed at the boundary.
2] in the internal elastic membrane is produced by lysyl oxidase [26].
The internal and external elastic membrane was also very prominent.
The internal elastic membrane responsible for the thinning of the artery wall is either reduced in size or absent causing the media to retract to the junction of the aneurysm neck with the parent blood vessel.
In arteries, it is relatively thick and extends from the internal elastic membrane to the external elastic membrane.
The torque loading changes insignificantly their elastic membrane vibration frequencies (Sorohan & Sandu, 1997).
The relationship between pressure and maximum deflection for the case of an elastic membrane, shown in Figure 3, assuming a spherical deflection profile, can be derived using a force balance and is given by
Tuzcu pointed out that angiographic assessment of atherosclerotic lesions is based on an inherent assumption that the external elastic membrane area in the so-called reference segment is representative of the original vessel size at the lesion site.
The images provide a view once seen only at autopsy of the intima, the endothelium, the media, and the external elastic membrane where the adventitia begins.
Because the eardrum is a thin, elastic membrane that is stretched as tight as a drum, it vibrates when it is hit.
According to Chow, such fluctuations can be described by simple equations that also apply to a string or polymer strand glued flat to an elastic membrane.
The only special material data required by the program are a set of "hyperelastic material constants" that provide information analogous to an elastic modulus for the melt, which is assumed to be an infinitely elastic membrane.