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The first one is increase of composite Young's modulus, second one is significant embrittling effect on the composite.
The results suggest that the MOR reduction is due to residual acid either embrittling the fiber or interfering with UF adhesion.
Material to be ground moves through a cooling conveyor, where it is sprayed with liquid nitrogen (-320 F) for chilling and embrittling before grinding.
Generally, the addition of rigid particles to a polymer matrix will have an embrittling effect on the particulate composite.
Alternatively, the heterogeneous distribution and variety of embrittling phases make it difficult to verify that heat treatment objectives are met.
is the embrittling factor in Eq 4, and there needs to be a better understanding of what factors govern microvoiding or microcracking associated with reinforcements, particularly at the nanoscale.
Osteoporosis, an embrittling bone loss common among postmenopausal women, causes roughly 1.
The E-Agent - or embrittling agent - is a special chemical ingredient that is reducing the amount of energy needed to make certain Xerox printer toner by up to 22 percent.
Goal--The heterogeneous distribution and variety of embrittling phases makes it difficult to verify if heat-treatment objectives are achieved in austenitic manganese steels by microstructure interpretation.
The extensive cracking and embrittling observed in Hubble Telescope Teflon(R) samples are likely due to other the species present in Low Earth Orbit (higher energy photons, soft X-rays, electrons, protons, etc.
Material to be ground moves through a cooling conveyor where it is sprayed with liquid nitrogen (-320 F) for chilling and embrittling before grinding.
016% shows a significant embrittling effect in the 12-mm sections.
Such an embrittling effect clearly arose from the loss in ductility when the stiff LCP granules were added to the pre-compounded resins (Table 3).
These include composition of the steel; process variables; relative strength of the matrix with respect to the grain boundary; and size, distribution and morphology of the embrittling constituent.
In case of dynamic loading, however, we consider that the statically confirmed embrittling can be related with a toughening mechanism also.