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By applying steady and transient shear rheological measurements, the deformability of post-processed samples (fiber) is evaluated at 195[degrees]C in order to keep the fibrillar structure intact.
Score 3, presence of stiff area in center with peripheral deformability of lesion (Figure 4);
If E lies within these limits, then we can assume that the deformability of RBC is normal.
Comparison of the six constriction cases suggests that, with increasing constriction, the RBCs are forced to exhibit higher deformability than in other parts of the microchannel to squeeze through the constriction.
The analysis of the erythrocyte behavior in a hyposmotic gradient is a powerful method that reflects the deformability [28], stability [29, 30], and the membrane composition of these cells, allowing the investigation of the influences of the lipid blood level [31] oxidative aggression [26], among other factors.
(2) The proposed construction measures are effective on significantly improving the performance of bearing capacity and deformability.
The hybrid model allowed simulating the seat sled test, reducing significantly the computational costs with respect to those requested by a full FE strategy and at the same time improving the level of accuracy that can be achieved by a full MB model which does not permit the modelling of the deformability of the seat system.
The phenomenon was mainly due to that the exit of the hole provides greater deformability for the specimen with a hole compared with the intact specimen.
High deformability in addition to remarkable electrical conductivity is one of the most important requirements in developing specific polymer materials for rising markets in electronics and energetics.
The new Escape's sculpted bonnet features a wider, uninterrupted central dome that not only serves to complement Escape's sporty new looks, but also incorporates a structural design that more closely controls deformability and flexibility of the bonnet, improving pedestrian protection in an accident.
The presence of residual stresses in conjunction with high values of axial loads affects the spread of plasticity throughout the height of the steel section and hence may significantly influence both the ultimate strength capacity and inelastic deformability of the composite steel-concrete cross-section.
Reduction in RBC indices, such as MCV and MCH, accompanies the aging of RBC together with a decrease in whole cell deformability while rigidity increases this reduction in deformability which plays a role in the destruction of the RBC [22-24].
When the atom number is 6704, the limit stress of material reaches 6.98 GPa, and when the atom number is 410760, the yield stress is 5.1 GPa; thus the plastic deformability of the material increases.
Degree of Deformability. The deformability of the optimized ethosome was studied using method which was modified from Jain et al.
However, it is indispensable for assessing the material's deformability and its capability to carry the load connected with the pressure tests, as well as in limiting the number of banking and setting to work the steamline in its further service process.