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    elongation at break of neat CP is 7.37 MPa, 996 MPa, and 3.07%, respectively. After coating and crosslinking with CNFs, the mechanical properties of CP/CNF significantly improved. In particular, the tensile strength and elastic modulus of the CP/CNF composites with 2.5 wt% of CNFs reached 17.20 and 1489 MPa, respectively, which were approximately 1.3 and 0.5 times higher compared to those of the neat…

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    Microleakage Case Study

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    with a dental material that will be biocompatible with the tooth and resist the hostile oral environment. Dental materials are incorporated into the teeth structure by retention. This retention can accomplished through mechanical, chemical adhesion or bonding mechanisms between materials and the dental structure. Mechanical retention is used when amalgam is placed, by securing it through undercuts, so that the floor is wider than the opening of the preparation. Composite materials or dental…

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    interfacial attachment is the use of bioactive materials (type3). The concept of bioactive materials is intermediate between resorbable and bioinert. Certain compositions of glasses, ceramics, glass-ceramics, and composites have been shown to bond to bone. These materials are also called bioactive ceramics. Some, even more specialized compositions of bioactive glasses, will bond to soft tissues as well as bone. A common characteristic of such bioactive materials is a modification of the surface…

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    These are similar to mineral component that present in bones and hard tissues (Ilie et al., 2016). The combination of ceramic based materials - hydroxyapatite and natural polymer as sodium alginate will provide strength, stiffness and fracture toughness to bone (S. Lala et al., 2016). The composite materials have been used in load bearing application such as filler and bone defect. Alginate (Alg) is a natural polymer which synthesized from brown algae. Alginate is more…

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    CHARACTERISTICS Often materials are subject to forces (loads) when they are used. The mooring lines have to withstand the loads acting on the moored structure in addition to loads acting directly on the mooring components (Bjørnsen 2014). Mechanical engineers calculate those forces and material scientists how materials deform (elongate, compress, and twist) or break as a function of applied load, time, temperature, and other conditions (Virginia.edu 2013). 1.4.1. Tensile Load The mooring line…

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    usually could bid my finished goods fast and get rid of them right away, since I negotiated a short-term delivery. I produced ahead using medium high quality, like fifty quality cotton, when my reputation was low. I produced ahead using high quality material when I had a high reputation and was planning to take bids from high reputation farms. In one game, I had five hundred finished pink nylon hoodies and I could bid many contracts for $75and $100 each and have them delivered in three weeks…

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    Titanium Alloy Essay

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    AC 2.3: Explain the method of making titanium alloy and investigate how the composition and structure of metal alloys, polymers and poly-matrix composites influence the properties of the parent material. 1. Extraction process. 2. Melting process. 3. Storage process. Extraction of Titanium by Kroll process: First titanium ore Rutile (TiO2) is taken. Rutile is converted into titanium sponge by the following process: Titanium tetrachloride (TiCl4) – a colourless compound is obtained as a result…

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    M1 - Justify the selection of suitable materials and techniques for use in the construction of substructures for low-rise domestic and commercial buildings, for two different tutor-specified scenarios Concrete is used for foundations as when compressed, concrete can suffer extremely high compressive stresses before any type of cracking of failure occurs which makes it an ideal substance for supporting large masses such as buildings. Concrete will also be less prone to movement. Also concrete…

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    trapezoidal wave with a small radius and a saw-tooth-form, as shown in Fig. 7 (a). Fig. 7 (b) shows the chip shapes formed during the milling of the MMCs. The composite chips had large radii, and were semi-circular helical type and saw-toothed. The SiC foam reinforcement in the Al matrix diminished the ductility and converted the workpiece material for generating saw-toothed and segmented-type…

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    Koutsomichalis et al (2008) discussed that having high hardness and good adhesion with the substrate the sprayed coating exhibited satisfactory wear resistance. Tungsten carbide is an advanced ceramic material combining a unique set of properties such as high hardness, high melting point, wear resistance, good thermal shock resistance, thermal conductivity and good resistance against oxidation. They can be applied as coatings by thermal spraying processes such as plasma-spraying, high-velocity…

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