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نتایج جستجو برای Polar-orthotropy

تعداد نتایج: 27082  
2008
Igor Sevostianov, Mark Kachanov,

The theory of anisotropic elasticity was originally motivated by applications to crystals, where geometric symmetries hold with high precision. In contrast, symmetries of the effective elastic responses of heterogeneous materials are usually approximate due to various imperfections of microgeometry. A related issue is that available data on the elastic constants may be incomplete or imprecise; ...

2008
S. Leelavanichkul, A. Cherkaev,

Article history: Received 17 June 2008 Accepted 17 June 2008 Available online 30 October 2008

M. Adabitabar firozja, M. Taginejad, S. Firouzian,

In many real world problems, data sometimes comes from n agents (n≥2), multipolar information exists. For issues that are associated with uncertainty, this information can not be showed with the values of crisp, fuzzy, intuitionistic or bipolar. Graph is one of the mathematical models widely used in different sciences. Ambiguity in a graph where data depends on the n parameter can not be showed...

For a polynomial p(z) of degree n, having all zeros in |z|< k, k< 1, Dewan et al [K. K. Dewan, N. Singh and A. Mir, Extension of some polynomial inequalities to the polar derivative, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 352 (2009) 807-815] obtained inequality between the polar derivative of p(z) and maximum modulus of p(z). In this paper we improve and extend the above inequality. Our result generalizes certai...

Ahmaditaba, M.A., Gozari, M., Moradi , Y., Nazemi, M., Rezvani Gilkolai, F., Salari, Z.,

Sponges are the simplest multicellular animals that lack defense mechanisms and rely on chemical defense  that have been used by mankind to develop antimicrobial drugs against diseases.  The present study was designed to demonstrate the antibacterial and antifungal activities of marine sponge Dysidea pallescens semipolar and nonpolar extracts. In this study, D. pallescens were collected from He...

Journal: :Physical review letters 2001
S Cho, S J Youn, Y Kim, A DiVenere, G K Wong, A J Freeman, J B Ketterson,

We have observed an epilayer-thickness-dependent polarity inversion for the growth of CdTe on Sb(Bi)/CdTe(111)B. For films with Sb(Bi) thicknesses of less than 40 A (15 A), the CdTe layer shows a B (Te-terminated) face, but it switches to an A (Cd-terminated) face for thicker layers. On the other hand, a CdTe layer grown on Bi(Sb)/CdTe(111)A always shows the A face regardless of Sb or Bi layer ...

2017
Quang Tung Nguyen, Jean-Christophe Thomas, Anh Le Van, Anh Le,

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2014
Xi Ding, Sheng-Hui Liao, Xing-Hao Zhu, Hui-Ming Wang,

OBJECTIVE The study was to investigate the impact of orthotropic material on the biomechanics of dental implant, based on a detailed mandible with high geometric and mechanical similarity. MATERIALS AND METHODS Multiple data sources were used to elaborate detailed biological structures and implant CAD models. In addition, an extended orthotropic material assignment methodology based on harmon...

2012
Nafiseh Babaee, Abbas N Moghaddam,

Background The polar coordinate system adapts best to the morphology of the heart. The recently developed sequences that allow the CMR Tagging in the circular and radial directions facilitate the calculation and presentation of the myocardium mechanics. Development of the corresponding processing methods is required to further enhance the utilization of these sequences. Here we suggest a proces...

Journal: :iranian journal of fisheries science 0
m. nazemi, y. moradi, f. rezvani gilkolai, m.a. ahmaditaba, m. gozari, z. salari,

sponges are the simplest multicellular animals that lack defense mechanisms and rely on chemical defense  that have been used by mankind to develop antimicrobial drugs against diseases.  the present study was designed to demonstrate the antibacterial and antifungal activities of marine sponge dysidea pallescens semipolar and nonpolar extracts. in this study, d. pallescens were collected from he...