PMID: 11203649 Purpose: Fatigue behavior of luting cement film between model fixed partial dentures (FPD) and their dies was investigated to gain a better understanding of the mechanical properties of zinc-phosphate cement. Materials and Methods: Fifty-six brass dies were made, half of them with grooves and half without grooves. A cantilever FPD for each die was cast in Au-Pd-Ag alloy. Four linear strain gauges were attached to the marginal portions of each retainer. The FPDs were cemented to the dies using zinc-phosphate cement. A fatigue test machine was used to cyclically load the specimens with 50 or 100 N for 5.5 3 105 cycles (1 Hz) in 37 C water. During the fatigue test, strain measurements were made after every 0.5 3 105 load cycles to discover if strain response was altered. After completion of the fatigue test, ultimate tensile strength of each specimen was measured and statistically analyzed by 2-way analysis of variance. Results: With or without grooves, strain responses were the same ...
Polyimide (PI) is a commonly used polymer in microelectronics. Recently, numerous PI-based flexible neural interfaces have been developed for reducing mechanical mismatch between rigid implant and soft neural tissue. Most approaches employ non-photosensitive PI, which has been proven earlier to be biocompatible. However, photosensitive polyimide (PSPI) would simplify device fabrication remarkably, but its biocompatibility has been only sparsely reported. In this study, cytotoxicity of spin-coated PSPI (HD Microsystems PI-2771) and conventional PI (HD Microsystems PI-2525) films were evaluated in vitro using BHK-21 fibroblasts according to the ISO-10993-5 standard. PSPIs were tested as cured at a temperature of 200 degrees C (PI-2771-200) and 350 degrees C (PI-2771-350). The PI film surfaces were characterized in terms of their roughness, energy and zeta potential which are hypothesized to affect cell-material interactions. The values of the total surface free energy (SFE), and its polar and ...
A sound knowledge of mechanical properties of rocks at high temperatures and pressures is essential for modelling volcanological problems such as fracture of lava flows and dike emplacement. In particular, fracture toughness is a scale-invariant material property of a rock that describes its resistance to tensile failure. A new fracture mechanics apparatus has been constructed enabling fracture toughness measurements on large (60 mm diameter) rock core samples at temperatures up to 750-C and pressures up to 50 MPa. We present a full description of this apparatus and, by plotting fracture resistance as a function of crack length, show that the size of the samples is sufficient for reliable fracture toughness measurements. A series of tests on Icelandic, Vesuvian and Etnean basalts at temperatures from 30 to 600-C and confining pressures up to 30 MPa gave fracture toughness values between 1.4 and 3.8 MPa m1=2. The Icelandic basalt is the strongest material and the Etnean material sampled from the ...
This is an intensive course covering the basic concepts of fracture mechanics and fatigue, with emphasis on practical applications for metals, ceramics, polymers and composites. The course is suitable for those with no previous formal introduction to the science of fracture and no prior knowledge or experience is assumed.. All topics will be introduced from first principles and the emphasis will be on developing an understanding of concepts of fracture mechanics rather than presenting a "state-of-the-art" review. Lectures will be given by experts in the field with experience of teaching this material to practising engineers and materials scientists on post-experience courses. Supervised examples classes will enable delegates to work on the solution of typical problems and discuss these with the lecturers.. ...
The purpose of the research was to study both the stress intensity and the energy criteria of elastic fractures in order to incorporate the couple-stress effect which is induced by high stress gradient. The high stress gradient will be present whenever there is discontinuity in material geometry or constitution. Initial effort was conducted on a systematic reviewing and evaluation of the couple-stress theory of elasticity and the elastic theory of fracture mechanics.(*FRACTURE(MECHANICS)
It was concluded that H-CB is not mutagenic in the bacterial reverse mutation assay (JAPAN: Guidelines for Screening Mutagenicity Testing Of Chemicals) carried out under the experimental conditions. The test material did not induce any statistically significant, dose-related increases in the frequency of cells with structural or numerical chromosome aberrations either in the presence or absence of a liver enzyme metabolising system or after various exposure times. The test material was therefore considered to be non-c1astogenic to CHL cells in vitro (OECD Guideline 473 (In vitro Mammalian Chromosome Aberration Test)). The test material was not mutagenic to L5178Y cells following a 4-hour exposure in the absence and presence of metabolic activation under the conditions of the test. However, the test material was considered to be mutagenic to L5178Y cells following a 24-hour exposure in the absence of metabolic activation at dose levels with significant levels of test material-induced toxicity ...
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Purpose The purpose of this study was to determine the bioconcentration potential of the test material in fish under flow-through conditions. During the GLP compliant test the lethal and other effects in fish were determined during the exposure period of 28 days. Study Design The study was performed according to the OECD Guideline for Testing of Chemicals 305 (Bioconcentration: Flow-through Fish Test) adopted on June 14, 1996 using two test material concentrations for exposure to Cyprinus carpio. Two environmental concentrations of the test material of 0.02 and 0.002 mg/L were used in this study. The exposure was concentration was maintained using SPAN 20 as solubiliser. The concentrations were verified analytically using a HPLC method with UV detection. Results There were no mortality and no signs of toxicity detected throughout the study in any dose group up to 28 days of exposure. Conclusion The test material showed no relevant toxic potential at concentrations above the limit of water ...
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The early rapid proliferation of epithelium is a pre-requisite for the rapid healing of wound surface of epithelium. In the present tests, the epithelial cells used for identifying test materials are taken from normal human skin, and the cells are cultured and grow in media containing the silicon and calcium microparticles of the present invention prepared according to the process of the Example 2. The specific combinations of chemical ingredients are pre-added in to the cell culture media used in the present tests at the concentrations as depicted in the Table of Fig. 3. One group serves as a control. Experimental groups with the test materials are compared to said control group to determine the induction effect of the test materials on the growth of cells. During the culture procedure, the media are replaced with fresh media having the same specific compositions every four days. Cell proliferation tests are conducted on the 12th and 20th day by counting the total number of cells grown in media ...
The objective of this work is to develop a solid scientific understanding of the creation and characteristics of surface fractures formed during the grinding and polishing of brittle materials, specifically glass. In this study, we have experimentally characterized the morphology, number density, and depth distribution of various surface cracks as a function of various grinding and polishing processes (blanchard, fixed abrasive grinding, loose abrasive, pitch polishing and pad polishing). Also, the effects of load, abrasive particle (size, distribution, foreign particles, geometry, velocity), and lap material (pitch, pad) were examined. The resulting data were evaluated in terms of indentation fracture mechanics and tribological interactions (science of interacting surfaces) leading to several models to explain crack distribution behavior of ground surfaces and to explain the characteristics of scratches formed during polishing. This project has greatly advanced the scientific knowledge of microscopic
Application of Fracture Mechanics to Polymers, Adhesives and Composites, Volume 33 (European Structural Integrity Society) by D R Moore
Fracture mechanics concepts are applied to gain some understanding of the hierarchical nanocomposite structures of hard biological tissues such as bone, tooth and shells. At the most elementary level...
The fracture mechanics parameter of the critical stress intensity factor (Kc) was determined by a modified compact tension test method, for the fracture of bovine tibia cortical bone at orientations of 0°, 15°, 30°, 45°, 75° and 90° to the bone axis. It was established that, for a given loading rate, a variation in orientation from 0-90° produced average increases in Kc from 3.2 to 6.5 MN m−3/2 ...
EFM covers a broad range of topics in fracture mechanics to be of interest and use to both researchers and practitioners. Contributions are welcome...
(J. Soc. Mat. Sci., Japan), Vol. 52, No. 11, pp , Nov Fatigue Life Prediction of Coiled Tubing by Takanori KATO*, Miyuki YAMAMOTO*, Isao SAWAGUCHI** and Tetsuo YONEZAWA*** Coiled tubings,
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A column assembly for use in conjunction with a test machine, for inducing high-cycle fatigue (at kilohertz vibration rates) in a specimen of a material under test. The column assembly has isolation masses, a specimen grip, and two actuators, the latter for imparting dynamic forces to the test specimen. The actuators are arranged on the column assembly asymmetrically relative to the test specimen.
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In determining the fracture toughness of a test specimen, standards currently require either locally-measured load-line displacements or clip gage displacements. In order to measure these parameters, secondary sensors generally need to be installed and calibrated, which often comes at a higher cost. As crosshead displacements are automatically measured in most modern material test machines, use of the crosshead measurements alone would be less expensive. Although much criticism exists on the accuracy of this approach in determining CTOD values, the method can still prove sufficiently accurate for many applications. The current paper aims to assess the magnitude of the errors that arise from using the crosshead displacement in fracture mechanics testing of steels with the Single Edge Notched Bending (SENB) specimen geometry. The results show that for steels with sufficiently large toughness, the use of the crosshead displacement to calculate J and convert to CTOD produces results within 10% of ...
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The Corrositex® assay is a standardized and quantitative in vitro test developed as a replacement for the dermal corrosivity rabbit test. The Corrositex kit, manufactured by In Vitro International (IVI), uses a proprietary biobarrier membrane to model the skin for evaluating the potential dermal corrosivity of a test material. A test material is evaluated based on its penetration through ...
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This thesis describes a brittle fracture simulation method for visual effects applications. Building upon a symmetric Galerkin boundary element method, we first compute stress intensity factors following the theory of linear elastic fracture mechanics. We then use these stress intensities to simulate the motion of a propagating crack front at a significantly higher resolution than the overall deformation of the breaking object. Allowing for spatial variations of the materials toughness during crack propagation produces visually realistic, highly-detailed fracture surfaces. Furthermore, we introduce approximations for stress intensities and crack opening displacements, resulting in both practical speed-up and theoretically superior runtime complexity compared to previous methods. While we choose a quasi-static approach to fracture mechanics, ignoring dynamic deformations, we also couple our fracture simulation framework to a standard rigid-body dynamics solver, enabling visual effects artists to ...
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Besides the classical mechanical properties, the team of Materials Testing investigates the fatigue behavior of materials at very high numbers of load cycles. Due to the existing high frequency testing machines, it is possible to carry out fatigue tests in the very high cycle fatigue regime (VHCF) within a reasonable time. In connection with the existing analytical equipment, fast and well-founded assessments of material conditions or process parameters can be performed. This short-term diagnostics facilitates the active support of material and component developments.. In correlation with Industry 4.0 and digitally supported added value, the validation of these processes is gaining in importance. For this reason many studies focus on the process - property correlation of materials. The competence field of materials characterization and testing develops and analyzes test-based validation processes for the digital twin and understands itself as bridge builder between product or process simulation ...
stability. Their composition was evaluated using infrared spectroscopy and electronic microscopy type SEM with and EDAX module The cytotoxicity test for fibroblast growth using direct contact method was the in vitro biocompatibility evaluation for all studied films.. Cuvinte cheie: bioactivation; CoCr alloys; passive films; titanium. ...
The well - selected testing machines enable fatigue testing of materials samples and components at very high test frequencies (f ≤ 20 kHz), allowing a highly accelerated determination of cyclic material characteristics. Significantly shorter test times are advantageous, for example, in the development accompanying component validation or the time-critical analysis of different development approaches. This so-called short-term diagnosis allows to provide fast data for FE calculations or to evaluate different manufacturing parameters in relative comparison. Especially in the range of very high load cycles, the state (for example microstructural change due to heat treatment) of the investigated material can decisively influence the fatigue behavior. As a result, a lifetime prediction with known regulations such as the FKM guideline - Computational fatigue analysis for machine components, may be too conservative or the strength capacity of the material is overestimated. For the best possible ...
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PREFACE. PART I INTRODUCTION TO MATERIAL SCIENCE.. 1. What Is Materials Chemistry?. A. Different Types of Materials.. B. Uses of Materials.. C. Approaches to Producing New Materials, New Properties, and Uses.. D. Devices and Machines.. E. The Role of Chemistry in Materials Science.. F. A Broader Perspective.. G. Terminology.. H. Example Journals Where Materials Science Publications Can be Found.. I. Study Questions.. 2. Fundamental Principles that Underlie Materials Chemistry.. A. Why Are Different Materials Different.. B. The Role of Different Elements.. C. Different Types of Chemical Bonds.. D. Size of Molecular Units.. E. Different Shapes of Component Molecules and Infl uence of Solid-State Structure.. F. Suggestions for Further Reading.. G. Study Questions.. 3. Basic Synthesis and Reaction Chemistry.. A. Underlying Principles.. B. Starting Points for Materials Synthesis-Isolation of Elements.. C. Principles that Underlie Materials Synthesis.. D. Illustrative Chemistry of Selected Nonmetallic ...
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Methods: Ten cylindrical specimens of three commercial glass ionomers cements (Vidrion R - S.S. White, Maxxion R - FGM and Vitromolar DFL) were prepared (n=30) without surface finishing or protection. Twenty-four hours after preparation, the surface roughness measurements were obtained as the mean of three readings of the surface of each specimen by profilometry. The roughness values (Ra, μm) were subjected to one-way ANOVA and Tukey′s test ( ...
By means of vital staining with indicators a study has been made of the changes in reaction and in certain other attributes of a tissue abruptly rendered ischemic. Grafts of mouse skin have been employed as test material. It has been found that almost at once after implantation vigorous grafts become notably acid as compared with the normal skin and that they survive and "take" despite the acid condition, which remains at a maximum for several days. Weak or injured grafts on the contrary tend to be as alkaline as their surroundings, if not more so. Through experiments directed to the purpose reasons for this difference have been found in the lessened metabolic activities of the cells of the injured skin, and in an increased permeability which leads to a generalized suffusion of the damaged tissue with the alkaline lymph and an abnormally rapid escape of carbon dioxide from it. The influence of these factors to determine the reaction of tissues dying within the body has not been sufficiently ...
Use freetext template and delete/add elements as appropriate. Enter any details that could be relevant for evaluating this study summary or that are requested by the respective regulatory programme. Consult the programme-specific guidance (e.g. OECD HPVC, Pesticides NAFTA or EU REACH) thereof.. Note that any information that can be claimed confidential should be included in the subsequent field Confidential details on test material.. Explanations:. - Name of test material (as cited in study report): only if different from any other identifiers provided in the preceding fields.. - Molecular formula (if other than submission substance): specify. - Molecular weight (if other than submission substance): specify. - Smiles notation (if other than submission substance): provide if available. - InChl (if other than submission substance): provide if available. - Structural formula attached as image file (if other than submission substance): see Fig.: only if different from submission substance. ...
Right now, Im wondering if the local syntactians are using murals to post mid-term questions or something. Wouldnt that be great? Get the kids out of the classroom, present test materials in an engaging and aesthetically pleasing way, etc. Think what this very artist (who doesnt seem to be identified anywhere -- and I think its a set of people who do these) could do with some Upper Midwestern isoglosses! The Great Vowel Shift! fMRI scans of the brain during production of an irregular verb! My head is spinning ...
On the next class period, everyone should take the test independently, not as a group. Report in the worksheet the tally of the best score for each student in your group. Compare scores. You can pool scores across student groups, create a bar graph of the distribution of scores for everyone in each condition. That is, graph how many students scored from 0-20%, how many from 20-40%, 40-80%, 80-100%.. The Test Material - matching items. ...
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Copy from TriField Meters (AlphaLab). The TriboElectric Series When two different materials are pressed or rubbed together, the surface of one material will generally steal some electrons from the surface of the other material. The material that steals electrons has the stronger affinity for negative charge of the two materials, and that surface will be negatively charged after the materials are separated. (Of course the other material will have an equal amount of positive charge.) If various insulating materials are pressed or rubbed together and then the amount and polarity of the charge on each surface is separately measured, a very reproducible pattern emerges. For insulators, the table below can be used to predict which will become positive v.s. negative and how strong the effect will be. This table can be used to select materials that will minimize static charging. For example, if uncoated paper (with a positive charge affinity value of +10 nC/J) is squeezed by a pinch roller made of butyl ...
The2017ZJU-StanfordSymposiumonMaterialsSciencewasheldonZJUsYuquanCampusonOctober11-12,providinganexcellentplatformforaround200facultymembersandstudentstolearnanddiscussthelatestresearchfindingsonmaterialsscience.AdelegationofnineresearchersfromStanfordUniversityattendedtheevent.OpeningremarksbyPaulMcIntyreandHANGaorongAttheopeningceremony,Prof.PaulMcIntyre,chairofmaterialsscienceandengineeringatStanford(MSEStanford),andProf.HANGaorong,deanofZJUsSchoolofMaterialsScienceandEngineering(MSEZJU),ex
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In the past, the standard process for testing materials for biocompatibility followed a precise pyramidal structure. The first level is in vitro testing, which does not necessarily have to be clearly applicable to the final use of the material.2 Next, there is in vivo testing with animals and, finally, in-use or clinical testing. Only the materials that successfully passed the first level could be evaluated at the second level. The model is pyramidal because in the first level all the materials and substances are tested, but some are dismissed, so in the second level there are fewer materials and substances to be tested.. In this model, the initial tests cannot always predict the behavior of the material in actual use. In order to test that, the tests performed in the last level (in-use/clinical) are necessary.. Currently, the pyramidal model is still used, but its less strict. This is due to the fact that the tests done at the first and second levels (in vitro tests and in vivo tests with ...
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Characterization may involve testing the physical properties of a material, or analysis of the materials interior structure. Often advanced microscopy or elemental analysis are used to magnify or visualize internal structure and gain an understanding of the distribution and interaction of elements within the specimen.. By fully understanding the properties of a material at the elemental level, we can gain greater insight as to how the material will perform in its desired application, or how it may be altered to suit a particular use.. ...
Testing and characterization of composite materials is a field of expertise which is absolutely necessary to be able to perform, understand, develop, and produce optimized composite constructions/structures. FiReCo has close collaboration with the mechanical test facilities/laboratories at SINTEF, FFI, and Inspecta in Norway, but has also a history of relations with several institutes around Europe as e.g. KTH (Sweden), VTT (Finland), DTU (Denmark) and DNV GL (Norway/Germany).. Through mechanical testing the absolutely necessary material parameters (strength and stiffness in the main directions of the laminates) are determined. The testing is performed after European (ISO) or American (ASTM) standards and consists of several different types of tests. After the testing is performed, it is a long and complex mathematical and theoretical path from these results to the layer -material data necessary to be able to perform complex analysis, and through them, optimizes any composite construction ...
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Ryan - while technically you are correct in that metals and other materials are forged or cast go to Looks website and download the PDF product catalog wherein they describe how the bottom brackets and lugs are forged through their patented process. Now what does that actually mean? Im not completely sure but I believe it refers to an autoclave process with matched metal molds (they refer to a very high pressure for the BB). Also many products today are made with a CF injection molding process that could be construed to be a casting process (though technically casting is un-pressurized) . In other words there are a lot of technical terms that are bandied about with regards to CF manufacturing. I was simply using the terms Look uses as I dont know the exact process employed. Looking at the complexity, undercuts, high density and lack of weave in the upper part of the seat post I surmised that the top clamp support section is molded under high pressure. You can see an overwrapping covering the ...
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Cornbread or Scone Pan cooking information, facts and recipes. Typically made of cast iron but also available in other materials, this pan is built for the purpose of making individual servings of scones or cornbread.
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Nonequilibrium materials have always been of particular importance in materials science and application since most of the structural materials commonly used are not in the condition of stable equilibrium.
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Solvay materials have been used to make what the company says is the worlds first e-bike made out of injection-molded composite materials.
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A multi-authored text of this sort grows by accretion, posing challenges to editors but also offering 75 years of wisdom, memorable pearls, and flashes of wit. Portions of prior editions persist in the current edition, and we have given credit to recent former contributors at the end of each chapter. Such a text also tends to grow in length with each edition, as contributors add to existing text and as pharmacotherapy advances. To keep the length manageable and in a single volume, Dr. Randa Hilal-Dandan and I prepared a shortened version of each chapter and then invited contributors to add back old material that was essential and to add new material. We also elected to discard the use of extract (very small) type and to use more figures to explain signaling pathways and mechanisms of drug action. Not wanting to favor one companys preparation of an agent over that of another, we have ceased to use trade names except as needed to refer to drug combinations or to distinguish multiple formulations ...
The objective of the test is to measure the residual deformation of the test sample after cyclic bi-axial strain.. The material is cycled, using the Lastometer, a defined number of times to a specific force or distance and at each cycle the distance is held for a set time whilst the material relaxes At the end of the set number of cycles the material is allowed to relax after which the is residual deformation automatically measured.. ...
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