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  • Three‐dimensional printing of high‐mass loading

    2021-3-29 · The printing materials in the SLS process can be metal, polymer, ceramic, and composites. The main advantage of the SLS is the rich choices of printing materials compared with other 3D printing technologies, which provides excellent opportunities to fabricate 3D-printed electrodes for energy storage devices in a highly efficient way.

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  • Gas Turbine Engines | Aerospace | Saint-Gobain Seals

    Polymer Seals and Materials for Aerospace Engine Systems. Gas turbine engines are the most widely used form of propulsion system for modern aircraft (with jet engines being a main type) and have made a large impact on how we travel. In a modern gas turbine, pressurized gas spins the turbine by burning propane, natural gas, kerosene or jet fuel.

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  • Aspects Regarding the use of Three Types of Polymers as ...

    partial edentations through three types of PDs, achieved of Meliodent-Kulzer acrylic resin, Valplast® polyamide resin, respectively of BioDentaplast-Bredent acetal resin. Investigations were ...

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  • Polymer matrix composites in 3D printing: A state of

    2020-1-1 · In FDM printers tailor made products can be obtained with the extrusion of thin successive layers by using feedstock filament wire made up of different polymer matrix composites. 3D printers run under the coding system like (G-code) and (M−code) and to complete the process various structural strategies can be followed by the 3D printers .

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  • 3D printing of biomedically relevant polymer

    2021-4-26 · Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), a transparent, lightweight thermoplastic resin, and synthesized by polymerizing methyl methacrylate, is also beneficial in several biomedical applications including intraocular eye lenses, bone cements for affixing implants, dentures, dental filling materials, ocular prostheses, and cosmetic surgery, all of which are because of the polymer’s good …

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  • Wind turbine blade carbon nanotubes polymer nano ...

    2014-10-7 · The team has made analysis on the feasibility and unique advantages of carbon nanotubes polymer nanocomposites used as the materials for wind turbine blade manufacturing. Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are a kind of tubular one-dimensional nano material with excellent mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties.

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  • Dental Handpiece - HENAN BAISTRA INDUSTRIES

    China Dental Handpiece catalog of New Arrival Cleaning Lubrication Oil for Dental Handpiece, Most Popular Dental High Speed Handpiece 4 Holes Quick Connector provided by China manufacturer - HENAN BAISTRA INDUSTRIES CORP., page3.

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  • 3D printing technologies: techniques, materials, and

    2020-6-1 · In 2PP, the three-dimensional structure is formed by localizing the polymerization area and focusing the photochemistry to ensure higher resolution. This is achieved by using a chemistry that starts polymerizing using the energy from two photons instead of one.

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  • Investigation on the Flexural Properties and Glass ...

    According to Debnath et al. (2013, pp. 25-40), Polymer Matrix Composite (PMC) is made up of polymer/matrix and reinforcement/fibre. Both these materials exhibit different properties,

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  • Fractional Dynamics of Fluid-Conveying Pipes Made of ...

    2018-3-7 · The fluid-conveying pipes made of polymer-like materials are widely applied in engineering fields. However, the fractional dynamics of fluid–solid interaction remain unknown. In this work, the fractional dynamics of the pipes subjected to the excitation of supporting foundation are studied. A new nonlinear, fractional-order dynamic model is presented.

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  • Aspects Regarding the use of Three Types of Polymers as ...

    achieved of these three polymeric dental materials. After the completion of the habituation period to PDs (4 weeks), we conducted the monitoring of the results.

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  • Three-Dimensional Cell Culture Matrices: State of the

    2019-9-9 · VEGF/BMP-2 loaded three-dimensional model for enhanced angiogenic and odontogenic potential of dental pulp stem cells 14 November 2017 | International Endodontic Journal, Vol. 51, No. 4 Modulation of surface stiffness and cell patterning on polymer films using micropatterns

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  • DRAMATIC REDUCTION OF GAS TURBINE FOULING WITH

    2021-5-18 · filtration. It is made from a biaxial stretching process on PTFE tape, creating the microporous structure as shown in the picture. The fibers are connected by nodes. The three-dimensional structure of the membrane and the submicron fiber size allow it to achieve high filtration efficiency, low pressure loss, and relatively high strength.

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  • Polymer Materials Selection for Radiation-Sterilized ...

    2000-2-1 · With a basic understanding of the effects of radiation on polymers, reference data available from polymer manufacturers and other sources, and a thorough understanding of the product's manufacturing process and intended use, wise choices of radiation-tolerant materials can be made for the majority of medical product applications.

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  • Polymer Hydrogels and Their Applications

    2017-6-10 · on their flow behavior in steady-state [8]. For food materials and biomaterials, gels and the hydrogels terms are used mutually. Rosiak et al define hydrogel as the three-dimensional network structures obtained from synthetic or natural polymers that absorb and retain large amount of water [9]. Hydrogels have various types of physical forms viz.

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  • Tracing the History of Polymeric Materials, Part 3 ...

    2020-8-20 · lamination, as shown in Figure1[33,34]. AM technologies of polymer-based materials are reviewed in Table1. Polymers 2020, 12, x FOR PEER REVIEW 3 of 33 and cellulose-based 4D printing materials are reviewed. Finally, the limitations and future trends of cellulose-based AM materials are also provided. 2. Polymer-Based Additive Manufacturing 2.1.

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  • Extending Cellulose-Based Polymers Application in

    2020-2-25 · Fibre-reinforced polymer composite pipes are used for everything from sewer upgrades and wastewater projects to desalination, oil, and gas applications. When corrosion becomes a problem with pipes made with traditional materials, fibre-reinforced polymer is a solution [3, 73].

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  • Introduction to Composite Materials | IntechOpen

    2020-12-22 · How is a composite material made? The need to produce new materials: Ancient human beings used clay, wood, stone, glass or metal as building materials. These materials have limitations; they corrode or rot easily, are heavy, bulky or difficult to shape or carve. Continuous research and development has been done in searching for new […]

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  • Patient-Specific Surgical Implants Made of 3D Printed

    Additive manufacturing (AM) is rapidly gaining acceptance in the healthcare sector. Three-dimensional (3D) virtual surgical planning, fabrication of anatomical models, and patient-specific implants (PSI) are well-established processes in the surgical fields. Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) has been used, mainly in the reconstructive surgeries as a reliable alternative to other alloplastic ...

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  • Polymer Hydrogels and Their Applications

    2017-6-10 · on their flow behavior in steady-state [8]. For food materials and biomaterials, gels and the hydrogels terms are used mutually. Rosiak et al define hydrogel as the three-dimensional network structures obtained from synthetic or natural polymers that absorb and retain large amount of water [9]. Hydrogels have various types of physical forms viz.

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  • Introduction to Composite Materials | IntechOpen

    2020-2-25 · Composite materials have played an important role throughout human history, from housing early civilizations to enabling future innovations. Composites offer many benefits; the key among them are corrosion resistance, design flexibility, durability, light weight, and strength. Composites have permeated our everyday lives such as products that are used in constructions, medical applications ...

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  • Tracing the History of Polymeric Materials, Part 3 ...

    2020-9-29 · 杨振国职称:教授办公地点:上海市邯郸路220号复旦大学先进材料楼407室联系电话:021-65642523电子邮箱:[email protected]n学习工作经历:1978.2-1988.3华东理工大学本科生、硕士生、博士生1988.4-1994.3华东理工大学讲师、副教授1994.4 ...

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  • How is a composite material made? - A Plus Topper

    2020-12-22 · How is a composite material made? The need to produce new materials: Ancient human beings used clay, wood, stone, glass or metal as building materials. These materials have limitations; they corrode or rot easily, are heavy, bulky or difficult to shape or carve. Continuous research and development has been done in searching for new […]

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  • Current advances and future perspectives of additive ...

    2021-3-17 · The performance of the piezoelectric nanogenerator depends on two aspects, that is, the materials with piezoelectric effect and the strain of the structure. 110, 111 PVDF, 112 nylon 11, 113 and PLA 114 are basic polymer materials with good piezoelectric properties, which have been widely used in FDM, SLS, and DIW 3D printing.

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  • Development of a Novel Technique Using Finite

    2020-10-28 · High strength-to-weight ratio, excellent corrosion resistance, flexibility, superior fatigue performance, and cost competitiveness have made thermoplastic fiber reinforced polymer composites (TP-FRPCs) a material of choice for the manufacture of pipe products for use in the oil and gas industry.

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  • Fkm rubber compounding - Polycomp

    2021-7-3 · Normally the polymer is cross-linked to form a three-dimensional network. The driving force for recovery upon deformation is the tendency of chain segments to return to their disordered state. Generally, fluorocarbon chains are relatively stiff compared to hydrocarbons, and therefore show rather slow relaxation and recovery from strain.

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  • Additive Manufacturing Technology: Potential

    2014-11-22 · encompasses “dental.” ... the hundreds or thousands until a three-dimensional object emerges. Raw materials may be in ... 14 A polymer is a chemical compound made of small molecules that are arranged in a simple repeating struc-ture to form a larger molecule.

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  • Polymer Hydrogels and Their Applications

    2017-6-10 · on their flow behavior in steady-state [8]. For food materials and biomaterials, gels and the hydrogels terms are used mutually. Rosiak et al define hydrogel as the three-dimensional network structures obtained from synthetic or natural polymers that absorb and retain large amount of water [9]. Hydrogels have various types of physical forms viz.

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  • sikemia.com - SiKÉMIA

    The strategy of covalent crosslinking is used in technologies of commercial and scientific interest to control and enhance properties of the resulting polymer system or interface, such as thermosets and coatings. Crosslinking is also the formation of chemical links between molecular chains to form a three-dimensional network of connected molecules.

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  • What is 3D printing? How does a 3D printer work?

    What is 3D Printing? 3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The creation of a 3D printed object is achieved using additive processes. In an additive process an object is created by laying down successive layers of …

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  • GCSE CHEMISTRY - Polymers used by Dentists - What

    2017-2-21 · Products from Oil. Polymers used in Dentistry - White Fillings - Polymer Composite.. Polymers are used in dentistry to make white fillings for teeth.. What are Teeth made from?. Teeth are mainly made from hydroxyapatite (sometimes called hydroxylapatite), which is a type of calcium phosphate with the formula Ca 10 (PO 4) 6 (OH) 2.The outside layer of teeth, called enamel, contains …

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  • Current Uses of Poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) in the ...

    Poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) or PLGA is a biodegradable polymer used in a wide range of medical applications. Specifically PLGA materials are also developed for the dental field in the form of scaffolds, films, membranes, microparticles, or nanoparticles. PLGA membranes have been studied with promising results, either alone or combined with other materials in bone healing procedures.

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  • Electrospinning of Polymeric Nanofibers for Tissue ...

    2019-9-9 · Polymer blend nanofibers containing polycaprolactone as biocompatible and biodegradable binding agent to fabricate electrospun three-dimensional scaffolds/structures Polymer, Vol. 151 Biopolymers for Antitumor Implantable Drug Delivery Systems: Recent Advances and Future Outlook

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  • Introduction to Composite Materials | IntechOpen

    2020-9-29 · 杨振国职称:教授办公地点:上海市邯郸路220号复旦大学先进材料楼407室联系电话:021-65642523电子邮箱:[email protected]学习工作经历:1978.2-1988.3华东理工大学本科生、硕士生、博士生1988.4-1994.3华东理工大学讲师、副教授1994.4 ...

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  • THE JEC COMPOSITES INNOVATION AWARDS 2021

    2020-2-25 · Composite materials have played an important role throughout human history, from housing early civilizations to enabling future innovations. Composites offer many benefits; the key among them are corrosion resistance, design flexibility, durability, light weight, and strength. Composites have permeated our everyday lives such as products that are used in constructions, medical applications ...

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  • Polymer Hydrogels and Their Applications

    2017-6-10 · on their flow behavior in steady-state [8]. For food materials and biomaterials, gels and the hydrogels terms are used mutually. Rosiak et al define hydrogel as the three-dimensional network structures obtained from synthetic or natural polymers that absorb and retain large amount of water [9]. Hydrogels have various types of physical forms viz.

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  • What is 3D printing? How does a 3D printer work?

    What is 3D Printing? 3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The creation of a 3D printed object is achieved using additive processes. In an additive process an object is created by laying down successive layers of …

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  • GCSE CHEMISTRY - Polymers used by Dentists - What

    2017-2-21 · Products from Oil. Polymers used in Dentistry - White Fillings - Polymer Composite.. Polymers are used in dentistry to make white fillings for teeth.. What are Teeth made from?. Teeth are mainly made from hydroxyapatite (sometimes called hydroxylapatite), which is a type of calcium phosphate with the formula Ca 10 (PO 4) 6 (OH) 2.The outside layer of teeth, called enamel, contains …

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  • Three-Dimensional Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering ...

    2013-6-25 · Development of novel three-dimensional scaffolds based on bacterial nanocellulose for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine: Effect of processing methods, pore size, and surface area 12 November 2018 | Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A, Vol. 107, No. 2

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  • The Basics: Polymer Definition and Properties

    The simplest definition of a polymer is a useful chemical made of many repeating units. A polymer can be a three dimensional network (think of the repeating units linked together left and right, front and back, up and down) or two-dimensional network (think of the repeating units linked together left, right, up, and down in a sheet) or a one ...

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  • Introduction to Composite Materials | IntechOpen

    2020-2-25 · Composite materials have played an important role throughout human history, from housing early civilizations to enabling future innovations. Composites offer many benefits; the key among them are corrosion resistance, design flexibility, durability, light weight, and strength. Composites have permeated our everyday lives such as products that are used in constructions, medical applications ...

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  • The mechanical and photoelastic properties of 3D

    2017-9-7 · Three-dimensional (3D) printing technology integrating frozen stress techniques has created a novel way to directly represent and characterize 3D interior discontinuities and the full-field stress ...

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  • (PDF) Additive Manufacturing of Composite Materials:

    Classification of composite materials: Microspheres: They are considered to be some of the most useful filters. This particular gravity, fixed particle amplitude, power and managed density is the most extreme property for switching products without compromising profitability or physical properties.

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