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With the recent 1.0[1] and 1.5[2,5] Tb/inch basic technology demonstration, and drive level demonstration [3,4] Heat-Assisted Magnetic Recording (HAMR) [5] has proven to be a viable and promising technology for future magnetic data-storage products. The commercialization of HAMR presents some significant technical challenges that need to be resolved before(More)
In 240 autopsy cases of both sexes, aged between 19 and 88 years, with no evidence of clinically manifest bone diseases, the structure of the spongy bone and the external form of the 3rd and 5th lumbar vertebral bodies (LV) were investigated quantitatively and morphometrically as a function of age, and mechanical loading. The evaluation was performed on the(More)
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