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Why do some titanium-alloy total hip arthroplasty modular necks fail?
BACKGROUND Increased modularity in total hip arthroplasty (THA) through extra junction between the neck and the femoral stem is gaining popularity among orthopaedic community. However, the advantageExpand
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The Use of Ethylene/Propylene Copolymers as Compatibilizers for Recycled Polyolefin Blends
Compatibilizing effects of ethylene/propylene (EPR) diblock copolymers on the morphology and mechanical properties of immiscible blends produced from recycled low-density polyethylene (PE-LD) andExpand
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The Contribution of Conductor Temperature and Sag Monitoring to Increased Ampacities of Overhead Lines (OHLs)
The electric utility industry is restructuring itself to operate in a competitive wholesale market. However, the transmission system remains a regulated entity that connects deregulated generationExpand
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Tensile properties of selective laser melting products affected by building orientation and energy density
Abstract Properties of a product fabricated using Selective Laser Melting (SLM) technology depend upon its building orientation as well as Energy Density (ED) used for its fabrication process. As EDExpand
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Analysis of wear properties of Zn-based composites using the Taguchi method
Abstract The tribological behavior of composites based on zinc aluminum ZA27 alloy, reinforced with silicon carbide (SiC) and graphite (Gr) particles is analyzed using the Taguchi method andExpand
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Micromechanical analysis of mechanical heterogeneity effect on the ductile tearing of weldments
Abstract The objective of this study is determination of the effect of mechanical heterogeneity on ductile crack initiation and propagation in weldments using micromechanical approach. WeldedExpand
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HIPERC: a novel, high performance, economic steel concept for linepipe and general structural use
The HIPERC project has examined the effects of alloying elements and processing conditions in low carbon, < 0.09 wt %., niobium containing, 0.05 - 0.12 wt.%, steels. Laboratory-scale heats and pilotExpand
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Modelling of ductile fracture initiation in strength mismatched welded joint
Abstract In this paper, the effect of strength mismatch and width of the welded joints on the stress–strain distribution in the crack tip region has been discussed. The single-edge notched bendExpand
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Integrity assessment of HSLA steel welded joint with mis-matched strength
Currently, there is a need to conduct numbers of validation cases for the defect assessment procedure of the recently developed Structural Integrity Assessment Procedure (SINTAP). Current work dealsExpand
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