Striation


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Striation

In numismatics, small lines on the surface of a coin, sometimes only visible with magnification. Striation may be caused by polishing the die that struck the coin.
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Striation marks are the foundation for bullet signature correlation and they also determine the reliability of bullet identification.
Striving for a more cost-efficient laser cutting by accelerating the cutting speed increases the waviness of the laser cut surface and even causes deterioration in striation pattern, mainly at the lower cut edge.
Some of the main turning points of this to-and-fro have arisen from the arguments that I was not creating striations through my actions--I was not determining the actions of other players in a definitive manner.
Deleuze and Guattari explain that, while capitalism has taken striation to "an unequaled point of perfection, circulating capital necessarily recreated, reconstituted, a sort of smooth space in which the destiny of human beings is recast" (492).
Oblique striations are observed in longitudinal sections of C.
The research reviewed suggested that in-plane buckling can occur, but is more likely to be the source of striation marks if deposited by a tire with no tread pattern or an underinflated tire.
Furthermore, 30% of consumers, in addition to identifying a presence of white striation, observed a fat-like surface deposition.
The overlap in striation magnitude between saw types grouped by power source is significant.
Clava measured 2 [micro]m in height and 2 [micro]m in their widest or capita part with 10 to 12 vertical striations slightly visible (Fig.
Application of the brakes has the effect of changing the angle of the striation marks [1,2,3,4].
Recent technical knowledge and analysis tools are added: Addition of fatigue striation counting, modeling, and crack rate prediction, Addition of Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC) technology, and elevated temperature updates.
As the crack propagates, two kinds of striations, that is, compact and rough striations, generate as a consequence of interaction of shear bands with the crack surface and the distinct appearance of this striation morphology indicates the ductile impact fracture of the sample (43).