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Microstructuring

A method of money laundering in which larger transactions are broken down into multiple smaller transactions to evade detection by authorities. For example, making multiple (under US$10,000) deposits in banks and withdrawing it in overseas countries.
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They are: casting design, process selection and optimization, casting defect and microstructure prediction, and structural performance evaluation.
The thermal history of casting process is used to predict the resultant microstructure features (microporosity, eulectic phases, and precipitate phase); the microstructure information is used in the prediction of mechanical property (yield strength, fatigue, etc.
4T to reliably characterize and quantify the detailed microstructure of the human cortex.
The microstructure consists of soft regions of entangled chains and hard regions of lamellae or spherulites anchored to nanoparticle nucleating agents.
The results illustrated that the equilibrium microstructure of the HCCI consisted of ferrite, [M.
This material-technological modelling study was conducted to correlate the true strain level of the critical deformed area which has the minimum thickness and to study the effect of the different cooling rates which follow the deformation process directly from the finish-forging temperature with resulting microstructure of a particular forged part.
The microstructure was determined quantitatively using an optical microscope.
This newly issued patent includes coverage of an array of microstructures, where the tips of the microstructures dissolve or biodegrade upon application to the skin, delivering a range of therapeutic agents including biologics, vaccines and small molecules, stated the company.
During GMAW welding, the microstructure is effected by metal arc heat different from that used for its production.
The topics include the influence of technological options on the material reliability of AlSi17Cu5 cast alloy, the structure and functional properties of a surface layer produced on cast aluminum light alloys by anodization, the influence of wall thickness on the castability and microstructure of the QE22 magnesium alloy, the structural stability of WE43 cast magnesium alloy welded joints at elevated temperatures, and the microstructure and properties of a new generation of alloys based on titanium and aluminum.
1) consist of a polygonal texture that represents prismatic shell microstructure (Runnegar 1990).
Microstructure stability is very important in low temperature nanostructured bainitic steel to identify its applicable limitations and to resolve them.