By Thomas Heath
Quantity 1 of an authoritative two-volume set that covers the necessities of arithmetic and comprises each landmark innovation and each vital determine. This quantity good points Euclid, Apollonius, others.
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NDI -- Nondestructive inspection. A process or procedure for determining the quality or characteristics of a material, part, or assembly without permanently altering the subject or its properties. NDT -- Nondestructive testing. Broadly considered synonymous with NDI. Neat Matrix -- Unreinforced matrix manufactured similar to the composite. Necking -- A localized reduction in cross-sectional area which may occur in a material under tensile stress. Negatively Skewed -- A distribution is said to be negatively skewed if the distribution is not symmetric and the longest tail is on the left.
The consolidated composite is then available for secondary processing. Achieving a homogeneous mixture during blending is a critical factor because the discontinuous reinforcement tends to persist as agglomerates with interstitial spaces too small for penetration of matrix particles. 2 Consolidation diffusion bonding This method is normally used to manufacture fiber reinforced MMCs from sheets, foils, powder, powder tape or wire of matrix material, or matrix coated fibers. The methods of assembling reinforcement fibers and matrix alloys depend upon fiber type and fiber array preform method.
Stress Relaxation -- The time dependent decrease in stress in a solid under given constraint conditions. Stress-Strain Curve (Diagram) -- A graphical representation showing the relationship between the change in dimension of the specimen in the direction of the externally applied stress and the magnitude of the applied stress. Values of stress usually are plotted as ordinates (vertically) and strain values as abscissa (horizontally). Structural Element -- a generic element of a more complex structural member (for example, skin, stringer, shear panels, sandwich panels, joints, or splices).
A History of Greek Mathematics, Volume 1: From Thales to Euclid by Thomas Heath