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Figure 6 is that of a half tire cross section with a 100 - phr halobutyl innerliner and a general-purpose rubber innerliner.
In microanalysis the ionization cross section for production of x rays and the electron energy distribution are often multiplied together to form a new function [PHI]([rho]z), that is a function of depth in spatially homogeneous specimens (1).
The available measured data from EXFOR library for the cross section (n,p) and (n,[alpha]), measured for Zr (A=90 and 96) have been plotted interpolated and recalculated in different fine steps and for different energy range of incident neutron by using Matlab-8.
Golden Software offers six products: Surfer[R] for gridding, contouring and 3D surface mapping; Voxler[R] for 3D data visualization; Grapher[TM] for 2D and 3D graphing; Strater[R] for well log, borehole and cross section plotting; MapViewer[TM] for thematic mapping and spatial analysis; and Didger[R] for digitizing and coordinate conversion.
They either came off with a cross section of almost 6 x 10-19?
After that, the cross section of chip was obtained using a vision measuring system and defining a CAD model for it.
Its main purpose is to provide cross section views of geoscientific features and to interpret their variation within the area of study.
In these studies, the mechanical properties concerning the longitudinal axis such as Young's modulus in the longitudinal direction, and the shear moduli and Poisson's ratios on the radial and tangential sections were examined, whereas the properties about the radial and tangential axes such as Young's modulus in the radial and tangential directions and the shear modulus and Poisson's ratio on the cross section were not examined.
The X-Tether is a new concept for side curtain airbags that combines a one-piece woven and laminated bag with a pair of internal tethers that maintain a constant cross section.