An Investigation of Modal Fibre Based on Absorption Characteristics

The Austrian company Lenzing AG, which trades under the brand Modal, was the first to introduce the fabric. Modal is softer, more lustrous, and has a silkier feel than mercerized cotton, and it may absorb up to 50% more water

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Investigating the Effect of Reinforcement Bridging on the Elastic Fracture Energy of Concrete

Structure failure can be investigated using either a strength criterion or a fracture mechanics criterion. Beyond crucial criteria like yield and ultimate strength, the strength criterion deals with material resistance. Toughness, which can be characterised as stress intensity factor (K)

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Single Excited Molecular Orbitals’ Contribution in Uv-Vis Absorption of Dichloride-bis(5,7-dichloroquinolin-8-olato)tin(IV): A Recent Study

The absorption spectrum of dichloride-bis(5,7-dichloroquinolin-8-olato)tin(IV) with the chemical formula Q2SnCl2 is computed and compared to experimental data using first-principles methodologies. The energy correction terms for the excitation energies are calculated using single excited molecular orbitals (SEMO) from the ground state

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Influence of Technology of Nanopowder Production on the Microstructure of the Sintered by Spark-Plasma Material

A comparison of the Spark-Plasma Sintering (SPS) results of two types of aluminium oxide nanopowders generated through conductor explosion and plasma synthesis. The qualities of the resulting compacts are notably different in mechanical properties and microstructure when the parameters of

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Study of Temperature Dependence of Volume Thermal Expansion of Nanomaterials Using New Integral Form of Equation of State (IFEOS)

A new integral version of equation of state was used to investigate the volume thermal expansion of nanomaterials under the effect of temperature (IFEOS). To investigate the effect of temperature on a variety of nanomaterials, including fullerene (C60), 20 nm-Ni,

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Literatures Pertaining to the Definitions of Technological Innovation Capabilities in the New Millennium: A Review

The purpose of this paper is to review the literature on industrial technological innovation in relation to economic growth over the last decade. The information and concepts in this work are mostly drawn from review articles on national economic development.

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Analysing the Impact Strength of Polymer Composite Materials (PCM) Fiber Reinforced in the Fiberboat Application

Fiberglass-reinforced Polymer Composite Materials (PCM) provide crucial mechanical properties for fibre boat building. For a fibre boat, mechanical testing is critical. The mechanical properties of this study were determined using the impact test. Each test used varied weight percentages of

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Study on Enhancement of Adhesion Force and Surface Conductivity of Graphene Oxide Films using Different Solvents

The nanotechnology approach was used to improve the adhesion force as well as the surface properties of graphene oxide (GO) films in this study. By employing a modified Hummer’s process to oxidise pure graphite, GO has been created in powder

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Study on Six-degree of Freedom Mathematical Dynamic Model of a Light Sport Aircraft

The research proposes a six-degree-of-freedom mathematical model of a light sport aircraft that shows both longitudinal and lateral-directional stability analytically. The aerodynamic model equations are made up of both the kinematics equations of motion and the kinetics equations of aerodynamic

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The Environment of Cognitive-Contextual Software Design: A Study Concept to Implementation

Two important elements of the design software systems (SS) objectives have been considered: obtaining proper SS functioning with consistent outcomes, and the ability to perform trustworthy Software System quality evaluations based on the initial requirements. A cognitive-contextual design technique has

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