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Water–copper is one of the most common combinations of working fluid and heating surface in high-performance cooling systems. Copper is usually selected for its high thermal conductivity and water for its high heat transfer coefficient, especially in the two-phase regime. However, copper...
A great number of reinforced concrete structures are approaching the end of their service life and they are strongly affected by progressive deterioration processes due to insufficient maintenance. A fundamental understanding of all damage phenomena acting together on reinforced concrete, RC,...
Correct estimation of hydraulic fracture height growth is a critical step in the design of Hydraulic Fracturing (HF) treatment, as it maximizes the reservoir stimulation and returns on investment. The height of the fractures is governed by several in situ conditions, especially stress variation...
A transformable wheel designed in this study is proposed to meet the increasingly complex travel requirements of people because it is urgent to provide a smooth and barrier-free travel scheme in complex and changeable urban land. The transformable wheel, with 10 pivoting-head parts, allows...
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Mass flow inequality in the initial stage of tube processing can lead to eccentricity and micro- and nano-structural changes that affect residual stress and texture development. In this study, the macro- and micro-texture development of copper tubes drawn with a tilted die was investigated using...
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