spherical shape of particle is the most rough discretization), the grain shape model was created applying the multi-sphere (MS) approach.
What does GRS stand for?
GRS stands for Grain Shape
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Coarsening in sitering: grain shape distribution, grain size distribution, and grain growth kinetics in solid pore systems, Critical Reviews in Solid State and Materials Sciences 35: 263-305.
Variations in sand grain shapes and particle distributions also affected the number and size of the resin bridges.
Earlier microscope observations by Piperno had uncovered characteristic grain shapes for these and many other modern species of wild and domesticated plants.
The grain shape of the ancient cultivated rice in the Huai River region was unchanged around 8000 BP.
Diamond is much harder and retains its grain shape a little longer, but being carbon, chemically reacts with the carbon in the steel and gets only about 200 slashes before it wears out.
EBSD uses an SEM beam to scan a sample and collect diffraction patterns from every point in the SEM image, providing information such as grain size (histograms and averages), grain shape, grain orientation (texture), deformation, and phase distribution.
The binder level and ratio depend on a number of factors, such as the surface area of the sand (which in turn depends on the grain shape and fines), the strength that is needed for the core, mold strength, and production requirements including how fast the operation requires the core or mold to set up.