Translation of microstructure in Spanish:


microestructura, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmʌɪkrə(ʊ)ˌstrʌktʃə//ˌmaɪkrəˈstrəktʃər/


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    • These steels have an austenitic microstructure and they are nonmagnetic.
    • Another example of microstructural control is that aragonite with complex microstructures can dissolve more rapidly than thermodynamically less stable magnesian calcite.
    • Trip steels have a microstructure with retained austenite, ferrite and martensite.
    • Any retained austenite in the steel microstructure can transform under mechanical loading to martensite with a resulting increase in volume.
    • Looking at the microstructure of metals can lead to the identification of techniques and postcasting working methods, and help evaluate alloys.
    • With the help of a laser, the team next produced within the microstructure many electrons with the same spin orientation.
    • The purpose of neutron reflectometry is to reveal the microstructure of materials in thin film geometries.
    • As in the case of steels, alloy content and processing conditions affect the toughness of nonferrous metals by affecting their microstructures, which, in turn, determine their toughness.
    • Natural systems have quite likely evolved microstructures or materials that get around this potential constraint.
    • By altering the microstructure, we can create weak links between the ferromagnetic domains that should lead to new and interesting electronic networks.
    • The likelihood of non-steady-state flow in natural deformation presents a fundamental problem for meaningful vorticity analysis using microstructures and finite strain features.
    • Light in certain engineered dielectric microstructures can flow in a way similar to electrical currents in semiconductor chips.
    • Although limited, overprinting the melt-present fabric development are solid-state microstructures.
    • The microstructure of most alloys in the as-cast condition is quite heterogeneous.
    • This is color that is caused by microstructures such as diffraction gratings, and thin films rather than pigment.
    • As described in the previous section, alloying must be sufficient to ensure that a pearlite-free microstructure is obtained in heat treatment.
    • That's what a new study suggests about light-manipulating microstructures known as photonic crystals.
    • With such miniaturization, researchers might use this strategy for installing healing properties into materials' internal microstructures.
    • More impressive still, its microstructure is strangely bound up with the way in which it is consulted.
    • The matrix microstructures resulting from heat treatment can vary from ferrite-pearlite to tempered martensite.