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    Nanotechnology

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    Nanotechnology Nanotechnology is the development of atoms in a certain object. Nanotechnology has become very popular in the past few years. It is a way to rebuild the systems of life. To make systems move faster than ever before. Nanometer is about 10 times the size of an atom. Each of these has a huge effect on a system. Still there are questions out there that keep people wondering how important nanotechnology is to us. Many wonder how will it affect them and if we should continue this research

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    1. Introduction Fluids are around us everywhere. For example, fluids, which we exposed to it every day, like the air we breathe and the water we drink. These behave in a familiar way, taking the shape of their container and flowing easily. These fluids called the non-Newtonian fluids-This name backs to the physicist newton-. On the other hand, there is some fluids do not have the same properties which called the non-Newtonian fluid. This report defines the non-Newtonian fluids, the types of

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    Fluorescein angiography Fluorescein angiography one of the best ways used from to detect the eye problems which are currently used in GCC region. This test is usually recommended by the physician for confirmation of the diagnosis. For this method first dilatant eye drops are inserted to the eye then the pictures of inner eye is taken. Then small amount of yellow dye (fluorescent dye) is injected to the patient’s arm where it circulates throughout the blood vessels in the body including those in the retina

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    Hence, the value of n determines the classes of the fluid which is as follow: n = 1 (Newtonian Fluid) n > 1 shear-thickening (Dilatant fluids) n < 1 shear-thinning (pseudo-plastics) These three types of power-law models are clarified butter in Figure. 2-2. Unfortunately, one of the evident disadvantages of the power-law model is that it fails to portray the viscosity of many

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    Snowboarding Jackets

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    Snowboarding jackets are an essential piece of gear that should keep the rider warm, comfortable and protected from the harsh cold when riding on the slopes. The jackets are designed with many features and take into account different atmosphere conditions, along with the requirements of the sport itself. When purchasing a jacket the rider needs to look at the two types of jackets, the Three-Layer System, the features of the jacket, and a few different technological fabrics. All of these aspects

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    Apple Juice Case Study

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    in rheological parameters of ultrasound treated apple, cranberry, blueberry juice and nectar. It was found that all samples of untreated, pasteurized and ultrasonically treated apple, cranberry and blueberry juices and nectars showed non-Newtonian dilatant fluid characteristics

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    polymers

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    organic. Non&#64979;Newtonian Fluids are a group of liquids that change viscosity when they are stirred, shaken, or otherwise agitated. Cornstarch and water acts differently depending on whether it is still or agitated. This kind of fluid is called a dilatant. It becomes more viscous (has a relatively high resistance to flow) when agitated or compressed. The viscosity of a non-Newtonian fluid is also dependant on temperature. Cornstarch would decrease in viscosity if put in a boiling pot (it would become

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    colloidal substances like clay, milk and cement. Dilatant substances: Viscosity increases with rate of shear e.g. quicksand. Thixotropic substances: A Viscosity decrease with length of shear force is applied e.g. thixotropic jelly paints. Rheopectic substances: Viscosity is increases with length of time

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    The History of Bulletproof Clothing

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    Bulletproof clothing is the most interesting thing I have ever seen in my life. There is not really a problem of bulletproof clothing besides it is very expensive to make it. It is very expensive just because of the materials. The materials are spider-silk, vectran and Kevlar. The history of bulletproof has been worn for thousands of years. Even the medieval Europe worn body armor. By the 1500’s, they changed the development of cannons and guns. Bulletproof in the encyclopedia means the protection

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    Metakaolin Literature

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    2.0 REVIEW OF LITERATURE 2.1 GENERAL Many Researchers have studied the effect of replacement of Portland cement by Metakaolin and also on fibre addition on the mechanical and durability properties of ordinary Portland cement concrete. The literature being reviewed is given under Review of literature of concrete containing pozzolanic materials such as Metakaolin. . 2.2 REVIEW OF LITERATURE OF CONCRETE CONTAINING POZZOLANIC MATERIALS SUCH AS SILICA FUME AND METAKAOLIN Yogendran et al. (1987)19

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