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Effect of thermocycling on the flexural and impact strength of urethane-based and high-impact denture base resins
Objective: Mechanical properties of the acrylic resins used for denture fabrication may be influenced by water and temperature. Thus, the aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of thermocycling on the flexural and ...
Impact strength of denture base and reline acrylic resins: An in vitro study
This study evaluated the impact strength of a denture base resin (Lucitone 550-L) and four reline resins (Tokuyama Rebase II-T; Ufi Gel Hard-U; New Truliner-NT, and Kooliner-K), both intact and in a reline combination (L/L, ...
Experimental Study On Mechanical Properties Of Rub-fibre Reinforced Concrete
(International Journal of Chemical Sciences, 2016)
Strength of Denture Base Resins Repaired with Auto- and Visible Light-Polymerized Materials
Resistencia al Impacto y a la Tracción de Materiales Compuestos Plástico-Madera
(Centro de Información Tecnológica, 2005)
Effectiveness of polypropylene fibers on impact and shrinkage cracking behavior of adobe mixes
Earth has been used as construction material for thousands of years and still at present earthen shelters are widely inhabited due to their comfort and low environmental impacts. Despite their advantages, earthen materials ...
Phenolic matrices and sisal fibers modified with hydroxy terminated polybutadiene rubber: Impact strength, water absorption, and morphological aspects of thermosets and composites
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2010)
The aim of the present work was to investigate the toughening of phenolic thermoset and its composites reinforced with sisal fibers, using hydroxyl-terminated polybutadiene rubber (HTPB) as both impact modifier and coupling ...
Impact of strength training on fractal correlation property of heart rate variability and peripheral muscle strength in COPD
Purpose: to evaluate the effect of strength training on fractal properties of heart rate dynamics and heart rate variability (HRV) indices in the time and frequency domains, and peripheral muscle strength in COPD. Methods: ...