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The surface of waste containers held in stores may experience the deposition of chloride-bearing particulates from sea-salt aerosols and/or industrial pollution, which may lead to localised corrosion.7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16 A thorough understanding of localised corrosion and the nucleation of SCC under atmospheric exposure has significant importance for the use of DSS as candidate container materials. Quantitative assessment of the early stages of degradation is therefore required to be able to determine the life-time performance of structural components.17,18 State-of-the-art characterisation techniques, such as X-ray computed tomography (X-ray CT), can provide non-destructive, in situ, information about the location, extent, and kinetics of damage evolution.7,17,18,19,20,21,22 Initial stages of localised corrosion and SCC can be visualised and quantified, with data providing the framework for life-time prediction models.17,18,22
Researchers have demonstrated that the difficulty of climbing routes can be predicted using statistical models and machine learning techniques. A Bradley-Terry model based on historical ascents generated ratings on an interval scale that were correlated with grades from the Ewbank system. A different approach, using a variable-order Markov model with a description of the sequence of climbing moves, was unable to correctly predict difficulty.
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Recommended RPMS for reduced long time wear in the blade bearing. Empfohlene Drehzahl für weniger Verschliess im Blattlager. Affected Propeller: MT-Propeller model MTV-1-A/L160-03 which is operated in combination with a Limbach L2000( ) engine in airframes H36, RF5, G109 or TAIFUN 17E but not limited to those airframes and had an engine overhaul or exchange after January 2014.
Betroffene Propeller: MT-Propeller Modell MTV-1-A/L160-03, das in Kombination mit dem Limbach Motor L2000( ) unter anderem in den Flugzeugmodellen H36, RF5, G109 und TAIFUN 17E betrieben wird und eine Motorüberholung oder einen Motoraustausch nach Januar 2014 hatte.
Glacial quarrying stems from the fracturing of subglacial bedrock. Much evidence shows that subcritical crack propagation of bedrock is closely related to subglacial water pressure fluctuations. Here we employ a model that assesses the impact of subglacial water pressure fluctuation on cavity length and subcritical crack propagation, while analyzing the effect of a pre-existing crack location using a phase-field model (PFM). Our results indicate that the cavity length is reduced during diurnal fluctuations in water pressure. There are two patterns of subcritical crack propagation on the corner of the step. The first stems from a rapid drop in water pressure. The second occurs after the water pressure recovers from the fluctuation to the initial steady state. This pattern is a consequence of enhanced stress concentration on the step since the modeled cavity length exceeds its steady value and has higher efficiency in promoting subcritical crack propagation. Additionally, based on the PFM results, we speculate that the subcritical crack initiation and propagation happen on a broader scale, including the ice-bed contact region and its adjacent region. Our findings imply that the duration of subcritical crack propagation is short and typically ceases once the cavity length adjusts to reduced water pressure levels.
The model replicates a well-characterized quartz bridge from the Cretaceous Travis Peak Formation as well as quartz cement abundances, internal textures, and morphologies in the sandstone host rock and fracture zone using the same kinetic parameters while honoring fluid-inclusion and thermal-history constraints. The same fundamental driving forces, in both in the host rock and fracture system, are responsible for quartz cementation, with the only significant difference within the fracture zone being the creation of new pore space as well as new noneuhedral surfaces for cases where overgrowths span fractures between fracturing events. Rates of fracture growth and sealing may be inferred from fracture cement textures using model results.
Unlike metamorphic veins where cements generally fill the fracture volume (e.g., Hilgers et al., 2001; Bons et al., 2012), in sedimentary rocks cements often occur as thin veneers or rinds on fracture walls interspersed with highly localized, much thicker deposits known as bridges. Existing vein cementation models (e.g., Ramsay, 1980; Bons, 2001; Hilgers et al., 2001; Zhang and Adams, 2002; Nollet et al., 2005; Okamoto and Sekine, 2011; Yang, 2012; Ankit et al., 2013) do not account for these features, yet patterns of localized cement deposits are widespread in sandstones (Laubach et al., 2004a), dolostones (Gale et al., 2010), and mudrocks (Gale et al., 2014). While localized cement patterns have been generated in laboratory studies (Hilgers and Urai, 2002) and simulations (Hilgers et al., 2004), this localization, unlike quartz bridges, occurs near fluid inlets into fractures.
The pattern and mode of quartz cement in sandstone fractures pose two enigmas: (1) The amount of cement shows a pattern opposite of that expected if it were controlled by fluid fluxes through the fracture network, and (2) overgrowths on adjacent crystals sometimes show growth anisotropies that far exceed those in other geologic settings such as metamorphic veins and sandstone host rocks. The large growth anisotropies suggest that a fundamental aspect of fracture cement accumulation is missing from current concepts. The purpose of this contribution is to describe a model that attempts to explain these enigmas while also providing independent, testable hypotheses linking cement textures and volumes to rates of fracture opening, the time when fractures were active, and the persistence of fracture pore space.
Next, we describe important characteristics of quartz cement in natural sandstone fractures that any process model should be able to explain. We then outline the controls on quartz cement growth, the likely sources for cement solutes, the impact that fracturing has on growth mechanisms, and the limitations on the ability of quartz cements to span fractures betwee