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Earthquake Resistant Engineering constructions VIII includes papers awarded on the 8th convention in a biennial sequence at the topic (ERES) first held in 1996 and arranged via the Wessex Institute of expertise. The 2011 assembly was once held in Tuscany, a sector wealthy within the form of cultural and architectural historical past that should be protected from earthquakes.
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The composite solution was electrospun to produce nano-fibres for morphological characterisation. The SEM images of electrospun mats of PU and PU/nHA shown in Figures 12. The morphological appearance of fibres showed quite uniform size (400-500 nm). The reduction in diameter from a millimetre scale to nano- Resin-Based Dental Composites 35 scale was due stretching of jet by whipping and bending. The size of nano-fibres depends on the incorporation of nHA which causes the viscosity of the solution to increase.
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Advances in Materials Science Research, Volume 13 by Maryann C. Wythers