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this procedure is done with a light hand and gentle touch on the concrete. there is no need to compress the cracks. concrete mender is very thin and can flow into the cracks and fissures without compressing them. it will not leave unsightly or noticeable plugs. it will bond to the concrete surface. there are only 3 main steps and it is very simple to do.
the mixing paddle is a large circular mixing pad that is run along the crack. with just a few strokes, the concrete mender will spread and penetrate the crack and bond to the concrete. this process will seal the crack and create a more structurally sound concrete.
it is important to have the crack filled with concrete mender before injecting epoxy. you don’t want to mix in the epoxy with the concrete mender. the concrete mender can absorb the epoxy and if you mix in the epoxy at the same time, the epoxy will dry and crack.
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this paper presents a novel approach to load sharing in fully automated vehicles (favs). the objective is to minimize the excessive energy consumption of the fav, while maintaining its safe handling. this is achieved by sharing the load among the three subsystems (steering system, brakes and lifts), with the objective to maintain their dynamic capabilities. the paper presents a methodology, along with the mathematical model, the set of constraints and the solution model. the solution model shows that the optimal solution to the given problem is obtained by minimizing the maximum acceleration in one of the subsystems with the help of control signals from the other two subsystems. the control signals are then used to determine the time for which the subsystem is activated. the methodology presented is validated using simulation and real data from a newly developed fav.
detection and localization of cracks in a titanium alloy (ti6al4v) were performed using a laser scanning technique and a micromagnetic technique. in the laser scanning technique, cracks were detected using the change in absorption spectrum with the cracking of the material. the crack depth was controlled by changing the laser wavelength. in the micromagnetic technique, the crack depth was controlled by changing the elevation height of the magnetic head. the crack width was controlled by changing the scanning speed of the magnetic head. the aim of this study was to accurately locate the cracks on the surface of a sample and to determine their width. there were two different methods of crack localization. first, three-dimensional surface scanning was performed to detect the coordinates of the crack, and then the coordinates were verified using the micromagnetic technique. second, the crack dimensions were measured using the micromagnetic technique. in the first method, the laser beam was focused at the crack and the spectral change was measured. based on the spectral change, the crack was detected. in the second method, the crack width was measured from the surface to the micromagnetic head position.