Quasi Crystals:

Quasi Crystals: Photo

Quasi-crystals are ordered structures that can fill the all available space and lack translational symmetry. Quasi-crystals are formed automatically between the amorphous solids. Quasi-crystals are noted for their higher strength and less weight. Quasi-crystals are applied in aerospace to higher standards.

  • Traction boundry conditions
  • Mixed boundry condition
  • Radial nonuniformity
  • Remote loading
  • Eshelby property
  • Displacement expression

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