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TABLE IIIB SEAL DIMENSIONS ( MM ) USED IN FINITE - ELEMENT

further , finite - element

using BIG - 2D .

TABLE IIIB SEAL DIMENSIONS ( MM ) USED IN FINITE - ELEMENT

**CalculATION**Foil thickness Foil thickness in middle at Glass width ... To gofurther , finite - element

**calculations**for the same seal section were carried outusing BIG - 2D .

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TABLE IV MEASURED AND

Mo SEAL Position " ( um ) Measured 01 - 02 ( bars )

161 100 - 123 150 - 99 200 ... Finite - element

TABLE IV MEASURED AND

**CALCULATED**0 - O , IN BOROSILICATE - GLASS -Mo SEAL Position " ( um ) Measured 01 - 02 ( bars )

**Calculated**01 - 02 ( bars ) -161 100 - 123 150 - 99 200 ... Finite - element

**calculations**are shown in Fig . 27 .Page 301

The next degree of improvement in the

of increased effort , by the use of Eq . ( 20 ) ignoring the effects of size on b and

Ts and the structural relaxation ( i . e . , by simple viscoelastic analysis ) ...

The next degree of improvement in the

**calculations**is brought about , at the costof increased effort , by the use of Eq . ( 20 ) ignoring the effects of size on b and

Ts and the structural relaxation ( i . e . , by simple viscoelastic analysis ) ...

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### Contents

Selected Methods of Surface Analysis | 16 |

Reactions at Glass Surfaces | 29 |

Water in Glass | 75 |

Copyright | |

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