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Finding, in general, that the calculated profiles were impractical to manufacture, Schmidt proceeded to show the optimum di- mensions for straight and annular fins of constant thickness and for wedge-shaped straight fins under given operating conditions. The temperature gradient in conical and cy- lindrical spines was determined by Focke [4]. In this work, Focke, like Schmidt, showed how the spine thickness must be varied in order to keep the material requirement to a minimum; he, too, found that the result impractical and went to determine the optimum cylindrical- and conical- spine dimensions. Murray [5] presented equations for the temperature gradient and the effectiveness of annular fins with constant thickness with a symmetrical temperature distribution around the base of the fin. Carrier and Anderson [6] discussed straight fins of constant thickness, annular fins of constant thickness and annular fins of constant cross- sectional area, presenting equations for fin efficiency of each.

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Diogo Henrique Vaz de Souza flag Denunciar. Erstellt von Dirk Simanek am Neutrophil See: Polymorphonuclear leukocyte. New attachment Union of connective tis- sue or epithelium with a root surface that has been deprived of its original attach- ment apparatus. Newton centimeter Ncm Unit of torque.

Work performed by a force of 1 N applied at an arm distance of 1 cm. Newton meter Nm Unit of torque.

Work per- formed by the application of 1 N from a dis- tance of 1 m; equal to 1 J. Nightguard See: Occlusal guard. Nonabsorbable Property of materials that are not capable of being absorbed by the biologic activities of the body.

Nonangled abutment Prosthetic implant component designed to parallel the long axis of the implant; considered straight to indi- cate no deviation from the long axis of the implant. Called also nonangulated abutment. Nonangulated abutment See: Nonangled abutment. Nonaxial loading Loading of an implant body that is not along the long axis of an implant body. Compare: Axial loading. Nonbiodegradable Property of tissue substi- tute that remains unchanged at the site of implantation, with no dispersion in vivo.

Noncollagenous matrix protein Protein pre- sented in the organic matrix of collagen- based calcified tissues together with the sup- porting collagen meshwork.

It contributes to determining the structure and biomechanical properties of the tissues. Nonfunctional loading Load placed on an im- plant that is not generated through normal occlusal function or parafunction; for exam- ple, applying load through the tightening of an abutment screw.

Nonhexed Property of an implant or a pros- thetic component that does not incorporate a mechanical design using a six-sided or six- angled hexagonal elevation or shape.

Nonocclusal loading See: Nonfunctional loading. Nonresorbable See: Nonabsorbable. N Neurovascular bundle Nonangled abutment. Long axis of implant Nonangled abutment Null hypothesis Nonresorbable membrane Membrane made of nonabsorbable biomaterial, most often of expanded polytetrafluoroethylene e-PTFE. Use of a nonresorbable membrane requires a second surgery to remove it from the site. See also: Guided tissue regeneration GTR.

Nonrotating abutment Prosthetic implant component designed to prevent rotation of subsequent component, similar to a natural tooth preparation onto which a restoration or other prosthetic component is placed in a predictable position. A portion of the compo- nent incorporates a flat side or similar design to prevent degree rotation ie, spins of subsequent component.

Nonsubmerged healing Implant placement procedure incorporating a transmucosal ex- tension for healing guidance. This approach does not require a second surgical procedure and is often used in posterior implant sites.

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