Manufacturing Method of a New Aging Process for Ceramics and Molded Plastics
Basically, the invention relates to a manufacturing method of a new aging process for a variety of products such as ceramics, Low Voltage High Temperature Resistance Electrolytic Capacitor and molded plastics. This process provides a variety of advantages such as reduced cost, easier production and improved product properties. However, there are some limitations and challenges to this invention.
Defining terms of a new aging process are not straightforward. One of the most common definitions is an age-progressive decline in physiological function like in High Temperature Resistance 130℃ Electrolytic Capacitor. However, this is not the only characteristic of aging. It also involves an age-progressive decline in survival, reproduction and fitness. This decline is usually followed by plateaus, which can occur under benign conditions.
Another term used by evolutionary biologists is demographic aging such as Snap-in Type Standard Aluminum Capacitor 85℃. This is characterized by an age-progressive decrease in the reproductive rate, which represents a loss of adaptation. Eventually, the age-specific reproductive rate will fall to zero. This represents an age-progressive decline in fitness, which is caused by the declining forces of natural selection.