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“…So far, a comprehensive study has not produced sufficient data to adduce the fundamental relationship, although some theoretical approaches have been suggested. 19,[30][31][32] The first two studies expressed the influence of a second-order force system on the displacement of an archwire "beam" in terms of stiffness [the mathematical product of the modulus of elasticity (E) and the area moment of inertia (I)], beam length (L), and WIDTH. 30,31 The third derived the deflection of an archwire in a bracket whether the SLOT is filled or partially filled in terms of E, , WIDTH, IBD, SIZE, and yield strength (YS).…”

confidence: 99%

“…So far, a comprehensive study has not produced sufficient data to adduce the fundamental relationship, although some theoretical approaches have been suggested. 19,[30][31][32] The first two studies expressed the influence of a second-order force system on the displacement of an archwire "beam" in terms of stiffness [the mathematical product of the modulus of elasticity (E) and the area moment of inertia (I)], beam length (L), and WIDTH. 30,31 The third derived the deflection of an archwire in a bracket whether the SLOT is filled or partially filled in terms of E, , WIDTH, IBD, SIZE, and yield strength (YS).…”

confidence: 99%

“…Several investigators have studied the causes and effects of resistance to sliding in the passive configuration as a function of wire alloy, bracket material, surface modification and roughness, and wet and dry states. 1,[7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24] As the angulation between the bracket and the archwire increases, the clearance between the archwire and the bracket slot disappears, and an interference fit occurs. Therefore, binding arises as a second component of resistance to sliding.…”

confidence: 99%

“…The analysis concluded that daims advocating the use of the widest bracket or the narrowest bracket were false. This intuitively suggests that an "average" widîh bracket would be more optimal, although Schlegel(1996) did not state a size. (Kusy and Whitley, 1990).…”

confidence: 99%

“…However, the width of the bracket alone cannot simply account for the level of fiction encountered because a complex relationship exists between the bracket width, interbracket distance, and wire stiffness, with these variables having a signifiant effect on fictional forces (Schlegel, 1996). First of all, an inverse relationship exists between bracket width and interbracket width.…”

confidence: 99%