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biaxial

/bi·ax·i·al/ (-ak´se-al) having, pertaining to, or occurring in two axes.

biaxial

adjective Having 2 axes, as in biaxial polarisation.
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0 compared with the original d-spacing of the clay layers, the d-spacing had either increased slightly as in case of blown films ([alpha] = 1), or moderately as in the compression moulded and biaxially stretched sheets.
3 Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene Film Applications will Drive the Food Packaging Market
7 Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene (BOPP) In Plastic Films & Sheets Market: Competitive Landscape
Phillips and Nguyen reported the relationship between stress-strain curve and the crystal structure of biaxially oriented film.
Maker of biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) film Gulf Packaging Industries Ltd (Gulf Pack) has announced plans to more than double production capacity by 2015 with the addition of two BOPP lines at its Jubail plant.
Peter Kuhne, President of Kuhne GmbH said: "Kuhne GmbH has been making tremendous advancements in three key growth areas of blown film; conventional co-extruded films, triple bubble systems for the production of biaxially oriented films and water-quenched, multilayer technology specialty film systems.
Among the topics are equipment design and requirements for making them, polyolefins and other polymers used in them, the strain energy function and stress-strain model for uniaxial and biaxial orientation of poly(ethylene terephthalate) (PET), academic investigations, fresh-cut produce packaging, snack packaging, product labeling, and future trends for biaxially oriented films and orienting lines.
The article includes a biaxially extensible outer cover, a biaxially extensible bodyside liner forming a wearer adjacent surface, a biaxially extensible absorbent core assembly interposed between the outer cover and the body-side liner and a pair of laterally-spaced apart and longitudinally-extending containment flap members disposed along the wearer adjacent surface of the body-side liner.
The second volume covers three-dimensional biaxially loaded beam-columns.
One of the major challenges facing the development of an economical, practical, high-temperature superconductor has been the extremely weak mechanical behavior of Y-Ba-Cu-O coated onto rolling-aligned biaxially textured substrates (RABiTS).
Figure 6 shows micrographs taken while biaxially straining coated rubber substrates under desiccating conditions The left side of the figure shows the appearance of B2100, a comparatively brittle formulation which shows obvious damage even at very small strain levels.
Biaxial stretching of film: principles and applications provides an overview of the manufacturing processes and range of applications for biaxially stretched films.