delaminate

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delaminate

(dē-lăm′ə-nāt′)
intr.v. delami·nated, delami·nating, delami·nates
To split into thin layers.
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Number and total length (per 60 cm) of edge delaminations after 15 weeks of accelerated aging.
Voids and delaminations between, the die surface and mold compound are unacceptable because they may expand as a result of normal thermal cycling and break a wire bond.
No delaminations were noted after Level 3 testing, but full delaminations and electrical failure occurred after Level 1.
A further advantage of this test is that the rate of delamination and the locus of failure can be controlled fairly precisely.
Die face delaminations are practically always a cause for rejection, and are thus at the head of the list.
At the examination of lamination quality the SVM was starch because it has much larger residual deformation than polymer SVM and the aim is to decrease the sag of the channel without causing delamination.
One particular problem that plagues reinforced concrete bridges is delamination, which is caused by the corrosion of metal reinforcements.
This article presents the characteristics of delamination wear on the clearance face of newly coated K10 cutting tools when milling particleboard.
Delaminations can be large in area, and a single MLCC may have multiple delaminations at different depths.
Post-critical calculus of a laminate reinforced structure starts together with the appearance of the first delaminations in the composite structure.