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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These inspections were conducted in a similar method as compared to standard inspections, which use chain-dragging and hammer-sounding to aid in determining the extent of potential delaminations. When a delamination was detected, spray paint was used to mark out the boundaries.
In order to select most suitable inspection technique the joint of dissimilar materials with known characteristics of artificial delaminations was analysed.
But if there is damage--as in the impact-tested CFRP used here--the damage is likely to take the form of breaks in fibers, the delamination of fibers from the surrounding polymer, or similar anomalies.
Those beams had symmetrical enveloped delaminations and they used classical engineering solutions to examine the beam's buckling behaviour.
This allows us to rapidly identify any tolerance issues, and the formation of delamination's on the surface as a result of the forming process.
Veidt, "Scattering of the fundamental antisymmetric Lamb wave at delaminations in composite laminates," The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol.
Liu et al., "Numerical analysis of delamination behavior in laminated composite with double delaminations embedded in different depth positions," Polymers & Polymer Composites, vol.
The fracture was preceded by intralaminar and interlayer delaminations, a part of them has extended in the specimen area adjacent to the fracture zone.
Infrared thermography (IRT) is a fast and easy to use nondestructive examination method that enables us to detect near surface delamination in a wider spectrum and with an acceptable accuracy compared to visual testing method [1].
A key factor in the design of structures from composite materials is the prediction of failure of the fibre, matrix and interlaminar delamination. There are three independent fracture modes, the crack opening mode (Mode I) is regarded as more important than the in-plane shear mode (Mode II) and out-plane shear mode (Mode Ill) because the Mode I fracture toughness is usually smaller than those of Mode II and Mode Ill and so the fracture is easily initiated and propagated under the Mode I loading condition.
What the Q-BAM image at the top shows is the die and die attach are both quite level, but small red features are at either end of the image of the die; these are die face delaminations, which are likely to expand in service and shear off wire bonds on the die.
Then, using the ADRM configuration, we clarified the characteristics of Lamb wave modes in the AE signals caused by transverse cracks, delaminations and fiber breaks in CFRP laminates.