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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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The bulk structure of the adjacent zone indicates that the final stage of FRP fracture starts from splitting and delaminating at the fiber-matrix interface and continues by formation of extending areas of intraand interlamina delaminations.
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.
A key factor in the design of structures from composite materials is the prediction of failure of the fibre, matrix and interlaminar delamination.
The infrared and video data collected for each of the 11 decks was analyzed to quantify and map overlay debonding, rebar-level delamination, patching, and spalling.
This procedure of successively incrementing and decrementing the stylus load is repeated until the apparent threshold load for producing delaminations is reliably boxed In between an upper and lower load condition.
On the other hand occur at certain StraE-enoberbauten delaminations on the concrete floor of the base associated with erosion rule.
Before testing, there are several delaminations (red) on or near wire bonds on the lead fingers.
Low pressure lamination is applied by Malecha and Khoong which results in less deformation of the embedded cavity but delamination is possibly occurred (Khoong et al.
In plastic-packaged ICs, the IPC/JEDEC standard permits delaminations between lead fingers and the mold compound as long as no delamination extends more than two-thirds the length of the lead finger.
One particular problem that plagues reinforced concrete bridges is delamination, which is caused by the corrosion of metal reinforcements.
Though severe delaminations were generated by the TiAlN-, TiAlN/ TiSiN-, and TiAlN/TiBiN-coated carbide tools, delamination did not occur in the TiAlN/CrAlN-coated carbide tool.