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thermosetting

[ther′mō·set·ing]
Etymology: Gk, thermē, heat; AS, settan, to set
of resins, becoming hard or solid when heat is applied and remaining that way on being cooled. The change is not reversible.
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Aggregate dielectric characteristics of the hull thermosetting insulation system of ITM.
Rheological properties such as viscosity and dynamic moduli are very sensitive to the variation of molecular structure and phase transitions occurring in thermosetting polymer systems (27-29).
Based on production capacity and realization in 1995, utilization of capacity of thermosetting adhesive production reached 62.
Thermosetting elastomers have the second largest market share, using 279 million pounds of materials in 2007 and growth is expected at a CAGR of 1.
The data sets include acetal, acrylics, celluloseic plastic, fluorpolymers, ionomer, nylon, polycarbonate, polyester, polyimide, polyethylene, vinyls, resins, thermoplastic blends and alloys, biodegradable thermoplastic alloys, thermosets, and thermosetting elastomers or rubbers.
This resultant company, Hexion Specialty Chemicals, is now reportedly the world's largest producer of thermosetting resins.
ThermoFilm HI53U is a heat reactive thermosetting adhesive transfer film that is designed for bonding, laminating, mounting, and gasketing applications.
Traditional Vespel parts and shapes are cold-formed and sintered from a thermosetting polyimide.
The monitor enables the users of thermosetting resins, composites, paints and coatings to study behavior of these materials in the laboratory and in actual processing environments, such as ovens, presses, molds, and autoclaves.
Made of spring-tempered stainless steel fusion-bonded with thermosetting polymer resin, Spring-Fast Flexi-Grommet edging material can be used in applications where cabling or other materials must be protected against abrasion damage from metal edges.
The exterior thermosetting layer is cured to form a reinforcing layer.
Investigation of dynamic surface properties of thermosetting adhesives led him to develop a general theory of adsorption kinetics in binary, chemically reacting surfactant systems.