[ UK /lˌæmɪnˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
  1. bonding thin sheets together
  2. a layered structure
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How To Use lamination In A Sentence

  • Lamination: The process manufacturing a laminate using pressure and heat.
  • Some specialists say the memory cards and chips should dry gradually, over several days, to prevent delamination—separation into layers—or other internal damage. Investigators Hopeful on Black Boxes
  • Silicon steel stampings are used in the laminations of electric motor armatures, rotors, and generators.
  • Slabs that will be heavily troweled should not contain entrained air because of the probability that delamination will result.
  • In the hard format, the only way to apply coatings is to use lamination, which presents other problems, he said.
  • Heat transfer from the conductor bars to the sheet steel laminations is excellent, minimizing local overheating within the rotor during a severe overload peak.
  • Pipe and lamination defects are a by-product of ingot steel production.
  • So the engineers had resorted to lamination, building up sections from planed finger-jointed strips 170 mm wide by 27 mm thick.
  • The material strongly and uniformly adheres to substrates with no bridging, flaking, or delamination even when the devices are fully expanded.
  • One slide from each set was stained with cresyl violet for assessing integrity of retinal lamination. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
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