bond area

bond area

The area of interface between two elements across which adhesion develops (or may develop), as between concrete and reinforcing steel.
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Thus, the ultrasonic propagation penetrates deeper into the bond area and the affected heat zone is larger, resulting in superior bond strength.
As a result, the ultrasonic propagation reportedly penetrates deeper into the bond area and the affected heat zone is larger, resulting in superior bond strength, the company says.
Structural adhesive use also jumped from 11 meters of bond area on the 2014 Sonata to 119 meters on the 2015 model.
According to Levies force, acting on a tip off, a Levies force team reached the site and took the body into custody which was dumped in his pick-up vehicle after killing at Roda Bond area.
This shows the proportion of de-bonding to total bond area available on a substrate as a function of sealant type.
Bond length was chosen to provide sufficient bond area without exceeding generator stator space constraints.
The method defines as rejectable any die attach that has voids covering more than 50% of the intended bond area, a single void covering more than 15% of the intended bond area, or a single corner void covering more than 10% of the intended bond area.
A home-made shotgun was recovered at the scene and a handgun was later found in the Oliver Bond area.
With Melt Match, says Dukane, the ultrasonic propagation penetrates further into the bond area and the affected heat zone is larger, giving better bond strength.
Expansion of the Treasury's previous VCAP to now also include the tax-exempt bond area continues their policy of attempting to only tax innocent bond holders as a final resort.
With a large, 12" x 6" (300 x 150mm) X-Y bond area, it can handle large hybrids, MCMs (multichip modules) or several smaller devices at one time.
Prior to application of the putty, the entire bond area had to be ground or sanded to improve adhesion.