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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0% by weight TiO2; has a basis weight of 30 gsm or less; and has a Bond Area Percentage of at least 10%; and wherein the backsheet comprises a laminate of: a wearer-facing layer of liquid impermeable film and a garment facing layer of a second nonwoven web, the second nonwoven web being impressed with a first pattern of bond impressions, the first pattern of bond impressions defining a second pattern of unbonded raised regions, wherein the unbonded raised regions have an Average Measured Height relative to the bond impressions of at least 280 [micro]m, and wherein the second nonwoven web: is formed of spunlaid fibers comprising a polyolefin and up to 5.
Tenders are invited for Allotment of Open space of 1000 sq mtr inside custom bond area on as is where is condition on License basis for a period of 11 months extendable upto another two terms
This new product offers a wider bond area with new pattern recognition capabilities and tight process controls for advanced interconnect materials.
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.