bonding layer

bonding layer

A layer of mortar, usually 1/8 to 1/2 in. (3 to 13 mm) thick, which is spread on a moist and prepared, hardened concrete surface prior to laying fresh concrete.
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In addition to this, the bonding layer will have an irregular surface making most inspection techniques unsuitable.
On Sectors Pavement Elastic Were Provided Recycling Work in Situ with the Following Type of Road System: Wear Layer of Ba 16, the Bonding Layer of Bad 20, 20 Cm Layer of Recycling in Situ with Hydraulic Binders 4% and Bitumen 2.
If a Z-interconnect scheme is employed, the rigid and flex subassemblies can be manufactured separately under their respective best-mode manufacturing techniques and then joined with a bonding layer containing paste-filled interconnects at high-Tg FR-4 temperatures (~180[degrees]C).
The tiles were installed using the Kagetec BS sonic vibration system which embeds the tiles in a bonding layer.
A bonding layer, comprising a thermoplastic material, is bonded to the fabric base, and an outer layer, comprising a rubber compound, is bonded to the bonding layer.
Most bonding materials used in the PCB industry can be used as a bonding layer for a multilayer PTFE circuit, with some precautions.
A heat-activated, open polymeric web or mesh, polymeric particulate, or fiberized polymer bonding layer have a lower softening point than the spunbond continuous polymeric filament mat of the first facing, which is located between the first facing and the first major surface of the insulation layer.
Material Constants of CFRP bonding layer are taken from Ashby and Jones (13).
Prep the tooth, place the self-etching primer, air thin, and then place the bonding layer.
Each layer is molded in one substrate and the substrates are joined with the optically transparent bonding layer.
Carrier glass and ultra-thin glass are laminated via a special bonding layer that makes the laminated substrate high resistant to heating and chemical processing during production.