in situ foaming

in situ foaming

[in ′si·chü ′fōm·iŋ]
(engineering)
Depositing of the ingredients of a foamable plastic onto the location where foaming is to take place; for example, in situ foam insulation on equipment or walls.
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Based on the in situ foaming, the formed strain rate during cell growth was high enough to induce the orientation of the MWNT around cell walls, and also 10 induce strain hardening in the cell walls.