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interlayer

The plastic layer between two sheets of glass in the manufacture of laminated glass.
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Eastman helped pioneer the development of HUD in cars more than 20 years ago; the advanced polyvinyl butyral (PVB) interlayer sheet that goes between two layers of windshield glass is a world-class Eastman technology that dates back 80 years for Eastman.
Lu developed an interlayer from a blend of thermoplastic resins with high refractive index and improved acoustic and optical properties.
Next Generation PVB Interlayer for Improved HUD Image Clarity," SAE Int.
In the latter case, the organo-silane interlayers were predried for few minutes at environmental conditions (~20[degrees]C and 40% HR) and subsequently baked in a convection oven at approximately 100-110[degrees]C for 10 min.
This can be attributed to the great total thickness of limestone interlayers and a higher amount of concretions in the oil shale layers.
The Silica-Al sol in the form of positively charged colloids will replace cations in the interlayers of bentonite by ion exchange mechanism.
After integrating equation (4) it must be taken into account that the interlayer [DELTA]y[delta](t, x) contains the layer [DELTA][y.
Lexan polycarbonate sheet layers bonded with proprietary interlayers offer high-impact resistance and absorb impact energy without spalling.
The prevailing cation in the assembly of exchangeable cations in smectite interlayers attracts spontaneously different amounts of water and subsequently d00l value change.
Such an assumption holds good for testing adhesive interlayers for which the technique was developed.
Made from special laminates of glass and transparent intumescent interlayers that turn to foam when exposed to a fire, creating an opaque barrier against radiant heat, smoke, and hot gases.