thermosetting


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thermosetting

(of a material, esp a synthetic plastic or resin) hardening permanently after one application of heat and pressure. Thermosetting plastics, such as phenol-formaldehyde, cannot be remoulded

thermosetting

Descriptive of a material such as synthetic resin which hardens when heated or cured, and does not soften when reheated.
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The goal of the paper is substantiation of the possibility of using dielectric spectroscopy for monitoring the state of the hull thermosetting composite electric insulating system of induction traction motors at the technological stage of manufacturing.
Nitto Denko will strive to succeed in this bullish market on a global basis by taking advantage of this newly-developed thermosetting thermal resistant encapsulation sheet for LED.
A method of forming polymer door skins using a low viscosity, shelf stable homogeneous thermosetting reinforced polymer material.
Although considerable research has been carried out on the rheology and kinetics of thermosetting polymers (1-4), relatively little systematic research has been performed on the rheology of filled thermosetting systems during curing.
Thermosetting adhesive industry began to grow in keeping with the growth of plywood industry.
Most existing composites involve thermosetting polymer resins that take on an unalterable shape once polymerized.
Hotbox Process-In this process sand is coated with a mixture of thermosetting binder and an acid salt catalyst before being blown into a vertically- or horizontally-parted corebox heated to 450-550F.
This study focuses on domestic sales of thermosetting and thermoplastic powder coatings which include the following base polymers: Epoxy, Polyester and Acrylic Ester, Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), Polyethylene and Nylon.
Contract notice: deliveries of thermosetting paper with a holographic stripe.
Axalta got its start in commercial powder coatings in 1964 with the acquisition of the Teodur brand that had been manufactured by Wagemakers Lekbrieken, a Dutch family-owned paint company founded in 1848 that sold its first architectural grade thermosetting powder at its site in Teodur.
AAssa, Haddad, and Jamroz begin by describing methods for evaluating different approaches to self-healing materials, then review some examples of different approaches to heal thermoplastic systems and the preparation and characterization of self-healing in thermosetting systems.
Mata, Tsukamoto, and Sekiguchi developed a touch panel with a transparent support, a thermosetting adhesive containing 50 wt% melamine/ formaldehyde resin, and a carbon nanotube (CNT) layer.