autoclave curing

autoclave curing

[′ȯd·ō‚klāv ′kyu̇r·iŋ]
(engineering)
Steam curing of concrete products, sand-lime brick, asbestos cement products, hydrous calcium silicate insulation products, or cement in an autoclave at maximum ambient temperatures generally between 340 and 420°F (170 and 215°C).

autoclave curing

Steam curing of concrete products, sand-lime brick, asbestos cement products, hydrous calcium silicate insulation products, or cement in an autoclave at maximum ambient temperatures generally between 340 and 420°F (170 and 215°C).
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Tenders are invited for Modular autoclave curing fixture
The paper presents a complete description of the design and manufacturing process of a CF/epoxy mold integrated with a CF resistor heater and intended for an out of autoclave curing of VBO prepregs.
The effect of steel fiber content of 1%~3% under autoclave curing is indicated in G3, owing to the fact that it is the most economic ratio.
The adopted reinforcement should mimic the compression behavior of those used to fabricate prepregs, usually compressed either during impregnation either during lay up, vacuum bagging and autoclave curing, so that the volume fraction of fiber ([V.sub.f]) is close to 60%.
The operation produces complex composite structures utilizing the latest carbon material and autoclave curing technology.
High strength concrete could be achieved by incorporating ground quartz sand and fine stone dust as a partial cement replacement in an autoclave curing system (Jaafar et al.
Autoclave curing is required for certain types of high-performance composites.
The widespread method of autoclave curing, it says, makes part handling complicated, the process is time-consuming, and the quality of process control is not satisfactory.
Finally, a production part may be cured under pressure as in compression, transfer or injection molding, under pressure as in autoclave curing, or without pressure as in LCM or microwave and hot air curing.
Autoclave curing temperatures greater than 800F (412C) are easily handled by the nickel tooling.
With the possible exception of the extremely low operating temperature of the focal-plane environment described elsewhere, the autoclave curing cycle, encountered during fabrication, is probably the most severe environment to which the interconnects (and the other integrated optical components) will be subjected.