de-bonding

de-bonding

In pretensioned construction, a procedure used to prevent specific tendons from becoming bonded to the concrete for a specified distance from the ends of the flexural members.
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glazing failures include, but are not limited to, delamination, opacifier film failures, failed gaskets, structural silicone de-bonding, and failed weather sealants.
There are local studies available on shear bond strength of the Self etchant primer system,20 bracket de-bonding during active orthodontic treatment,21 and effect of bleaching on shear bond strength of orthodontic brackets,22 but no local data was available on comparison of mean shear bond strength and Adhesive Remnant Index scores of Clarity and Inspire brackets.
The new Chief heavy-duty product line includes a new Centurion heavy-duty frame rack, new Cam Scan HD photogrammetric measuring system, new Vulcan ADU adhesive de-bonding unit, a new Chief heavy-duty rivet gun, new Chief blind rivet attachment for PNP90 rivet gun, Rotary(R) Lift Mach Series mobile column lifts and Chassis-Liner Heavy-Duty Trucker frame rack.
Similarly, when new dental appliances are provided, events of pain, discomfort and even inhalation / ingestion as well as de-bonding and breakage of dental appliances or their poking components are quite common.
The first thermal cycle, performed over six hours for the first tension (pull) portion, and four hours for the completion of the compression (push) cycle, caused substantial de-bonding of the liner from the pipe.
In this study, changes in b-values with several fracture modes (matrix cracking, de-bonding and fiber breakage) of FRPs were investigated.
The failure of masonry beam strengthened with CFRP wrap is brittle due to de-bonding or rupture of FRP materials in contrast to RC beam where failure is ductile.
High temperature capable WPA removes easily with laser- and solvent-assisted release separation de-bonding.
Failure did not occur for seal A, whereas D, E, H and J displayed various amounts of de-bonding after cycling at -26[degrees]C (temperature specified in CAN/ CGSB-19.
Localised de-bonding of the polymer from the rock surface during fracture movement is unavoidable but does not significantly affect the polymer reinforcing capabilities.