effective bond

effective bond

A bond in brickwork which is completed at the ends with a 2½-in. (5-cm) closer.
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The length of CFRP that included the active bonded area was termed the "effective bond length." A bond model of the effective bond length Le (m) was given by Chen and Teng [25]:
When the effective bond length is determined, the maximum anchorage force that a single bolt can provide can be quickly obtained; the calculation method will be described in detail in subsequent articles.
Acrylic dentures due to their cost-effectiveness are quiet popular among elderly population seeking help for the replacement of missing teeth.1 Despite chemical bonding between acrylic teeth and acrylic denture bases, teeth detachment particularly in the anterior segment of the dentures is a frequent occurrence and is quiet frustrating for both the dentists and the patients.2-4 To increase the life-span and strength of the acrylic dentures, an effective bond strength between the acrylic teeth and the denture base is mandatory.5
Slade needs to make a choice and stick to it if he wants to establish an effective bond at the centre of his defence.
Al-Balooshi and his team have established an effective bond, and it is starting to pay dividends.
To see the flaws in this approach, consider the value that an effective bond rating service offers to the financial markets: The bond ratings help lenders (bond investors) pierce the fog of asymmetric information so as better to determine the creditworthiness of potential borrowers (bond issuers), while also providing the opportunity for the more creditworthy borrowers to stand out from (and pay lower interest rates than) their less creditworthy peers.
Besides choosing their clients carefully, effective bond agents also have to do a fair amount of babysitting, checking up on their charges on a regular basis and even making wake up calls on the defendant's court day.
Pre-cured sealants are commonly used in butt joint applications where the joint depth is not adequate for standard sealants to achieve an effective bond. This commonly occurs in leaking aluminum window systems.
And he has a back row of Jon Russell, James Hynes and Jason Mellors with whom he has struck an effective bond.

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