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interlayer

The plastic layer between two sheets of glass in the manufacture of laminated glass.
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The PVB Interlayers Market Size was Estimated to be USD 3.1 Billion in 2019 and is Projected to Reach USD 4.4 Billion by 2024, at a Cagr of 7.3%
This study aims to elucidate the planar stress transfer mechanism of the nanoscale interlayers in a multilayered structure.
Based on the above analysis, the main composition of interlayers is mudstone, which is mainly composed of clay minerals.
The focus of the current study is to investigate the explosion resistance and energy absorption characteristics of a concrete plate composite structure when polyurethane-foamed aluminum is used as the energy-absorbing interlayer.
Besides, two new peaks have larger d-spacings than those of the pristine graphite power, suggesting that the expansion of the graphite interlayer is not uniform.
We did not establish a clear difference between the graphene layers deposited on [alpha]C and DLC interlayers; however, bi- and three-layered areas were more frequently observed on DLC interlayers.
Barshad [2] studied the factors affecting the interlayer expansion of vermiculite and montmorillonite with organic substances and determined that the extent of interlayer expansion was affected primarily by the size, charge, and total amount of the cations and by the magnitude of the dipole moment and the dielectric constant of the immersion liquid.
Lu developed an interlayer from a blend of thermoplastic resins with high refractive index and improved acoustic and optical properties.
et al., "Next Generation PVB Interlayer for Improved HUD Image Clarity," SAE Int.
Accordingly, the methyl phenyl polysiloxane resin adhered very well to the underlying metal substrate, regardless of the presence of the organosilane interlayers. Similarly, the pencil tests showed that surface hardness up to 3-4 H could be achieved.
The thin sections from interlayers B/C and E/D reveal a non-uniform distribution of organic matter, while in interlayer C/D its accumulations have an irregular shape.