open defect

open defect

An unfilled hole or gap in lumber, plywood, or wood veneer.
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This technology has applications in printed electronics, touch screens, wearable electronics, smart packaging, automotive, biosensors, medical devices, anti-counterfeiting and open defect repair especially for solar cells, integrated circuits, printed circuit boards, multichip modules, and photolithographic masks.
(2) During the fault-model generation process, the critical area and the related defect probability of each potential bridge and open defect are analyzed.
Customers developing in Salesforce will be able to open defects in ServiceNow.
Taking advantage of the facial soft-tissue and bony open defects allowed excellent direct visualization and access from above to the frontal sinus, skull base, and FSOT.
Open defects were associated with abnormalities such as hydrocephalus, Arnold-Chiari, syrinx.
Pre-conception maternal folate consumption seems to have less of an effect than in open defects, although folate-dependent pathways in neural tube closure are involved in OSD.
If the dry film resist does not conform to the surface, nicks or open defects increase dramatically while the etching solution seeps in under the resist.
Defect status (e.g., age of open defects, number of open/closed defects, and breakdown by defect categories).
In testing more than 900 packages containing almost 300,000 BGA joints, over 70 open defects were found (Figure 7).
It can replace at-speed scan or functional testing to a reasonable quality level because digital logic speed failures often are caused by resistive bridging or capacitively coupled open defects which also elevate [I.sub.DDQ].