postheating

postheating

[¦pōst′hēd·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Application of heat after thermal spraying, brazing, or welding to control cooling rate.
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During cooling, the observed volume undergoes several postheating cycles by additive formation of further layers on top of the observed volume; hence, it is possible that a considerable fraction of [epsilon]-Co can be generated via alterations in the process conduct [10].
This chemically cured formation of the conduction path of the silver nanoparticles not only facilitates the usage of substrates of low glass transition temperature ([T.sub.g]) but also eliminates the need of a prevalent expensive inkjet printer which employs expensive equipment and long postheating process.
However, the development of smooth finishes after postheating of polyphthalamidebased coatings deposited by electrostatic FB was detailed by Barletta et al.
Preparation and effects of postheating treatment on the photoelectrochemical behavior," Journal of the Electrochemical Society, vol.
The protocol included a 10 min preheating period, a 50 min heating period, and a 10 min postheating period [19].
However, in our process, adhesion between the polymer film and the steel sheet was achieved by a postheating treatment after the nip exit thanks to infrared ovens, which leads to a very good final adhesion.
Other web process heating applications include curing, preheating, postheating, thermal bonding, laminating, fusing and sintering.
Pre-heating and postheating are not required and should be avoided.
[20] have conducted an experimental study into thermal softening and thermal recovery of the compressive strength of structural balsa wood and revealed that when balsa is heated to 250[degrees]C or higher, the postheating strength properties would be reduced significantly by decomposition processes of all wood constituents, which irreversibly degrade the wood microstructure.
Such type of test is called "hot tension test." Another testing type is "postheating tension test" [9-12].