superlayer

superlayer

[′sü·pər‚lā·ər]
(fluid mechanics)
A very thin, highly convoluted interface that separates the turbulent from the nonturbulent regions in a flow of high Reynolds number.
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The above workers noticed an interesting property of their epoxy loaded samples which seemed to contradict previous work that used chromium as a superlayer instead of epoxy.
The microstrip test is closely related to the MELT test in that the same principle of using a superlayer on top of the layer to be tested is used to get a sufficient driving force for delamination.
The Henry Infinity is distinguished by its singular ability to offer instant editing, compositing, color correction, effects and graphics across an infinite number of superlayers, and unlimited opportunity for change on any layer, at any time, without the need to dismantle and rebuild the piece.