thermal endurance

thermal endurance

A measure of the capability of glass to withstand thermal shock.
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The world's leading chipmaker said its latest product features high performance and energy efficiency while significantly raising the thermal endurance level for automotive applications that often need to operate in extreme environments.
A purpose-built heating and cooling system from HERAEUS NOBLELIGHT is reported to be an essential element of a thermal endurance rig used by BAE Systems' Advanced Technology Solutions team based at Towcester to test a range of materials.
The Above Components A , B And C Are To Be Supplied In The Ratio 90.8: 9.1: 0.1 Rounding Off To The Nearest Packing Qty.2 Re-009 Of M/S Rotomac To Be Supplied Along With Catalyst 1 Percent By Weight With Thermal Endurance 220 Degree Centigrade.
- Non-metallic enclosures testing for thermal endurance, resistance to light and electrostatic charges.
8a and b due to high thermal endurance and nanoscale interaction of the nanotubes that restricts the thermal motion of molecular polymer chains in the heating environment.
Specialized activators with enhanced thermal endurance are needed to ensure good solder wetting, acceptable hole fill and reliable mechanical performance.
The EV LED has been designed to have higher thermal endurance, ensuring better reliability at higher temperatures.
The spectra in figure 4 show lab-aged epoxy resin/glass mat composites which have been correlated to thermal endurance time-temperature ageing tests.
Mica tape is an inorganic mineral (phyllosilicate) that has excellent dielectric properties and mechanical strength, and good thermal endurance. There are two main types of mica used in industrial applications, phlogopite and muscovite.
The mechanical properties and thermal endurance of the joints do not change.
ABS is a thermoplastic used in the production of electrical, electronic and automobile components because of its thermal endurance and electrical properties.
2 is to use a stronger flux--one that has higher activity or better thermal endurance. For most assemblers, this means qualifying a new material, which can be time-consuming and expensive.
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