Formation and separation of laminæ or layers; one of the methods by which the various blastodermic layers of the ovum are differentiated.
The partial, or complete separation of the layers making up the laminate. May be used to reduce tension, print on the backing, or for other converting requirements.
A built-up roofing membrane failure characterized by separation of the felt plies, sometimes resulting in wrinkling and cracking.
The separation of the inner plys in a panel due to the failure of the adhesive bond.
Debonding of laminate
subsurface separation of concrete into layers
The internal splitting of paper in the printing nip which occurs most on the heat-set web offset blanket-to-blanket presses. It is due to a weakness in the body paper or high ink tack. Separation of the ply bond of boards or laminated paper materials.
The separation of two or more materials generally bonded together with an adhesive, the separation of layers.
Parting of layers of a sheet of paper made on a cylinder machine.
The exfoliation of composite layers from each other. Separation of plies in a laminate due to adhesive failure. It includes the separation of layers of fabric from the core structure.
Physical Properties and Testing Separation of bonded layers in a laminate due to failure of the adhesive itself or at the adherend interface.
The separation of composite layers from each other.
When the surface of a finished part separates or appears to be composed of layers. Strata or fish-scale-type appearance where the layers may be separated.
The separation of layers of laminates through failure within the adhesive or of the bond between adhesive and laminate.
The separation of a laminate along the plane of it's layers. Also the separation of bonded insulation within the adhesive layer or at the adhesive interface.
The physical separation of one layer from another.
The condition of leather which has degraded, separating into grain and flesh layers; due to the incomplete penetration of the tan liquor when it was made [Thornton/Swann, 1983]. I'm told that sheep delaminates naturally. [Saguto
Term used to describe glass separating from the vinyl inner layer in a laminated part.
Defect in which tyre treads separate from the carcass. Also applies to the unwanted separation of fibreglass sheeting.
Separation or failure of the bond in laminate layers from each other or from another surface material.
Delamination refers to the separation of the coating from the substrate. It can also refer to separation between multiple layers of coating or even to cohesive failure of a coated part.
The separating of laminated layers of a material or system.
separating the layers
The separation of layers of a laminate from one another.
The separation of the surface veneer from the paper or other backing. This also refers to the separation of the component veneer sheet, strip or roll from the substrate.
The separation of the top piles of laminate from the base material.
A split in a laminated plastic along the plane of its layers.
The separation of the secondary backing from the primary backing.
The separation of ply layers due to adhesive failure or the separation of layers of fabric from the core structure. A delamination may be associated with bridging, drilling and trimming.
Separation of a layer of one material from another.
Separation of two layers of coating.
The horizontal separation of (2) materials due to a failure between the mating surfaces.
A separation between any of the layers of a base material or between the laminate and the conductive foil, or both.
A separation between any of the layers of the base of laminate or between the laminate and the metal cladding originating from or extending to the edges of a hole or edge of board.
The separation of layers in a laminate through failure of the resin binder or adhesive.
The separation of layers in a laminate, through failure within the adhesive, or at the bond between adhesive and laminate.
Separation of the panel face from the core, or a laminate from its substrate.
The separation of a ski's base or top sheet from its core, which is usually irreparable.
The failure of the bond between layers, as when windshield glass separates from the laminate, or when paint peels from the substrate beneath it.
Separation of layers of stone along bedding planes.
The loss of adhesion between two layers of paint, causing material to separate from the painted surface or substrate.
The process of disconnecting the layers of a composite.
The separation of the layers of a sheet of paper.
The separation of a material into layers, in a direction approximately parallel to the surface. For instance, a backing separating from an adhesive during unwind.
The separation of individual plies in a laminate or the separation of the vinyl substrate from the scrim.
The separation of the inner plys in a panel. This is typically caused by the failure of the adhesive bond.
The separation of a laminated plastic material along the plane of its layers.
This describes the separation of the individual plies in a laminate. Laminates are typically made of two or more plies that are fused together under combinations of heat, pressure, and adhesive. When a lamination comes apart, delamination has occurred.
In coach construction, a failure of the adhesive bond line, or of one of the individual components, within a laminated assembly (sidewall, roof, floor, etc.). Modern construction adhesives have reduced this problem.
A separation of the paper's surface.
The splitting apart or separation of layers, usually in the painted iris, when pigments used are incompatible to the acrylic.
The separation of layers. Substrate separates from the adhesive. EDGE SEAL - A description of the amount of lamination that extends beyond the material being laminated. Most common is 1/8" seal on all sides. A document with edge seal on all sides is water tight.
A failure of the bond between laminate and substrate in a composite board or panel.
A separation between plies with a material base, between a base material and a conductive foil, or any other planar separation with a printed board.
The separation of layers in a laminate substrate. The main cause of delamination is adhesive failure.
To split a laminated plastic material along the plane of its layers. Physical separation or loss of bond between laminate plies.
The separation of the layers of plywood sheathing due to exposure to moisture.
Separation of plies or layers of wood or other materials through failure at an adhesive joint.
(PCB) A separation of the different bonded layers within the PCB.
A separation or splitting of the tape such as separation of the backing into two distinct layers, separation between laminations of a tape consisting of more than one and backing, or the separation between filaments and backing of a filaments reinforced tape.
The separation of veneer in plywood through failure of the adhesive.
Separation of the secondary backing or attached cushion from the primary backing of the carpet.
Peeling off of thin broad layers of stone. Related to the inherent physical structure of the material.
The separation of felt plies in a built-up roofing membrane, sometimes resulting in wrinkling and cracking.
Tendency of a fabric to be pulled apart (layer separation) by normal surface forces or shear tensions.
A separation between plies within the base material, between the base material and the conductive foil, or both. Occurs both in PCBs and chip ceramic capacitors.
Separations or splitting, usually caused by lack of adequate or sufficient adhesion in laminating or plied goods.
The separation of layers in laminated wood or plywood because of failure of the adhesive, either within the adhesive itself or at the interface between the adhesive and the wood.
detachment of the fibers from the matrix, or a crack in the matrix running parallel to a laminate layer
Separation of layers in a laminate because of adhesive failure.
The separation between layers of coats due to very poor adhesion.
Separation of laminated layers of a material or system.
de - prefix meaning down, away, off; L. lamina - plate, leaf, layer]. The process by which a cell layer splits into two separate layers.
A visible separation between plies that would normally receive glue at their interface and be firmly contacted in the pressing operation. Wood characteristics, such as checking, leafing, splitting, and broken grain, are not to be construed as delamination. See corresponding definition for those terms.
Separation of the plies in a panel due to failure of the adhesive; usually caused by excessive moisture
Separation of the plies or layers of wood or other materials through failure of the adhesive joint. -------- Back to the Top
Separation of individual layers of a laminated material, e.g., separation of emulsion from the glass base in photographic plates or separation of individual layers in optical discs.
splitting, physical separation or loss of bond along the plane of layers of a laminated material
the separation of the layers of material in a laminate.
Separation of various paint layers from the substrate or previous coatings.
A condition where wallpaper backing separates from the top or intermediate layer of vinyl. One frequent cause is excessive soaking. Some wallpaper, such as grasscloth and stringcloth, should relax only 3 to 5 minutes before installation.
Separation of the layers of material in a laminate, either local or covering a wide area. Can occur in the cure or subsequent life.
Loss of adhesion between applied layers of coating, or between the coating and the underlying substrate.
A failure in a laminating assembly characterized by the separation or loss of adhesion between plies, such as in built-up roofing or glue-laminated timber.
Separation of felt plies in a built-up membrane; separation of insulation boards into horizontal strata.
A term used for the separation of the paneling of filon and luan constructing a fiberglass sidewall of an RV. Usually caused by water leaks and gives the exterior fiberglass skin a wavy or bubbled appearance. Depending on the size of the delamination, it can be an expensive repair.
Separation of the layer(s) of the ground, paint and/or varnish layer(s). Delamination Examples
The undesirable separation or buckling of the release liner from an adhesive layer usually in the parallel direction of the web. Most often found during high humid conditions causing the paper to grow.
A separation of piles or layers of wood through failure of the adhesive.
separation of the laminated layers of a component or system.
Palstautuminen Delaminering Takes place in ink transfer in offset printing as the ink splitting force pulls the coating layer apart from base layer or splits the base paper. In board printing results often in bubbles in print.
An unbonded area in laminated glass between glass and PVB.
v. the process on older laminated door safes of having to remove some layers of the lamination to allow access to the lock
The separation of a material into layers, in a direction approximately parallel to the surface. For instance, a facestock separating from the liner during processing.
The separation of layers in an engineered wood board. Usually caused by failure within the adhesive or at the bond between adhesives and veneer.
The partial or complete separation of the layers of a laminate.
Separation of plies or layers of wood or other material through failure of the adhesive bond.
A separation of the bonded layers or foils of a laminated material, such as a printed circuit board.
The separation of the layers in a laminate caused by the failure of the adhesive or resin binder.
1. Separation of layers that were intended to be remain fastened together. 2. Separation of the plies in plywood due to a break down of the glue. 3. Defective paint job where the layers separate.
A separation of plies or layers of wood, often as a result of the breakdown of adhesives.
separation of the plies in a roof membrane system or separation of laminated layers of insulation.
Total or partial separation of ply within base material or multilayer printed boards.