A mass of hexagonal waxen cells, formed by bees, and used by them to hold their honey and their eggs.
Any substance, as a easting of iron, a piece of worm-eaten wood, or of triple, etc., perforated with cells like a honeycomb.
Hexagonal beeswax cells built by honey bees.
a framework of hexagonal cells resembling the honeycomb built by bees
Small voids left in concrete because the mortar failed to fill the spaces around the aggregate.
A method by which concrete is poured and not puddled or vibrated, allowing the edges to have voids or holes after the forms are removed. An area in a foundation wall where the aggregate (gravel) is visible. Honeycombs can be usually be remedied by applying a thin layer of grout or other cement product over the affected area. See aggregate and vibration.
In concrete, an open sell like surface texture that occurs while pouring the concrete.
Voids left in concrete when the forms are pulled.
An inner filling made of aluminium in a honeycomb pattern which gives strength and rigidity to carbon fibre and Kevlar with little weight penalty.
Refers to an inner filling made of aluminium which gives strength and rigidity to carbon fibre and Kevlar .
In geometry, a honeycomb is a name for a space-filling tessellation, just as a tiling is a tessellation of a plane or 2-dimensional surface.