Definitions for "Adhesion"
The action of sticking; the state of being attached; intimate union; as, the adhesion of glue, or of parts united by growth, cement, or the like.
Adherence; steady or firm attachment; fidelity; as, adhesion to error, to a policy.
Agreement to adhere; concurrence; assent.
Keywords:  friction, rail, locomotive, grip, wheel
For conventional railways, the traction and braking forces are transmitted from the train to the track by means of the frictional adhesion between the wheel and the rail. If the forces are greater than the available adhesion force, the train will slip. See: Adhesion
A measurement of the force required to remove a tape from a substrate.
The amount of pulling or retarding force a wheel is capable of exerting on the rail without slipping or spinning. The base coefficient of friction between the wheel and the rail are the determining factors. These factors are affected by the load on the wheel, wheel and rail condition and external factors such as oil, rust & weather.
Latin ad = to, and haesus = stuck, hence, stuck to, e.g., interthalamic adhesion - variable and functionally insignificant.
remnants of paper where card has been stuck down in an album or in a frame . Does not usually affect appearance of the silk;
PROMOTER: Material used over an O.E.M. or cured insoluble finish to increase the adhesion of the topcoat.
The physical joining of two materials, especially of dissimilar substances like glass and metal.
The maintenance of contact between two touching objects. Adhesion refers to a static condition, whereas traction (also known as "grip") refers to a moving condition.
Adhesion is the controlling of contact between two objects that are a touching each other The contact between a tire and pavement when there is no motion is an example of adhesion.
Keywords:  fascia, sticky, bundle, thickened
a bundle of fascia that becomes thickened and sticky
in irrigation, the property of attraction soil particles have for water.
The attraction of water molecules to other materials as a result of hydrogen bonding.
(cohesion) Attraction between different substances on either side of a phase boundary.
An entrance to an open treaty by a state which did not sign it but is willing to comply with it (this procedure more or less combines signature and ratification in a single act).
Occurs when the insured accepts all conditions outlined in the policy by the insurer, a characteristic of a unilateral contract. All conditions are accepted by the insured "as is," or as written in the contract.
Parties are of unequal bargaining power, and one party (the insured) cannot negotiate any terms, having to accept the offer of the other party.
faithful support for a religion or cause or political party
Keywords:  younger, union, separate, plant, parts
The union of parts which are separate in other plants, or in younger states of the same plant.
Keywords:  contract, see