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  • n. Plural form of delamination.


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  • Layers that come unglued, so - called delaminations, are not always obvious to the naked eye, as this ultrasound inspection reveals.

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  • Reading through the 174 page report (PDF) there's this : A commercially available two-part epoxy resin system (Cytec Cycom 823) was successfully used for the repair of internal matrix cracking and delaminations through the thickness of a 16 ply glass fibre reinforced polymer (GFRP) laminate.

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  • The CT option will enhance the ability to locate and quantify internal structures, regions of damage, porosity, cracking, delaminations, intrusion, and other sub-surface properties where standard reflection imaging is inadequate.

  • The combination of a medium range designation, improved fuel efficiency and lightweight composite usage should give the new Boeing Dreamliner a competitive edge over comparable Airbus offerings, but only time will tell if Boeing's scientists have indeed created a structural material that will ensure this new jet does not over time become susceptible to the sort of flight surface delaminations that have plagued the

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  • This led to the first tank - fabricated by Alliant in Sunnyvale - found to have debonds and delaminations - being sent back to try and fix the problems.

  • Just before the twice delayed first flight in June, a wing stress test revealed delaminations in support stringers where the wing meets the fuselage.


  • The measurement values clearly indicate where delaminations, i.e. defects in the bonded connection, have occurred with the materials during processing. - latest science and technology news stories

  • The NTSB did not find any fault with the composite plastic design of the tail fin; however, it did immediately order a one-time visual inspection of all A300-600 and A310 tail fins within 15 days to look for "edge delaminations, cracked paint, surface distortions, other surface damage, and failure of the transverse (side) load fittings.


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