Meaning of delamination in English:

delamination

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noun

technical

See delaminate

‘A recent study found that delamination of the patellar component was a common finding, particularly if the implant has been retrieved more than two years after implantation.’
  • ‘The complex composite structure of the plane would be weakened by any colouring, as heat would build up, leading to delamination and possible cracking.’
  • ‘The areas of delamination of the panels of food safe cladding in the existing factory continued to be a source of concern.’
  • ‘In the case of plywood siding, look for areas of delamination - separation of the layers of plywood - or for overlap seam that may be working loose.’
  • ‘The material strongly and uniformly adheres to substrates with no bridging, flaking, or delamination even when the devices are fully expanded.’