Meaning of lamination in English:


Pronunciation /ˌlamɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n/


See laminate

‘Heat transfer from the conductor bars to the sheet steel laminations is excellent, minimizing local overheating within the rotor during a severe overload peak.’
  • ‘These layers appear as light and dark laminations in cross-section.’
  • ‘After lamination, snowboard edges are finished with metal or plastic.’
  • ‘In the hard format, the only way to apply coatings is to use lamination, which presents other problems, he said.’
  • ‘So the engineers had resorted to lamination, building up sections from planed finger-jointed strips 170 mm wide by 27 mm thick.’