lamination

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n lamination bonding thin sheets together
    • n lamination a layered structure
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Lamination The process of laminating, or the state of being laminated.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n lamination The act of laminating, or the state of being laminated; arrangement in layers or thin plates; specifically, in geology, a division of rock into layers or laminæ: nearly the same as stratification. A stratified rock may or may not be laminated. In the former case each stratum or bed is capable of being divided into thin layers or laminæ. Lamination is hardly possible except in rocks made up of fine-grained materials. The break or interval separating two strata is more evident, and very probably was of longer duration, than that which intervened between the deposition of two successive laminæ. Some English geologists use the term lamination with reference to the crystalline and eruptive rocks, making laminated structure the equivalent of tabular structure, where this has been the result not of stratification but of contraction during the process of cooling, or of some other cause connected with the formation of masses of igneous origin.
    • n lamination In electricity, the constructing of the iron part of a magnetic circuit of thin laminæ or sheets of iron or steel, for the purpose of eliminating, in an alternating or rotating magnetic field, the induction of currents in the iron and the loss of power resulting therefrom. The lamination for this purpose must he at right angles to the direction in which an induced current would flow, but parallel to the direction of the magnetic flux.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • ns Lamination the arrangement of stratified rocks in thin laminæ or layers
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. lamina, a thin plate, a leaf.

Usage

In literature:

Their surface is rough, irregular, laminated or fissured, the ends pointed, blunt or clubbed.
"Essentials of Diseases of the Skin" by Henry Weightman Stelwagon
Shale is consolidated clay, usually with a fine lamination due to bedding.
"The Economic Aspect of Geology" by C. K. Leith
It is usual to specify that the brick used for road surfaces shall be free from marked laminations.
"American Rural Highways" by T. R. Agg
And by lines of lamination.
"Modern Painters Volume I (of V)" by John Ruskin
Those heavy laminations of imbedded metal furnish the inductance.
"Two Thousand Miles Below" by Charles Willard Diffin
The claws of one or more feet may be shed as the result of acute laminitis.
"Special Report on Diseases of Cattle" by U.S. Department of Agriculture
On the top of one of those ponderous laminations tilted edgewise is the king of the gnomes of the new glen.
"Trail Tales" by James David Gillilan
Near the root of the nail there is a part that is not laminated, and it is less abundantly supplied with blood-vessels.
"A Treatise on Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene (Revised Edition)" by Calvin Cutter
He handed them laminated plastic badges with their names and pictures.
"The Scarlet Lake Mystery" by Harold Leland Goodwin
Brittle when cold, but may be laminated when hot.
"The Elements of Blowpipe Analysis" by Frederick Hutton Getman
The greater laminated forms co-exist with these up to the Eocene Tertiary.
"The Chain of Life in Geological Time" by Sir J. William Dawson
The cerebellum is in all cases prominent to the rear, presenting the laminated appearance always distinctive of the organ.
"The Relations of Science and Religion" by Henry Calderwood
When closed coils are used, the cores should be laminated.
"The inventions, researches and writings of Nikola Tesla" by Thomas Commerford Martin
Alongside are Lampin, Lamin, and Lammin.
"Curiosities of Puritan Nomenclature" by Charles W. Bardsley
The armet was connected to the rest of the suit by the gorget, which was usually of thin laminated steel plates.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 13, Slice 2" by Various
In Virginia at that time there was the additional discomfort of laminated iron rails, and cars badly out of repair.
"The Master of Warlock" by George Cary Eggleston
Its structure is laminated, and it breaks into small cubes.
"A Report on Washington Territory" by William Henry Ruffner
It consists of salt in a laminated condition, and with confused crystalization.
"Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. VI, November 1850, Vol. I" by Various
Buff paste, laminated with red.
"The Cultural History of Marlborough, Virginia" by C. Malcolm Watkins
Why laminated limestone should not be used for curbstone.
"The Elements of Geology" by William Harmon Norton
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In news:

Thank goodness for laminate flooring.
"That there is my dad, George Ahrens," Donnie Ahrens said after pulling two well-worn, laminated photographs from his wallet.
Nov 08, 2011 by Lamin Sanneh.
Wide-Format Imaging's annual Laminate Resource Chart provides a reference of the overlaminates in the sign and graphics industry.
Saul Young/News Sentinel From left, Demtria Boyd, Linda Saucedo, and Shelia Dongarra use rollers to remove air bubbles from a laminate used inside the hull of a Malibu Boat on Aug 9, at the company's manufacturing plant in Loudon.
Artgrafix has introduced its line of Polar Pouch Boards for fast and easy mounting and laminating.
Sheets of 8-millimeter-thick, high-pressure laminate panels hang off of a hidden structure of recycled aluminum to make the megawindows, which are nearly 33 feet high with varying widths.
Scapa North America offers a heat-reactive, thermosetting adhesive film called ThermoFilm H153U for bonding, laminating, mounting and gasketing applications.
Also introduced Pro-Teck AQ, a new line of water- and UV-based liquid laminates.
Bordeaux Digital PrintInk has introduced Pro-Teck AQ, a new line of water- and UV-based liquid laminates designed for sign, vehicle, and fleet graphics.
Michelle Naka Pierce remembers her first poem, written when she was in third grade on blue construction paper and laminated.
The polyester laminate film is dual ovenable and self-venting, offering superior heat and hold capabilities and ensuring food safety.
The elevated formaldehyde levels probably come from the glue in pressboard furniture and laminated wood, the study states.
ClearShield Original and ClearShield Type C for canvas liquid laminates.
The Equine Veterinary Journal releases laminitis research articles.
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In science:

Both the property that L(e) is a lamination and its maximality property are related to the fact that local minima of e are distinct.
Random stable laminations of the disk
The θ-stable lamination Here, θ ∈ (1, 2) so that the θ-stable Lévy process X is not continuous.
Random stable laminations of the disk
D, cal led the lamination coded by the càd làg function Z .
Random stable laminations of the disk
The θ-stable lamination is defined as the geodesic lamination L(X exc ), where X exc is the normalized excursion of the θ-stable Lévy process.
Random stable laminations of the disk
We stress that the lamination L(X exc ) is not maximal, in contrast to the case θ = 2.
Random stable laminations of the disk
Assertions (i) and (ii) hold for any geodesic lamination of D, and we leave the proof to the reader.
Random stable laminations of the disk
The stable lamination coded by a continuous function The definitions of the limiting random laminations L(e) and L(X exc ) that appear in our main result Theorem 3.1 for θ = 2 and θ (cid:54)= 2 were somewhat different.
Random stable laminations of the disk
This will allow us to make the connection between our stable laminations and the so-called stable trees, which were studied in particular in [13, 14], in the same way as the Brownian triangulation is connected to the Brownian CRT , and this will also be useful when we calculate the Hausdorff dimension of L(X exc ).
Random stable laminations of the disk
In the continuous setting, we recover these two different points of view in the definition of the θ-stable lamination as L(X exc ) or L(H exc ).
Random stable laminations of the disk
The Hausdorff dimension of the stable lamination In this section, we determine the Hausdorff dimension of L(X exc ) and of some other random sets related to L(X exc ).
Random stable laminations of the disk
Let L(X exc ) be the random lamination coded by the normalized excursion X exc of the θ-stable Lévy process and let A stand for the set of al l endpoints of chords in L(X exc ).
Random stable laminations of the disk
Bonahon, Geodesic laminations on surfaces, in Laminations and foliations in dynamics, geometry and topology (Stony Brook, NY, 1998), Contemp.
Random stable laminations of the disk
English summary) [Asymptotics of Betti numbers, L2 -invariants and laminations], Comment.
Kesten's theorem for Invariant Random Subgroups
Finite element discretization To keep the discretization procedure transparent, it is assumed that each layer of the laminated beam is divided into identical number of elements, leading to the discretization scheme illustrated in Figure 2.
Simple Numerical Model of Laminated Glass Beams
In particular, the ADINA R(cid:13) model is based on the classical laminate theory, cf. , whereas the two simplified approaches assume zero or infinite compliance of the interlayer, recall also discussion in Section 2.
Simple Numerical Model of Laminated Glass Beams
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