inburst

inburst

(ˈɪnˌbɜːst)
n
an irruption
vb (intr)
to burst in
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In addition to a large number of enterprises' inburst, the global and Chinese OBD telematics market characterized the followings in 2014: (1) The service function of OBD telematics was further promoted besides application in UBI, fleet management, etc.
Whilst polymer material is placed between these electrodes, the charged particles inburst onto the surface to induce vehement reaction with radical mechanism, which makes dipoles oriented and charges injected in PVDF film.