Damnification - definition of Damnification by The Free Dictionary
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|n.||1.||That which causes damage or loss.|
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The porosity of [C.sub.f]/SiC composites was controlled and then the compact process was carried out after the joining has finished, which reduced the damnification
of joints as much as possible.
Ultimate strength assessment of hull structural plate with pitting corrosion damnification
under biaxial compression.
GLP-2 inhibited the damnification
of TER caused by LPS stress and maintained the barrier function of IPEC-J2 cells (Figure 1).