encapsulant


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en·cap·su·lant

 (ĕn-kăp′sə-lənt)
n.
A material used for encapsulating.
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Corner bond or underfill is a fluid encapsulant that fills the gap between the component and the PCB to provide a strong mechanical bond, and to relive stress between fragile interconnections.
The Group's two new encapsulant production lines have commenced production and enhanced the production capability of the Group significantly.
ENGAGE PV Polyolefin Resins are a family of high performance resins designed for photovoltaic (PV) encapsulant films.
In this process, a bead of non-sag silicone is applied to the module to create a dam around the encapsulation area, which is then filled with a low viscosity encapsulant such as a platinum-catalysed silicone gel.
Even when stored at these temperatures, the encapsulant on the sensor does not display any stress cracks.
8(a), the luminous flux values of LED chips increased with the increase of encapsulant's RI.
In addition, cracks in the encapsulant form pathways to the carbon pores.
It has a high viscosity but remains flowable and can be used as an adhesive, sealant, coating and encapsulant in sections up to 1/8"-thick.
Therefore, a method was devised to selectively remove the encapsulant without affecting the fragile element, thus permitting further detailed inspection.
The rh in PV modules depends on their ambient climate, material (encapsulant, back sheet) properties, and the operation conditions.
Tokyo, Oct 5, 2013 - (JCN) - Kuraray, through joint research with the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), has developed high-durability encapsulant polyvinyl butyral (PVB) films that help to make photovoltaic(PV) modules lighter and less expensive, and has begun sampling them in test markets.
(SeeNews) - Nov 9, 2012 - US solar encapsulant maker STR Holdings Inc (NYSE:STRI) swung to a net loss from continuing operations of USD 3.6 million (EUR 2.8m) in the third quarter of 2012 as sales plunged.