semicured

semicured

(ˈsɛmɪˌkjʊəd)
adj
partly cured or preserved
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Tenders are invited for Semicured Ceramic Sheet Scq-H Size: 0.
fully cured or semicured Spanish chorizo, cut into thin diagonal slices 1 tsp.
Semicured is softer; try Chorizo Bilbao by La Espanola Meats ($10 for 1 lb), Basque-style with a tart edge.
has obtained a patent for a method of forming a coating film on a vehicle body comprised of the steps of coating the vehicle body with a thermosetting and photocurable clear coating composition to form a wet coating film heating the wet coating film at 70[degrees]C to 160[degrees]C for 10 to 20 minutes to obtain a semicured coating film having a hardness between 2B to H on the pencil hardness scale, grinding and polishing the semicured coating film and irradiating the semicured coating film with ultraviolet light having a wavelength of 200 to 450 nm at a dosage of 500 to 1,500 mJ/[cm.
The company also offers a Resinfelt compact airlaid line to manufacture cured and semicured resinated felts for acoustic insulation and molded parts for automotive and other uses.
Bell and coworkers have investigated the spontaneous polymerization processes for grafting of high-temperature-resistant coatings onto metal substrates, and they found that some of the semicured thermoplastic matrix materials could be further crosslinked by a "postcure step" for the enhancement of desired properties [8-10].
Typical x-y cross-hatching methods produce a rather fragile matrix of thin-walled chambers that trap liquid or semicured resin inside like water is trapped in partially frozen ice cubes in a freezer tray.
Laroche will also present its new compact Resinfelt line to manufacture semicured resinated felts for molded automotive parts and other applications.