annealing annealing  /ə ˈni lɪŋ/


  • (n) hardening something by heat treatment


  1. But from the moment of birth, a lot of things set to work on that temperament--moderating it, challenging it, annealing it, wounding it.
  2. His argument is only a state is capable of manufacturing the EFP's, which involves a complicated annealing process.
  3. In an annealing oven the disk will be cooled a few degrees a day until after about ten months it has reached room temperature.


  • Green EVA extrusion line for encapsulation film

    BREYER's extrusion system "CellProtect" allows the production of low shrinkage encapsulation film at high production speed - no energy consuming annealing necessary, no interlayer necessary SAN FRANCISCO, July 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Encapsulation film produced on regular extrusion lines has naturally a shrinkage which effects not only the process of laminating but can result in destroyed wafers ...
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