the entire process of laminating, joining collectively thin layers.
One thing made by laminating.
A foliation of a closed subset of a manifold by subspaces of one measurement less.
A layer of something which is laminated.
The process of laminating, or the condition to be laminated.
The work of laminating, or the condition of being laminated; arrangement in layers or slim plates; especially, in geology, a division of rock into levels or laminæ: nearly exactly like stratification.
In electricity, the constructing of the iron part of a magnetic circuit of thin laminæ or sheets of iron or steel, for the purpose of eliminating, in an alternating or rotating magnetic field, the induction of currents in the iron and the loss of power resulting therefrom. The lamination for this purpose must he at right angles to the direction in which an induced current would flow, but parallel to the direction of the magnetic flux.