warpage

) The deviation from flatness of a board characterised by an approximately cylindrical or spherical curvature. (Also referred to as ‘bow` and ‘twist`)
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Warpage

• (n.) The act of warping; also, a charge per ton made on shipping in some harbors.
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Warpage

Warp'age noun The act of warping; also, a charge per ton made on shipping in some harbors.
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Warpage

Deformation other than contraction that develops in a casting between solidification and room temperature; also, distortion occurring during annealing, stress relieving, and high-temperature service.
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Warpage

Dimensional distortion in a composite part.
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Warpage

Dimensional distortion of a plastic part due to strain resulting from injection molding or other conversion methods.
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