adherend


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adherend

[‚ad′hir·ənd]
(materials)
A body attached to another by means of an adhesive substance.
The surface to which an adhesive adheres.

adherend

A body which is held to another by an adhesive.
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At a high enough load, the adherend will detach from the substrate starting from the edge and proceed to the center as shown In the figure.
Among specific topics are preparing thick adherend shear test specimens, quasi-testing bulk compression on flat specimens, the pin-and-collar test method, the compact mixed mode fracture test method, testing adhesive bonds under peel and shear loads at increased velocities, and measuring time-dependent crack growth.
perhaps ultimately leaving only Van der Waals forces to sustain adhesion, but this is not attempted here because it would depend on the chemistry of each substrate, as well as the chemistry of each adherend.
The heat-sensitive adhesive material exhibits such an adhesive strength to the adherend as to increase with time from immediately after applying the heat-sensitive adhesive material to the adherend.
According to current adhesion theories, the main mechanism for adhesion involves intimate molecular contact, attained by intermolecular or valence forces exerted by molecules in the surface layers of the adhesive and adherend.
Nanoindents were placed on the tangential side in the S2 cell wall lamina within rows of daughter cells that extended from the bondline into the wood adherend.
A Splitting of contracts is not provided, since the production and foiling be carried out by a supplier and the start of production usually is not known at what location are the adherend vehicles.
Tack is the property of an adhesive to enable formation of a bond immediately on contact with another surface, which can be an adherend or another layer of adhesive (European Committee for Standardization 2005).
Once the adhesive and the adherend are in proximity, there are molecular interactions such as the vdW forces involved in the bond, which contribute significantly to the bond strength arising from millions of contact points of nanofibers.
However, the adhesion between the adhesive and the backing is still important in that a low level of adhesion at this locale would result in transfer of the adhesive from the backing to the adherend.
The evaluations support the idea that the present European creep test standard should be revised, especially with regard to smaller adherend cross sections, in order to reduce the superimposed creep contribution of the wood.
Although mechanical interlocking clearly promotes the bonding strength between two materials, when considering that good adhesion occurs with a smooth adherend as well, there should be another type of mechanism which strongly affects the bonding.