adhesive bond

adhesive bond

[ad′hēz·iv ′bänd]
(mechanics)
The forces such as dipole bonds which attract adhesives and base materials to each other.
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After cure, the adhesive bond is pulled in the shear mode at a constant rate and the peak force to break is measured.
And IFAM researchers have successfully developed a technique to allow a high-strength adhesive bond for industrial use.
A strong adhesive bond is critical to preventing contamination and spoilage, but ease and consistency when opening is equally important to consumers.
Each rod was tested in a pull testing machine to determine the magnitude of force leading to failure; either in the rod itself, the end sleeve, or the adhesive bond.
These results led to a proposal that carbohydrates, about 45 percent by weight of soy flour, are interfering with obtaining greater adhesive bond strengths from the protein portion of the flour.
The thinner adhesive bond line and edgeband itself results not only in a cleaner look, but also reduces the natural resources used from the environment, the company says.
Failed surfaces of untreated PPS-CF and PPS-GF composites were observed and it was found that the failure was essentially interfacial from composite to adhesive resulting in weak adhesive bond strength.
When considering this treatment, it is important to know the effectiveness of the adhesive bond to uncut enamel.
The adhesive is able to bind two articles together for a limited period of time, and then controllably release the adhesive bond between the articles when it comes into contact with a liquid, such as a beverage.
Absence of adhesive bond between PVC lining and intermediate mastic allows possible future ground water seepage to drain away without damaging the lining.
Tri-Gard utilizes an adhesive bond to join a heat seal liner to Tri-Seal F-828 backing.
The clear polyethylene plastic security bags are puncture- and tear-resistant and have an adhesive bond that can be instantly and permanently sealed around luggage.