adhesive failure

adhesive failure

The separation of two surfaces joined by an adhesive, either by a force less than that specified by the manufacturer or by service conditions.
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P] = 110[degrees]C, which is close to the transition point between the two regimes, adhesive failure occurred after some deformation (Fig.
Adhesive failure was recognized when the failure happened at the adhesive side.
SEM Image of a Debonded Specimen in Group A showing the Adhesive Failure within the Flowable Liner and the Dentin
To avoid the liability of adhesive failure, fix the glue and Aquaflex represents that evolution.
Keywords Atomic force microscopy (AFM), Adhesive failure, Cohesive failure, Delamination threshold, Durability, Fracture threshold, Fluorinated polymer, Fluorinated phosphate, NanoScratch test, Stone and tile, Surface protection
2] Other researchers have not found adhesive failure to be a problem, and we had two partial wound separations (>2 cm in length, none requiring treatment) in 100 Unicirc procedures in our study, [5] and none in 50 procedures in our post-study case series.
When making comparisons within each cement, adhesive failure to tooth structure occurs in 40 to 60%, and the other failure types do not occur in all the cements.
a peel experiment where the lamination sample is being separated, the behavior of the peel forces for cohesive and adhesive failure can be observed by checking the peeled interface.
Rivets enable the joint to be assembled easily and then they provide crack arrest in the event of adhesive failure.
Make sure the dispersive electrode is fully adhered to conductive tissue and in the proper location (surface area impedance can be compromised by adipose tissue, excessive hair, bony prominences, excessive fluid during the case, adhesive failure, and other variables).