adhesive strength


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adhesive strength

[ad′hēz·iv ′streŋkth]
(engineering)
The strength of an adhesive bond, usually measured as a force required to separate two objects of standard bonded area, by either shear or tensile stress.
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In addition, some surgical adhesive show less adhesive strength and have limited applications.
These coating agents can further enhance adhesive strength of the ink, while maintaining its electro-conductivity.
I recently came upon an excellent paper on measuring wet adhesive strength via a scratch test [H.
Its combination of flexibility and adhesive strength lends itself to many technology bonding and sealing applications.
The decals shall be made of white pressure-sensitive "VOID" mylar, suitable for application to the exterior surface of a motor vehicle, and having sufficient durability, weather-resistance and adhesive strength for a minimum installed service life of 18 months.
All have excellent adhesive strength at elevated temperatures.
In this research, the values of adhesive strength were calculated 24.
Among specific topics are the structural analysis of steels by cavitation erosion, the in vitro response and adhesive strength of titanium and hydroxyapatite bilayer films on polyetheretherketone substrate, biopolymer blends as potential biomaterials and cosmetic materials, investigating a mechanical valve impairment after eight years of implantation, and the numerical analysis of stresses and strains in a bone-implant assembly.
In addition to its low application temperature of 100 degrees Celsius and its high adhesive strength, Technomelt Supra 100 Cool is also characterized by its wide-ranging suitability in case sealing, carton closing and tray erection.
A fracture mechanics interpretation of the adhesive's detachment is used to obtain and compare the adhesive strength and energy of specimens tested in different peel configurations (33-39).
The halogen-free UL94 VTM-0 tested tape provides a thin, conformal bond line and offers an adhesive strength ofgreater than 32 oz/in (> 35N/100 mm).
The researchers found that the effect of water on adhesive strength correlates with wettability, or the ability of a liquid to maintain contact with a solid surface.