peel test

peel test

[′pēl ‚test]
(engineering)
A test to ascertain the adhesive strength of bonded strips of metals by peeling or pulling the metal strips back and recording the adherence values.
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When dealing with polymer-based paints, for example, the peel test readily suggests itself as the preferred experiment for testing the adhesion of the coating.
The adhesion force was determined via a peel test using the VDI 2019 method by peeling the TPE off the hard substrate.
120"; SESA's new Select-Hesive LIMS product: X-34-4172 that bonds to Nylon 6, Nylon 12 and other high-temperature engineering resins; ISO/ASTM standard 90[degrees] peel test specimens; and a test fixture fabricated by ARDL to quantitatively test adhesion on an Instron device.
In addition to the anvil tensile test, pin-pull test and peel test are also used at SuperPower for studying the mechanical behaviors of the 2G HTS wires under a transverse tensile stress.
NPL with industrial partners have developed a tape peel test that can be applied to the PCB or component surface.
There are many well-known types of the destructive testing methods like the tensile test, peel test, tape peel test, indentation bonding test, self-loading test, scratch test, blister test, beam bending test etc [13-16j.
0 meters/second (95 to 12,000 inches/minute) extend far beyond usual peel test speeds.
For example, in the automotive industry a weld is considered good if the average diameter of the pin remaining after the destructive peel test exceeds a predefined minimum value.
It functions as a peel test with up to 25 percent of peel failure stress being along the entire length of the seam during application of pressure.
peel test and tensile test), and ensures that different operators use the same protocol to achieve similar results.
for a given type of loading will be available sets of mounting fixtures for tensile test, test 3 and 4-point bending test pressure and test peel test.
NF EN 1895 Standard "Adhesives for paper and board packaging and disposable sanitary products--180[degrees] "T" peel test for a flexible-to-flexible assembly, "August, 2002.