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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Although a good curing speed had been shown by all the adhesive samples as they achieved around 70% of their adhesion strength in 24 h and approximately 90% of the fully cured adhesive strength in 48 h.
These groups can form covalent bonds with the adhesive, helping to improve adhesive strength.
Improved adhesive strength and toughness of polyvinyl acetate glue on addition of small quantities of graphene, ACS applied materials & interfaces 5(4): 1423-1428.
The different behaviors of those two materials during water immersion treatment could cause movements at their interface, resulting in a weaker adhesive strength.
This test provides a standard, reliable and reproducible method for measuring the adhesive strength of the coating film on the metal substrate.
The adhesive strength and initial viscosity of denture adhesives.
Influence of polymers on microstructure and adhesive strength of cementitious tile adhesive mortars.
The purpose of this article is to present the results of two cementation protocols in fiberglass posts, in order to identify which shows the best adhesive strength in the presence of the push-out test.
The trend towards miniaturisation of components has created a need for determining the mechanical load capacity of thin films and coatings, including adhesive strength and wear.
4,46) The pull-off adhesion test was performed to determine the adhesive strength of the coatings on a metal substrate; the results are reported in Table 4.
In the work of [11], an adhesive strength of surfaced layer with amorphous underlayer is considered.