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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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For the most common situation, that is, multicomponent injection molding with two or more thermoplastic materials, various studies have been performed describing process settings and the influence of local parameters, for example, temperature at the interface, on the resulting adhesive strength [2-4].
The report from Research and Markets says the benefits of chloroprene rubber, the most widely used diene-based elastomer, include weatherability characteristics; resistance to ozone, high temperatures and corrosive chemicals, solvents and oil; high mechanical and tear strength; good abrasion resistance; flame resistance; and high adhesive strength and bonding capability to metals.
According to a MEC press release on Monday, the adhesive strength of the sunroof glass ASSY of the above mentioned models may become weak.
The product offers an exceptionally good balance between flexibility and tensile adhesive strength, the company said.
Silva, de Brito, and Veiga (2010) investigated on the red-clay ceramic waste construction in mortar production and concluded that replacement ratios of up to 20-50% improved the adhesive strength relative when compared with a reference mortar.
The results showed that the adhesive overflow can improve the adhesive strength. The energy release rate and the strain energy density criterion may be beneficial in identifying adhesive strength and failure sites.
These groups can form covalent bonds with the adhesive, helping to improve adhesive strength. The oxygen percentage close to the surface can increase by a factor of three (x3), achieving shear strengths above 20 MPa.
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.