cohesive strength

cohesive strength

[kō′hē·siv ′streŋkth]
(mechanics)
Strength corresponding to cohesive forces between atoms.
Hypothetically, the stress causing tensile fracture without plastic deformation.
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It varies depending on the size and shape of the particles, bulk density, compressibility, cohesive strength, humidity, oil content and the kind of chemical reaction to the atmospheric conditions.
Can we develop a rural vision that has as much cohesive strength, ka-pow and downright va-va-vavoom as any Newcastle, Edinburgh, Manchester, Cardiff, Birmingham or London?
The industrial Kmelt adhesives have cohesive strength, adhesion, can be utilized in high speed fabrication lines, look water-white and have low odor.
Separation in the bulk of the weaker adhering phase is called cohesive failure and related to the cohesive strength of that bulk phase.
Like all products in the Acrysure Next Gen product line, the two new double-coated tape additions--TM8510 andTM8520--have been approved for direct skin contact in accordance with International Standard (ISO-10993) guidelines, exhibit low residue chemical activity, good adhesion to a wide range of surfaces and excellent cohesive strength.
Also, the practical impact of the orientation and conformational changes by these elastomers on adhesive and cohesive strength of the system is discussed.
In order to calculate angle of friction and cohesive strength based on Mohr-Coulomb failure criterion, it is necessary to calculate and estimate the concerning parameters for different levels of stresses, because this methodology promote the concise calculation of rock mass strength.
Abstract A NanoScratch methodology was used to evaluate the relative adhesive and cohesive strength of fluorinated poly(methyl methacrylate-co-methacrylic acid) and fluorinated phosphate coatings on stone and tile surfaces.
According to the company, the Dual Matrix Gel System incorporates a unique cross-link technology delivering a silicone gel with improved fracture resistance, cohesive strength and adhesion.
The required outlet size depends on the cohesive strength and the bulk density of the powder.
Incorporating these new polyols into existing formulations yields foams with higher tensile and tear strength, and increased load bearing capacity; adhesives and coatings with improved adhesion, cohesive strength, and weatherability; and elastomers with greater tensile and flexural strength.
In particular, there is an increase in asphalt adhesion with stone materials and an increase in cohesive strength of the binder.