epoxy joint

epoxy joint

In masonry, a visible joint filled with epoxy resin in place of mortar or caulking.
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This means that the difference between the displacements at the stiffener edge and on the PCB must be accounted for by elasticity in the epoxy joint or in locally concentrated bending of the PCB at the PCB/ceramic stiffener joint.
We successfully applied the Bauwens approach to describe the behavior of the modified epoxy joint (0.5 mm thick joint) over a wide range of strain rates and temperatures.
Therefore, in the temperature range from 24 to 80 [degrees] C, the yield behavior of the modified epoxy joint, above [Mathematical Expression Omitted], may be described by the sum of the partial stresses [[Tau].sub.[Alpha]] and [[Tau].sub.[Beta]] required to free the different kinds of molecular motions implied in the deformation process.
It means that the yield behavior of the modified epoxy joint occurs for a same microstructural state in the corresponding temperature range.
So, Eq 8 clearly shows the agreement between the thermodynamic model of Escaig and the Eyring-Bauwens approach, to account for the behavior of the modified epoxy joint at high strain rates in terms of molecular motions linked to the [Beta] relaxation.
I made it using straight-grained mahogany, epoxy joints, and a linseed-oil finish for weatherproofing.