By David B. Wootton (auth.), K. W. Allen (eds.)
The use of adhesives keeps to extend either in value and in parts of use, rather in engineering building. along this can be a regular development in our basic figuring out of the standards concerned. either one of those issues are mirrored in numerous conferences and nowhere extra continuously than on the Annual convention on Adhesion and Adhesives on the urban college each one Easter. 1984 was once the twenty-second of those whilst, once more, humans carne from a ways and on the subject of current bills in their paintings and to debate them in all their style. This e-book makes the papers on hand to the broader viewers who weren't in a position to attend in individual. In offering this quantity, might I exhibit honest gratitude, either in my view and on behalf of the college, to all those that contributed in such a lot of and diverse how you can the convention. ok. W. ALLEN Contents Preface. v l. Textile-to-Rubber Adhesion: concept and perform David B. Wootton (Milliken Industrials Ltd, Wellington Mill, Wellington road, Bury, Lancashire BL8 2AY, united kingdom) 2. features of Adhesion merchandising with versatile covered materials thirteen J. R. Holker and A. J. G. Sagar (Shirley Institute, Didsbury, Manchester M20 8RX, united kingdom) three. The Adhesion of a few Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate Copolymers utilized as scorching soften Coatings to Metals 33 T. A. Hatzinikolaou and D. E. Packham (School of fabrics technology, college of tub, Claverton Down, tub BA2 7 A Y, united kingdom) four. Formation of Indium Bonds for Ultrasonic platforms and exam of steel Diffusion Bonds via Scanning Acoustic Microscopy .
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Mm) Etched St • • 1 Polymer thickness Oxld. l ~ 38 FIb (N/mml T 20 1\ 10 I t ;; OKld. Copper T Etcl'utd St •• 1 Cham. Pol. 3. Peel load for backed strips of polymers A, 8, C and o peeled from the substrate s indicated . Polymer thickness 1,50 to 1,70 mm. 4. Stress-s train curves for polymers /\, B, C and 0 tested at a strain rate of 1,38 rnin- 1 . Dumb-bel l shaped specimens were used. 39 the nature of failure at the interface and the effect of backing on the mechanics of peeling. 4. MECHANiCAl PROPERTIES The tensile properties of the polymers were studied using standard dumb bell shaped specimens.
Is Important. 3. The term "0 Includes all the energy dissipation processes at and In the region of the peel front. 0)' its magnitude is relevant as it Influences the magnitude of 9"0' In cases where the equivalent 01 "0 was chiefly determined by viscoelastic losses Andrews and Kinloch 13 and Maugis and Barquins 9. 10 have found that the term corresponding to "fo Is proportional to W. For higher values of W. higher stresses can be transmitted to the bulk polymer so greater losses occur. 3 the higher peel loads are associated with polymer C (which has a high Intrinsic toughness).
1l. Gent. N. and Hamed. G. R.. J. Appl. Polym. Sci. ~. 2817. (1977> . 12. Crocombe. D. and Adams. D .. J. Adhesion. ~. 241 <1982>' 13. Andrews. H. and Kinloch. J. 14. Satas. D. Proc. Roy. Soc. A322. 285( 1973). and Egan. F .. Adhesives Age. ~(8), 22(1966). 52 Chapter 4 Formation of indium bonds for ultrasonic systems and examination of metal diffusion bonds by scanning acoustic microscopy H. S. Frew, B. S. Johal and M. Nikoonahad Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering University College London Tbrrington Place London VK:IE 7JE England Efficient transmission of ultrasonic radiation between two solids relies on the properties of the bond or adhesive layer between them.