By David B. Wootton (auth.), K. W. Allen (eds.)
The use of adhesives maintains to extend either in significance and in components of use, quite in engineering building. along it is a regular development in our primary realizing of the criteria concerned. either one of those issues are mirrored in quite a few conferences and nowhere extra constantly than on the Annual convention on Adhesion and Adhesives on the urban collage each one Easter. 1984 was once the twenty-second of those while, once more, humans carne from some distance and with reference to current bills in their paintings and to debate them in all their kind. This ebook makes the papers on hand to the broader viewers who weren't in a position to attend in individual. In providing this quantity, may perhaps I exhibit honest gratitude, either individually and on behalf of the college, to all those that contributed in such a lot of and numerous how one can the convention. okay. W. ALLEN Contents Preface. v l. Textile-to-Rubber Adhesion: thought and perform David B. Wootton (Milliken Industrials Ltd, Wellington Mill, Wellington road, Bury, Lancashire BL8 2AY, united kingdom) 2. elements of Adhesion merchandising with versatile lined 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 bathtub, Claverton Down, tub BA2 7 A Y, united kingdom) four. Formation of Indium Bonds for Ultrasonic structures and exam of steel Diffusion Bonds through Scanning Acoustic Microscopy .
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LOb). The tendency to form such a lip Is greatest where the yield strength Is lowest (I. e. polymer A) and for the chlorite oxldlsed copper. This combination of course gives the highest peel load (Fig. 3). 3 Summary The results presented here suggest that the adhesion of these EVAs to metals reflects the mechanical properties of the polymer and the nature of the substrate. High toughness In the polymer and also low yield strength can enhance adhesion. Of the substrates studied the highest adhesion was found to copper with a fibrous surface oxide film Into which the polymer can penetrate.
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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.