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Adhesion and adhesives technology : an introduction

Author: Alphonsus V Pocius
Publisher: Munich : Hanser Publishers ; Cincinnati : Hanser Publications, ©2012.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alphonsus V Pocius
ISBN: 9781569905111 1569905118 3446431772 9783446431775
OCLC Number: 786161511
Description: xvi, 270 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction --
1.1. Introduction and Chapter Objectives --
1.2. Basic Definitions --
1.3. Advantages and Disadvantages of Adhesive Bonding --
1.4. Uses of Adhesive Bonding in Modern Industry --
1.5. Economics of Adhesive Technology --
1.6. Literature and Other Sources of Information --
1.7. Summary --
References --
2. The Mechanical Properties of Materials as They Relate to Adhesion --
2.1. Introduction --
2.2. Definition of Mechanical Stresses for Materials Testing --
2.3. Stress-Strain Plots and the Definition of Materials Property Parameters --
2.3.1. Tensile Forces --
2.3.2. Shear Forces --
2.3.3. Strain Energy Density --
2.4. Introduction to Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics --
2.5. Introduction to Rheology of Liquids --
2.6. Introduction to Linear Viscoelasticity --
2.7. An Application of Materials Properties and Mechanics: The Bending of Beams --
2.8. Summary --
Bibliography --
Problems and Review Questions. 3. Mechanical Tests of Adhesive Bond Performance --
3.1. Introduction --
3.2. Failure Modes and the Definition of Practical Adhesion --
3.3. Tensile Testing of Adhesive Bonds --
3.4. Shear Loading of Adhesive Bonds --
3.4.1. The Standard Lap Shear Specimen --
3.4.2. Variations on the Lap Shear Specimen --
3.4.3. Specimen for Determining the True Shear Properties of an Adhesive --
3.4.4. The Goland-Reissner Analysis of the Lap Shear Specimen --
3.5. Cleavage Loading of Adhesive Bonds --
3.5.1. Cleavage or Fracture Specimens --
3.5.1.1. Double Cantilever Beam Specimens --
3.5.1.2. Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics Applied to the Double Cantilever Beam Specimen --
3.5.2. Blister Test --
3.5.3.Compact Tension Test --
3.5.4. Wedge Test --
3.6. Peel Tests --
3.6.1. Stress Analysis in a Peel Specimen --
3.7. Summary --
Bibliography --
References --
Problems and Review Questions --
4. The Basics of Intermodular Forces and Surface Science --
4.1. Introduction --
4.2. Fundamental Forces. 4.2.1. Electrostatic Forces --
4.2.2.van der Waals Interactions --
4.2.2.1. Dipole-Dipole Interactions --
4.2.2.2. Dipole-Induced Dipole --
4.2.2.3. Dispersion Forces --
4.2.3. Interactions through Electron Pair Sharing --
4.2.4. Repulsive Forces --
4.3. Surface Forces and Surface Energy --
4.4. Work of Cohesion and Adhesion --
4.5. Methods of Measurement of Surface Energy and Related Parameters --
4.5.1. Surface Tension --
4.5.1.1. Drop Weight/Volume Method --
4.5.1.2. Du Nuoy Tensiometer --
4.5.2. Surface Energy of Solids --
4.5.2.1. Contact Angle Methods --
4.5.2.2. Contact Mechanics and Direct Measurement of Solid Surface Energy --
4.6. Surface Thermodynamics and Predictions of Surface and Interfacial Tensions --
4.6.1. The Good-Girifalco Relationship --
4.6.2. The Fowkes Hypothesis and Fractional Polarity --
4.6.3. The Zisman Plot --
4.6.4. Modern Application of Contact Angle Measurements --
4.7. Modern Methods of Surface Analysis --
4.7.1. Modern Methods for Analysis of the Chemistry of Surfaces. 4.7.2. Topological Methods of Surface Analysis --
4.8. Summary --
Bibliography --
References --
Problems and Review Questions --
5. Basic Physico/Chemical Properties of Polymers --
5.1. Introduction --
5.2. Basic Terminology --
5.2.1. Monomers versus Polymers --
5.2.2. Basic Types of Polymeric Materials --
5.2.3. Molecular Weight --
5.3. Thermal Transitions of Polymers --
5.3.1. Measurement of Tg --
5.4. Dynamic Mechanical Measurements and Viscoelasticity --
5.4.1. Methods of Measurement of Dynamic Mechanical Properties --
5.4.2. Examples of Dynamic Mechanical Data for Polymers --
5.5. Time-Temperature Superposition --
5.6. Summary --
Bibliography --
References --
6. The Relationship of Surface Science and Adhesion Science --
6.1. Introduction --
6.2. Rationalizations of Adhesion Phenomena --
6.3. Electrostatic Theory of Adhesion --
6.4. Diffusion Theory of Adhesion --
6.4.1. Diffusive Adhesive Bonding and Block Copolymers at Interfaces --
6.5. Mechanical Interlocking and Adhesion. 6.5.1. Kinetics of Pore Penetration --
6.6. Wettability and Adhesion --
6.7. Acid-Base Interactions at Interfaces --
6.8. Covalent Bonding at Interfaces --
6.8.1. Coupling Agents --
6.9. The Relationship of Fundamental Forces of Adhesion and Practical Adhesion --
6.10. The Weak Boundary Layer --
6.11. Summary --
Bibliography --
References --
Problems and Review Questions --
7. The Surface Preparation of Adherends for Adhesive Bonding --
7.1. Introduction --
7.2. Plastic Surface Preparation --
7.2.1. Corona Discharge Treatment --
7.2.1.1. Corona Discharge Treatment of Polyethylene --
7.2.1.2. Corona Discharge Treatment of Polypropylene --
7.2.1.3. Corona Discharge Treatment of Poly(ethylene terephthalate) --
7.2.1.4. Corona Discharge Treatment of Other Materials --
7.2.2. Flame Treatment --
7.2.3. Plasma Treatment --
7.2.3.1. Plasma Treatment of PE --
7.2.3.2. Plasma Treatment of Other Substrates --
7.2.4. Other Physical Treatment Methods of Polymer Surfaces. 7.2.4.1. Treatments Using Ultraviolet Radiation --
7.2.4.2. Other Vacuum Methods of Surface Preparation --
7.2.5. Wet Chemical Methods of Treatment of Polymer Surfaces --
7.2.5.1. Single Surface Chemical Functionalization and Chromic Acid Treatment of PE --
7.2.5.2. Wet Chemical Surface Treatment of Poly(tetrafluoroethylene) --
7.2.6. Priming of Polymer Surfaces --
7.2.6.1. Priming of Polyolefins for Cyanoacrylates --
7.2.6.2. Chlorinated Polyolefins --
7.3. Metal Surface Preparation --
7.3.1. Surface Preparation of Aluminum for Adhesive Bonding --
7.3.1.1. The Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) Etch --
7.4. Anodization Treatments for Adhesive Bonding of Aluminum --
7.4.1. Mechanism of Anodization --
7.4.2. Anodization Media --
7.4.3. Phosphoric Acid Anodization in the Aerospace Industry --
7.5. General Techniques for the Surface Preparation of Metals --
7.5.1. Conversion Coatings --
7.5.2. Abrasion --
7.5.3. Electrochemical Methods for Treating Metals other than Aluminum --
7.6. Summary --
Bibliography. 9.3. Mechanisms of Durability Failure of Adhesive Bonds --
9.4. Methods Used to Predict Durability --
9.5. Summary --
References --
10. The Chemistry and Physical Properties of Elastomer-Based Adhesives --
10.1. Introduction --
10.2. Pressure-sensitive Adhesives --
10.2.1. Chemistry of the Base Resins Used in PSAs --
10.2.2. Chemistry of Tackifiers --
10.2.2.1. Natural Product Based Tackifiers --
10.2.2.2. Petroleum Based Tackifiers --
10.2.2.3. Other Tackifiers --
10.2.3. Testing of Pressure-sensitive Adhesives --
10.2.3.1. Measurements of Tack --
10.2.3.2. Measurement of Peel --
10.2.3.3. Measurement of Shear --
10.2.4. Balance of Properties --
10.2.5. PSA Performance Viewed as a Time Scale in Viscoelastic Response --
10.2.6. PSA Viscoelasticity and Tack --
10.2.7. PSA Peel and Viscoelasticity --
10.2.8. Shear and Creep Behavior of PSAs --
10.2.9. Summary --
10.3. Rubber-Based, Contact Bond and other Elastomeric Adhesives --
10.3.1. Formulation of RBAs --
10.3.2. Base Polymers --
10.3.3. Tackifiers. 10.3.4. Pigments and Fillers --
10.3.5. Crosslinking/Vulcanization of RBAs --
10.3.6. Solvents --
10.3.7. Elastomeric Adhesives, Sealants and Release Coatings Based upon Silicone Chemistry --
10.4. Summary --
Bibliography --
References --
Problems and Review Questions --
11. Thermoplastic, Pseudothermoplastic, and Other Adhesives --
11.1. Introduction --
11.2. Hot Melt Adhesives --
11.2.1. Introduction --
11.2.2. Polymer Physical Properties and Hot Melt Adhesives --
11.2.3. Formulation of Hot Melt Adhesives --
11.2.4. Synthetically Designed Hot Melt Adhesives --
11.2.5. Curing Hot Melts --
11.3. Polyvinyl Acetate-Based Adhesives --
11.4. Polyvinyl Acetal Adhesives --
11.5. Thermoplastic or Pseudo-thermoplastic Adhesives based upon Natural Products --
11.5.1. Starches --
11.5.2. Cellulosics --
11.6. Summary --
Bibliography --
References --
12. Adhesion in Biological Systems --
12.1. Introduction --
12.2. Adhesion in Microbiological Systems --
12.3. Biofilm Formation --
12.4. Growth Stages of Biofilms. 12.4.1. Attachment to a Surface --
12.4.2. Irreversible Attachment of Bacteria --
12.4.3. Maturation Phase --
12.4.4. Biofilm Dispersal --
12.5. Maintenance or Elimination of Biofilms --
12.6. Adhesion in the Cling Ability of the Tokai Gecko --
12.6.1. Attempts to Artificially Produce the Gecko Features and Adhesive Ability --
12.7. Summary --
References --
13. The Basis for Adhesive Bond Design --
13.1. Introduction --
13.2. Chemistry and Mechanical Properties of Adhesives --
13.3. Application Criteria --
13.4. Interfaces and Surface Preparations --
13.5. Miscellaneous Concerns --
13.6. Basic Criteria for the Design of an Adhesive Bond --
13.6.1. Hart-Smith Design Criteria for Double Lap Joints --
13.7. Summary --
References --
Problems and Review Questions.
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