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adherend

A material or substance which adheres to another, often understood to mean as a result of an adhesive applied to the adherend.
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In the breaking of an adhesive bond, energy is dissipated by the bond in many ways, inducting deformation and heating of the adherends, viscoelastic/plastic flow, and heating of the adhesive.
The creep behavior of bond lines between solid timber adherends with said adhesives, specifically nine PU and five EPI products, along with two phenolic resorcinol-formaldehyde (PRF) adhesives used for reference purposes, were studied.
A decrease in bond strength was explained by displacement of epoxy with water, which preferentially formed hydrogen bonds with the adherend (24), (25).
For single glue-line FPBT testing, the specimen lamination materials were first planed for major thickness adjustment on the surface opposite of the intended glue-line adherend face and then underwent planer surface removal down to the final 1.
16) also suggested several methods for measuring adhesion force between the adhesive and adherend.
Residual stresses are present in cured PI films as a result of solvent loss and differences in coefficients of thermal expansion between the film and adherend.
The adherend material used in this study was stainless steel plate.
Within the linear elastic range, the Volkersen shear lag analysis can be used to predict maximum shear and peel stresses and the maximum bending stress in the adherend.
During plasma treatment, the adherend surface is exposed to ionized gas, which contains a high concentration of reactive species such as ions and electrons.
The individual adherend PP and HDPE layers had thickness of about 50 [micro]m for microlayered tapes having 65 layers and about 15 [micro]m for tapes having 257 layers.
The size of the plastic zone relative to the bond thickness will affect fracture energies either through restriction of plastic zone formation (in very thin bonds, producing low toughness), or through constraint of the plastic zone by the adherend (at optimal thicknesses approximately equal to the plastic zone diameter for maximum toughness), or through a lack of plastic zone constraint (at very thick bonds giving toughnesses similar to the bulk adhesive) (Kinloch 1987, Kinloch and Shaw 1981).
The adherend that is transparent to the laser beam also heats up through thermal conduction, and the adherends weld together.