adhesive strength


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adhesive strength

A measure of the force required to separate an adherend from the adhesive to which it is bonded, which relates to the type of bond between the two.
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The development of adhesive strength on the interface in polymers is often referred to as healing.
The adhesive strength of hardened mortar was not affected by the replacement ratio.
In general high adhesive strength was obtained for the coatings GP9 to GP12.
Jenni, A., et al., Influence of polymers on microstructure and adhesive strength of cementitious tile adhesive mortars.
The purpose of this article is to present the results of two cementation protocols in fiberglass posts, in order to identify which shows the best adhesive strength in the presence of the push-out test.
The trend towards miniaturisation of components has created a need for determining the mechanical load capacity of thin films and coatings, including adhesive strength and wear.
(4,46) The pull-off adhesion test was performed to determine the adhesive strength of the coatings on a metal substrate; the results are reported in Table 4.
With their education level rising, consumers were more aware and placed higher importance on certain factors such as adhesive strength and quality, healing quality, and absorbency.
These coating agents can further enhance adhesive strength of the ink, while maintaining its electro-conductivity.
I recently came upon an excellent paper on measuring wet adhesive strength via a scratch test [H.
In this research, the values of adhesive strength were calculated 24.6 and 38.12 MPa for conventional yttria stabilized zirconia (YSZ) thermal barrier coatings and plasma-sprayed nanostructure, respectively.
Eick, "Application of solubility parameter theory to dentinbonding systems and adhesive strength correlations," Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, vol.