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All lap shear specimens shown had bondline thicknesses of 200-300 [[micro]meter], and failure in these samples invariably occurred adhesively (at the polymer-metal interface).
He, "Finite element analysis of torsional free vibration of adhesively bonded single-lap joints," International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, vol.
Based on a maximum of only a very small amount of paper remaining on the peeled polypropylene surface, the results of surface chemical analysis are consistent with the results of microscopy by suggesting that the bond failed primarily adhesively (10).
During the convection bake cycle, temperature variations exist across the film surfaces of adhesively bonded, SMC assemblies, with the cooler temperatures residing directly above the bond area, which acts as a heat sink.
Zhou, Performance of Adhesively Bonded FRP Deck and Steel Bridge Girders, ACMBS-IV, Calgary, Canada, 2004.
"When combined with the adhesively bonded inner and outer panels," says Marc Szulewicz, president, Automotive Exteriors, "you not only have a tailgate that is up to 50% lighter and 20% less expensive than a steel component, it gives greater design freedom." The injected thermoplastic outer is made of a new 30% filled polypropylene, and the completed piece is more than 50% lighter than steel when the function integration is considered.
Miniature accelerometers are adhesively bonded on each end to measure the driving point acceleration and the acceleration of the free end.
Kinloch, "A fracture mechanics study of the influence of moisture on the fatigue behaviour of adhesively bonded aluminium-alloy joints," International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, vol.
Elise Series 1 (S1) boasted a 118-hp transverse front-drive Rover four-cylinder powertrain in the back of an adhesively bonded and riveted extruded aluminum spaceframe.
The equipment can adhesively laminate continuous flexible webs up to 14 inches wide.
"The biggest was getting a Class A paintable surface." This problem takes the form of what is known as "bond line readout." That is, the inner panel--a compression-molded SMC component (it is a low-density SMC that includes a layer of carbon fiber)--is adhesively bonded to the outer, the carbon fiber-epoxy composite panel.
The portions of the topsheet are adhesively secured to the backsheet to form a pair of side shields that are elasticized and tensioned along the fold lines, whereupon the pad naturally assumes the cup-shape configuration.