Adhesives Handbook by J. Shields (Auth.)

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Limitations, quantity used. 13 Reference BIKERMAN, J. ), Academic, (1968). 2). The components of the adhesive mixture are usually determined by the need to satisfy certain fabrication properties of the adhesive, or properties required in the final joint. The basic component is the binding substance which provides the adhesive and cohesive strength in the bond; it is usually an organic resin but can be a rubber, an inorganic compound or a natural product. Other constituents of the adhesive fulfil other functions.

Resistance to water and biodeterioration is slightly improved by additives such as paraformaldehyde, oxalic acid and chromâtes. Applications Furniture woodworking; leather; paper; textiles. Adhesive binder for abrasive papers and wheels. Specifications BS 745:1969 BS 647:1981 Remarks Hide glues provide stronger joints than bone glues; bond strengths usually exceed the strength of the material for wood and fibrous adherends. High strength joints result where bonds are maintained under dry conditions, but structural applications are limited to interior service conditions.

2 Joining (a) aluminium honeycomb structures to flat metal sheets; (b) spiral copperfinsto aluminium tubes adhesive on the basis of mechanical properties intermediate to the adherends assumes that all other adhesive properties are satisfactory. Frequently, the other adhesive properties are more critical for the joint than its ultimate strength which, in many cases, is not always vital. Nevertheless, where strength is a requirement, it is important to have fore-knowledge of the thickness, elastic moduli and thermal expansion coefficients of adherend materials.

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