STP Published: 2005

Advances in Adhesives, Adhesion Science, and Testing

Editor(s): Dennis Damico

Eleven peer-reviewed papers focus on new adhesives, particularly from the perspective of the newer test methods emerging to better determine adhesive reliability. Subjects cover:

• Test methods and specification that improve the ability to determine long-term bond durability

• Bonding and debonding of wood products

• Test methods that generate more meaningful material information on adhesive reliability

• Method of measuring viscoelastic behavior of adhesives

• Accurate method of measuring yield strength of adhesives and other materials

• Characterizing fracture properties of adhesive joints under impact loading conditions

• Fracture mechanics applied to adhesive joints

• Coating adhesion testing

• Diffusion of fluids in pressure sensitive adhesives

STP 1463 is a valuable resource for design engineers and those with interest in advanced test methods for adhesive validation.

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Developed by Committee: D14
Pages: 144
DOI: 10.1520/STP1463-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5507-7
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-3489-8