Advances in Adhesives, Adhesion Science, and Testing by Dennis Damico (Editor)

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Equilibrating the RH takes a long time, but equilibrating the temperature only takes a short time. According to ASTM D 882 and the ASTM Practice for Conditioning Plastics and Electrical Insulation Materials for Testing, ASTM Designation D 618. the specimens should be conditioned to the environment for 40 or more hours prior to testing. The required moisture conditioning time depends on the specimen thickness and the diffusion coefficient of the material and the environment. 3-ram-thick FM 300K specimen exposed to the 50~ and 90 % RH hot/humid environment inside an environmental chamber.

None of the adhesives had the discontinued yield plateau that is characteristic o f most structural steels. Because adhesives do not have upper and lower yield strengths, previous investigators determined the yield strength with the offset method. for Tensile Properties of Plastics, ASTM Designation D 638, mentions a 0 . 1 % offset yield strength. The Standard Test Methodfor Tensile Properties of Thin Plastic Sheeting, ASTM Designation D 882, refers the reader to ASTM D 638. 2 % offset yield strength may be acceptable.

And David A. Dillar~ ~ Characterizing Dynamic Fracture Behavior of Adhesive Joints under Quasi-Static and Impact Loading ABSTRACT: An experimental evaluation of the dynamic fracture properties of an automotive epoxy is presented. Pronounced stick-slip behavior was observed in both quasi-static and impact tests of aluminum and composite adherends bonded with this adhesive. An experimental technique for conducting low speed impact of adhesively bonded automotive composite joints is presented. Based on the use of a modified drop tower, mode L II, and mixed mode values for critical energy release rate were determined to create a fracture envelope for the composite/epoxy system.

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