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Adhesives Technology Handbook
 
 

Adhesives Technology Handbook, 3rd Edition

 
Adhesives Technology Handbook, 3rd Edition,Sina Ebnesajjad,Arthur H. Landrock,ISBN9780323355957
 
 
 

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A practical guide to the selection and use of adhesives, and the science and technology of adhesion, covering the range of substrates (polymers, metals, composites and natural materials) for the many industry sectors using adhesives, from automotive and aerospace to medical devices and consumer goods.

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Key Features

• Provides practitioners of adhesion technology with a complete guide to bonding materials successfully.
• Covers the whole range of commonly used substrates including plastics, metals, elastomers and ceramics, explaining basic principles and describing common materials and application techniques.
• Introduces the range of commercially available adhesives and the selection process alongside the science and technology of adhesion.

Description

Covering a wide range of industrial applications across sectors including medical applications, automotive/aerospace, packaging, electronics, and consumer goods, this book provides a complete guide to the selection of adhesives, methods of use, industrial applications, and the fundamentals of adhesion. Dr Ebnesajjad examines the selection of adhesives and adhesion methods and challenges for all major groups of substrate including plastics (thermosets and thermoplastics), elastomers, metals, ceramics and composite materials. His practical guidance covers joint design and durability, application methods, test methods and troubleshooting techniques. The science and technology of adhesion, and the principles of adhesive bonding are explained in a way that enhances the reader's understanding of the fundamentals that underpin the successful use and design of adhesives.

The third edition has been updated throughout to include recent developments in the industry, with new sections covering technological advances such as nanotechnology, micro adhesion systems, and the replacement of toxic chromate technology.

Readership

Adhesive manufacturers and consumers, processors, fabricators, equipment assemblers and part end-users. Practitioners in most industry segments such as medicine, dentistry, electronics, and automotive/aerospace.

Sina Ebnesajjad

Sina Ebnesajjad is the series editor of Plastics Design Library (PDL) published in the William Andrew imprint of Elsevier. This Series is a unique series, comprising technology and applications handbooks, data books and practical guides tailored to the needs of practitioners. Sina was the editor-in-chief of William Andrew Publishing from 2005 to 2007, which was acquired by Elsevier in 2009. He retired as a Senior Technology Associate in 2005 from the DuPont fluoropolymers after nearly 24 years of service. Sina founded of FluoroConsultants Group, LLC in 2006 where he continues to work. Sina earned his Bachelor of Science from the School of Engineering of the University of Tehran in 1976, Master of Science and PhD from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, all in Chemical Engineering. He is author, editor and co-author of fifteen technical and data books including five handbooks on fluoropolymers technology and applications. He is author and co-author of three books in surface preparation and adhesion of materials, two of which are in their second editions. Sina has been involved with technical writing and publishing since 1974. His experiences include fluoropolymer technologies (polytetrafluoroethylene and its copolymers) including polymerization, finishing, fabrication, product development, failure analysis, market development and technical service. Sina holds six patents.

Affiliations and Expertise

Fluoroconsultants Group, Chadds Ford, PA, USA

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Arthur H. Landrock

Affiliations and Expertise

PLASTEC (retired)

Adhesives Technology Handbook, 3rd Edition

  • Preface to Third Edition
  • Preface to Second Edition
  • Acknowledgments
  • Chapter 1. Introduction and Adhesion Theories
    • 1.1 Definition of Adhesives and Adhesive Bonding
    • 1.2 Functions of Adhesives
    • 1.3 Classification of Adhesives
    • 1.4 Advantages and Disadvantages of Joining Using Adhesives
    • 1.5 Requirements of a Good Bond
    • 1.6 Introduction to Theories of Adhesion
    • 1.7 Definition of Failure Modes
    • 1.8 Mechanisms of Bond Failure
    • References
  • Chapter 2. Surface Tension and Its Measurement
    • 2.1 Introduction
    • 2.2 What is an Interface?
    • 2.3 Surface Tension
    • 2.4 Surface Free Energy
    • 2.5 Contact Angle (Young’s Equation)
    • 2.6 Effect of Temperature on Surface Tension
    • 2.7 Surface Tension Measurement
    • References
  • Chapter 3. Material Surface Preparation Techniques
    • 3.1 Introduction
    • 3.2 General Considerations
    • 3.3 Surface Treatment of Metals
    • 3.4 Cleaning (Degreasing) Metals
    • 3.5 Priming
    • 3.6 Sol–Gel Process
    • 3.7 Surface Treatment of Plastics
    • 3.8 Methods for Evaluating Effectiveness of Surface Preparation
    • 3.9 Surface Exposure Time
    • References
  • Chapter 4. Classification of Adhesives and Compounds
    • 4.1 Introduction
    • 4.2 Adhesive Composition Formulation
    • 4.3 Classification of Adhesives
    • 4.4 Other Classifications
    • References
  • Chapter 5. Characteristics of Adhesive Materials
    • 5.1 Acrylics
    • 5.2 Allyl Diglycol Carbonate (CR-39)
    • 5.3 Alloyed or Modified (Two-Polymer) Adhesives
    • 5.4 Anaerobic Adhesives/Sealants
    • 5.5 Aromatic Polymer Adhesives (Polyaromatics)
    • 5.6 Asphalt
    • 5.7 Butyl Rubber Adhesives
    • 5.8 Cellulose Ester Adhesives
    • 5.9 Cellulose Ether Adhesives
    • 5.10 Conductive Adhesives
    • 5.11 Cyanoacrylate Adhesives
    • 5.12 Delayed-Tack Adhesives
    • 5.13 Elastomeric Adhesives
    • 5.14 Epoxy Adhesives
    • 5.15 Epoxy-Phenolic Adhesives
    • 5.16 Epoxy-Polysulfide Adhesives
    • 5.17 Film and Tape Adhesives (See also Section 5.3)
    • 5.18 Furane Adhesives
    • 5.19 Hot-Melt Adhesives
    • 5.20 Inorganic Adhesives (Cements)
    • 5.21 Melamine-Formaldehyde Adhesives (Melamines)
    • 5.22 Microencapsulated Adhesives
    • 5.23 Natural Glues
    • 5.24 Neoprene (Polychloroprene) Adhesives
    • 5.25 Neoprene-Phenolic Adhesives
    • 5.26 Nitrile-Epoxy (Elastomer-Epoxy) Adhesives
    • 5.27 Nitrile-Phenolic Adhesives
    • 5.28 Nitrile Rubber Adhesive
    • 5.29 Nylon Adhesives
    • 5.30 Nylon-Epoxy Adhesives
    • 5.31 Phenolic Adhesives
    • 5.32 Phenoxy Adhesives
    • 5.33 PBI Adhesives
    • 5.34 Polyester Adhesives
    • 5.35 PI Adhesives
    • 5.36 Polyisobutylene Adhesives
    • 5.37 Polystyrene Adhesives
    • 5.38 Polysulfides (Thiokols)
    • 5.39 Polysulfone Adhesives
    • 5.40 Polyurethane Adhesives
    • 5.41 Polyvinyl Acetal Adhesives
    • 5.42 Polyvinyl Acetate Adhesives
    • 5.43 Polyvinyl Alcohol Adhesives
    • 5.44 Polyvinyl Butyral Adhesives
    • 5.45 Premixed Frozen Adhesives
    • 5.46 Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives
    • 5.47 Resorcinol-Formaldehyde Adhesives
    • 5.48 Rubber-Based Adhesives
    • 5.49 Solvent-Based Systems
    • 5.50 Thermoplastic Resin Adhesives
    • 5.51 Thermoplastic Rubber (For Use in Adhesives)
    • 5.52 Thermosetting Resin Adhesives
    • 5.53 UV-Curing Adhesives
    • 5.54 Urea-Formaldehyde Adhesives (Ureas)
    • 5.55 Vinyl-Epoxy Adhesives
    • 5.56 Vinyl-Phenolic Adhesives
    • 5.57 Polyvinyl Formal-Phenolics
    • 5.58 Polyvinyl Butyral-Phenolics
    • 5.59 Vinyl-Resin Adhesives
    • 5.60 Water-Based Adhesives
    • References
  • Chapter 6. Adhesives for Special Adherends
    • 6.1 Introduction
    • 6.2 Metals
    • 6.3 Thermoplastics
    • 6.4 Thermosetting Plastics (Thermosets)
    • 6.5 Reinforced Plastics/Composites
    • 6.6 Plastic Foams
    • 6.7 Rubbers (Elastomers)
    • 6.8 Ceramics and Glass
    • References
  • Chapter 7. Joint Design
    • 7.1 Basic Principles
    • 7.2 Types of Stress
    • 7.3 Methods of Improving Joint Efficiency
    • 7.4 Joint Design Criteria
    • 7.5 Typical Joint Designs
    • 7.6 Peeling of Adhesive Joints
    • 7.7 Stiffening Joints
    • 7.8 Cylindrical Joints
    • 7.9 Angle and Corner Joints
    • 7.10 Joints for Plastics and Elastomers
    • 7.11 Stress Analysis of Adhesive Joints
    • 7.12 Optimizing Adhesive Bonding Through Joint Design—A Practical Approach
    • References
  • Chapter 8. Adhesive Applications and Bonding Processes
    • 8.1 Introduction
    • 8.2 Adhesive
    • 8.3 Adhesive Preparation
    • 8.4 Adhesive Dispensers
    • 8.5 Methods of Adhesive Application
    • 8.6 Joint-Assembly Methods
    • 8.7 Curing
    • 8.8 Bonding Equipment
    • 8.9 Weldbonding
    • References
  • Chapter 9. Solvent Cementing of Plastics
    • 9.1 Introduction
    • 9.2 Background
    • 9.3 Solvents for Specific Polymers
    • 9.4 Solvent Cementing—A Commercial Perspective
    • References
  • Chapter 10. Adhesives for Medical and Dental Applications
    • 10.1 Introduction
    • 10.2 Natural Adhesives
    • 10.3 Synthetic and Semisynthetic Adhesives
    • 10.4 Cyanoacrylic Adhesives
    • 10.5 Test Methods to Characterize Strength of Tissue Adhesives
    • 10.6 Medical and Dental Applications of Adhesives
    • 10.7 Bone Adhesives
    • 10.8 Dental Applications of Adhesives
    • References
  • Chapter 11. Durability of Adhesive Bonds
    • 11.1 Introduction
    • 11.2 High Temperature
    • 11.3 Low and Cryogenic Temperatures
    • 11.4 Humidity and Water Immersion
    • 11.5 Saltwater and Salt Spray
    • 11.6 Weathering
    • 11.7 Chemicals and Solvents
    • 11.8 Vacuum
    • 11.9 Radiation
    • 11.10 Biological Organisms
    • 11.11 Test Methods
    • 11.12 Adhesive Bond Durability—A Commercial Perspective
    • References
  • Chapter 12. Testing of Adhesive Bonds
    • 12.1 Introduction
    • 12.2 Tensile
    • 12.3 Shear
    • 12.4 Peel
    • 12.5 Cleavage
    • 12.6 Creep
    • 12.7 Fatigue
    • 12.8 Impact
    • 12.9 Durability
    • 12.10 Compilation of Test Methods and Practices
    • References
  • Chapter 13. Quality Control
    • 13.1 Introduction
    • 13.2 Incoming Material Control
    • 13.3 Final Inspection
    • 13.4 Nondestructive Tests
    • 13.5 Weldbonding
    • References
  • Chapter 14. Safety, Environmental, and Economic Aspects, and Future Trends
    • 14.1 Safety
    • 14.2 Environmental Considerations
    • 14.3 Economics
    • 14.4 Future Trends
    • References
  • Glossary
  • Index
 
 
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