1971-02-01

High Performance Adhesives 710109

The ideal characteristics of a high performance adhesive are presented here as the stress-strain data of the adhesive joint between two pieces of metal. Elongation under load and environmental compatibility are two important characteristics that determine high performance capability, in addition to the sheer strength, fatigue strength, and cyclic creep tendencies of the material. Emphasis is on mechanical properties, and tests to determine these properties are described.

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