By Alphonsus V. Pocius
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Treatise on Adhesion and Adhesives, vols. D. 7 (1991) Marcel Dekker, New York  Adhesion, vols. 1 ff. (1977–) Applied Science Publishers, London  Aspects of Adhesion, vols. 1–8 (1963–1975) University of London Press, London  Satas, D. ), Handbook of Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Technology, 2nd ed. , Pressure Sensitive Adhesives and Applications, 2nd ed. V. ), Adhesion Science and Engineering, vols. 1 Introduction It has been emphasized that adhesives are engineering materials. To understand how adhesives work, it is necessary to understand their mechanical properties and the chemistry used to create those properties.
11. 11 Stress and strain response functions for a viscoelastic material. 33) 0 0 The first term in the above equation contains a sine of the angular frequency. It describes the contribution that is in phase with the strain. The second term in the above equation contains a cosine of the angular frequency and it describes the contribution that is 90° out of phase with the strain. Each term in the above equation also has the term (s0 /e0)cos . 1), we know that this is just a modulus multiplied by a number.
2 Definition of Mechanical Stresses for Materials Testing There are three types of forces that can be applied to an adhesive (or to any material, for that matter). These forces are shown schematically in Figs. 3. 1). In this test, an isotropic bar of material of known dimension is firmly clamped into a tensile testing machine and a force is applied to the axial dimension of the sample. 1 A bar of material to which a tensile force, F, is being applied. 2 Application of a tangential force to a rectangularly shaped material: (a) shows the undeformed body with tangential forces applied to two surfaces of the material.
Adhesion and Adhesives Technology. An Introduction by Alphonsus V. Pocius