The effect of heat-moisture aging on elastic-deformation properties and the type of failure of adhesive joints in testing for cracking resistance
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Results of testing of two groups of film adhesives that differ in their chemical natures, service temperatures, and elastic-deformation characteristics, such as VK-3, VK-50, and VK-26M phenolic rubber adhesives and high-strength VK-51A epoxy adhesive, are reported. The locus of failure of adhesive joints after wedge tests in the initial state and after heat-moisture aging is studied using a scanning electron microscope. It is revealed that, as result of heat-moisture aging, the locus of failure of adhesive joints changes for VK-51A (with and without EP-0234 primer) and VK-3 adhesives, whereas it remains unchanged for VK-50 (with EP-0234 primer) and VK-26M adhesives.
KeywordsFracture Surface Polymer Science Series Adhesive Layer Minum Alloy Adhesive Joint
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