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having the property of adhering

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Testing was done according to the standard ASTM D 1002-94 test method, Apparent Shear Strength of Single-Lap-Joint Adhesively Bonded Metal Specimens by Tension Loading (12).
The objective of this work is to present an analytical model for predicting the stress distributions within a single-lap adhesively bonded beam under tension.
Bondline readout (BLRO) is a coating defect frequently exhibited on adhesively bonded, polymeric automotive body panels painted with high-glamour/flow clearcoats.
Ashcroft, "Modelling the environmental degradation of adhesively bonded aluminium and composite joints using a CZM approach," International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, vol.
The chassis is piped and wired, receives its gear-change and steering systems, the engine and rear subframe are installed, then the body side moldings are jigged into place and adhesively bonded to the chassis.
The outer cover is adhesively attached to the absorbent assembly in a windowpane pattern.
The pad contains a fluid barrier strip, which prevents leakage that overlies and is adhesively bonded to the absorbent material opposite the strip's first major surface.
The article also features means for adhesively holding the patch on the patient's skin so an injection can be made with a needle passed through the membrane and the patient's skin.
The outermost layer of the laminate is adhesively bonded to a first side of the first metal foil.
These materials are usually extruded as free or cast films that are later adhesively laminated to nonwoven fabrics.
As well as these joining strategies, various joint designs can be applied to improve the load transfer between the materials at the overlap area (e.g., single-lap, double-lap, stepped-lap, and scarf geometries), as typically implemented with adhesively bonded joints [15].
The product has a glass tissue based facing, adhesively bonded to a core of rigid thermoset, fiber-free phenolic insulant.
Testing methodology.--Generally, quality control of adhesively bonded joints can be based on criteria like TSS and WFP, as intended with the corresponding standards (EN 15425:2008, EN 301:2013; DIN 2008, 2013a).
In adhesively bonded materials, different types of defects can appear which can cause a great harm.
For this reason, it is of great importance to investigate adhesively bonded special joint models according to load cases.