Accession Number : AD0618290

Title :   DEVELOPMENT OF COATINGS ADHERENT TO METALS UNDER VIBRATION CONDITIONS.

Descriptive Note : Intermediate progress rept. (In lieu of Letter rept. no. 12) 27 Apr 64-27 Apr 65,

Corporate Author : NEW YORK UNIV N Y SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE

Personal Author(s) : Kronstein,Max

Report Date : 29 MAY 1965

Pagination or Media Count : 64

Abstract : The coating adherence to metals under vibration conditions is being studied as a system anchored to the metal in the interface area on the metal surface and on the interreaction between the primer coatings and the interface area. The stability of the subsequent coating applications is studied as influenced by the degree of curing or solvent release in the various coating layers. The influence of crosslinking agents on the result of the curing of polymer components is studied using primarily a vinyl cyclohexene dioxide and a reactive derivative of this same di-epoxide with tetra isopropyl titanate as an effective crosslinking agent. Electron microscope studies are applied in this investigation. The vibration studies are made in this report using a source of ultrasonic vibration in a 5% saltwater tank as a test medium. (Author)

Descriptors :   (*COATINGS, METALS), (*PLASTIC PAINTS, METALS), (*METALS, COATINGS), VIBRATION, ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS, SURFACE PROPERTIES, AGING (MATERIALS), ADDITIVES, ULTRASONIC RADIATION, ANTIFOULING COATINGS, METALORGANIC COMPOUNDS, EPOXY RESINS, VINYL PLASTICS, SELENOUS ACIDS, TIN COMPOUNDS, RUBBER COATINGS, SYNTHETIC RUBBER, POLYMERS

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE