Accession Number : ADA194114
Title : A Study of the Floating Roller Peel Test for Adhesives.
Descriptive Note : Interim rept. 3 Jan 86-9 Jun 87,
Corporate Author : DAYTON UNIV OH RESEARCH INST
Personal Author(s) : Kemp, R D ; Brockman, Robert A ; Stenger, Gregory J
PDF Url : ADA194114
Report Date : Oct 1987
Pagination or Media Count : 66
Abstract : Peel testing of adhesives has not been extensively evaluated using analytical methods. Current test methods cannot discriminate between the work required to deform the adherend and the work needed to fail the adhesive. In some cases, the work required to bend the adherend is much greater than that required for adhesive failure. Further complications arise from inconsistent failure modes. Each of these circumstances can result in invalid or meaningless data. The objective of this investigation was to evaluate and improve the Floating Roller Peel Test (ASTM D3167) to enhance the accuracy and significance of the test results and to develop an analytical technique for calculating the work required to deform the adherend. Keywords: Floating Roller Peel, Adhesive, Adherend, Peel strength, Adherend stiffness, Bond strength, Elastic, Plastic, Rigid, Flexible, Failure Mode.
Descriptors : *ADHESIVES, *PEEL STRENGTH, ACCURACY, ELASTIC PROPERTIES, FAILURE, FLOATING BODIES, MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS, ROLLERS, STRENGTH(MECHANICS), TEST AND EVALUATION, TEST METHODS, ADHESIVE BONDING, STIFFNESS
Subject Categories : Adhesives, Seals and Binders
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE