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Adhesive Bonding. Science, Technology and Applications. Edition No. 2. Woodhead Publishing Series in Welding and Other Joining Technologies

  • Book

  • June 2021
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
  • ID: 5203944

Adhesive Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications, Second Edition guides the reader through the fundamentals, mechanical properties and applications of adhesive bonding. This thoroughly revised and expanded new edition reflects the many advances that have occurred in recent years. Sections cover the fundamentals of adhesive bonding, explaining how adhesives and sealants work, and how to assess and treat surfaces, how adhesives perform under stress and the factors affecting fatigue and failure, stress analysis, environmental durability, non-destructive testing, impact behavior, fracture mechanics, fatigue, vibration damping, and applications in construction, automotive, marine, footwear, electrical engineering, aerospace, repair, electronics, biomedicine, and bonding of composites.

With its distinguished editor and international team of contributors, this book is an essential resource for industrial engineers, R&D, and scientists working with adhesives and their industrial applications, as well as researchers and advanced students in adhesion, joining, polymer science, materials science and mechanical engineering.

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Table of Contents

1. History of adhesive bonding 2. What are adhesives and sealants and how do they work? 3. Surfaces: how to assess 4. Surfaces: how to treat

Part II Mechanical properties 5. Stress analysis 6. Environmental (durability) effects 7. Non-destructive testing 8. Impact behaviour of adhesively bonded joints 9. Fracture mechanics of adhesive bonds 10. Fatigue 11. Vibration damping

Part III Applications 12. Joining similar and dissimilar materials 13. Bonding of composites 14. Building and construction steel and aluminium 15. Environment and Geosciences, 16. Building and construction timber 17. Automobiles 18. Boats and marine 19. Shoe industry 20. Electrical 21. Aerospace 22. Repair 23. Electronic assembly, author to be sourced 24. Biomedical applications (surgery, dentistry) 25. Disassembly and recycling


Robert D. Adams formerly University of Bristol, UK. Robert Adams is Professor of Applied Mechanics at University of Bristol.