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Polymer Bonding 2004


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Polymer Bonding 2004
Author: Conference Proceedings
ISBN 978-1-85957-446-1

Published: 2004
160 pages

Price: $180.00 + S&H
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The conference aimed to widen the area of discussion from a purely rubber or purely plastic based topic to include those additional related bonding application areas. Papers discussing bonding within the polymer industries and from academic researchers will enable the reader to more fully understand the problems and their solutions for the bonding between polymers and a wide range of substrates.

Topics covered at Polymer Bonding 2004 include: latest material advances, new processing technologies, analysis of bonding techniques, progress in application technology, formulation advancement and business and industry issues

SESSION 1: TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW
A Review of Recent Developments in Bonding of Steel Products for Rubbers and Plastics Reinforcement
Dr Daniel Mauer, N.V. Bekaert S.A. (Bekaert Technology Centre), Belgium
Strength vs Durability of Rubber-Metal Bonds Factor: Effects from Processing and Chemistry
Mr RJ DelVecchio, Technical Consulting Services, USA
Quantum Leap in Polymer Innovation Performance through Advanced Technology Management
Dr Wolfram Keller, P R T M, Germany

SESSION 2: POLYMER BONDING ANALYSIS
Can Test Pieces Predict Component Performance?
Dr Marina Fernando, Charles Forge & Jonathan Clarke, TARRC, UK
The Development and Exploitation of Accelerated Durability Tests - The new ASTM D429 Method G immersion Test and Potential Future Developments
Mr Peter Hansen, MERL, UK
Analysis of Adhesion Differences by Nano-Indentation and Cure Kinetics in a Rubber-Glass Composite
Dr Chris Stevens, NGF EUROPE Ltd, UK

SESSION 3: NOVEL BONDING TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS
Bonding Cellulosic Substrates to Polyolefins without Corona treatment or use of a Primer. Special one-component water based adhesive
Mr Stelios Theocharidis, Viscol, Greece
A Shift Toward Two Component Adhesive Packaging that Fits in Standard Caulking Guns
Ms Meghann Horner & Crispin Dean, TAH Europe Inc, UK & Dan Mottram, TAH Industries, USA
Hybrid Nonisocyanate Polyurethane Adhesives
Prof. Oleg Figovsky, EFM -Enviromentally Friendly Materials GmbH, Germany
Bonding Plastics with Cyanoacrylates and UV Curing Adhesives
Mr Bob Goss, Henkel Loctite Adhesives Ltd, UK

SESSION 4: DEVELOPMENTS IN BONDING TECHNOLOGY
Reactive Fluid Bonding Systems
Dr Daniel L Neuman, DuPont Dow Elastomers, USA
Water Based Bonding Agents
Mr Greg Rawlinson & Dr Keith Worthington, Chemical Innovations Limited (CIL), UK
Hard-Soft Combinations with Silicone Rubber - Innovative Technical Solutions
Dr Joachim Hegge, & Stefan Rist, GE Bayer Silicone GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
One Component Bonding Agents Technology for Anti Vibration Automotive Parts Production
Mr Aissa Benarous, Chemical Innovations Limited (CIL), UK

 

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