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Joining Plastics 2006


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Joining Plastics 2006
Author: Rapra Conference
ISBN 978-1-85957-570-3

Published: 2006


Price: $180.00 + S&H
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Manufacturing with plastics often involves a bonding step from packaging, electronic and medical devices to large scale automotive, aerospace and construction projects. This is a continually developing field and experts at this second international conference on joining plastics debated the best methods and options for different applications.

Sponsored by The National Physical Laboratory, TWI Limited and Faraday Plastics this conference was an excellent opportunity for plastics manufacturers, design engineers and product developers to talk to experts in the field and discuss the latest developments.

SESSION 1. ADHESIVES
Dr Ewen Kellar, TWI Ltd., UK

Paper 1: Bonding Plastics Stuck for a solution

Paper 2: Joining of plastics by adhesive bonding in automotive engineering
Dr Hartwig Lohse, Ashland - Drew Ameroid Deutschland GmbH, Germany & Stephen Pitman, Ashland UK Ltd., UK

Paper 3: New silicone reactive hot melt for plastic bonding
Dr Patrick Vandereecken (Belgium), Dr Loren Lower (USA), Dr Klaus Kunz (Germany) & Ross Noel (USA), Dow Corning

Paper 4: Industrial applications bonding plastics with cyanoacrylates and UV curing adhesives
Bob Goss, Henkel Loctite Adhesives Ltd., UK

SESSION 2. ADHESIVE TESTING
Dr William Broughton, National Physical Laboratory, UK

Paper 5: A guide to adhesive testing

SESSION 3. INFRARED WELDING, RESISTANCE WELDING AND HOT PLATE WELDING
Prof Yasuo Kurosaki, University of Electro-Communications, Tomoya Matayoshi, Mitsui Chemicals Inc. & Kimitoshi Sato, Hiroshima Institute of Technology, Japan

Paper 6: An infrared radiation welding of natural thermoplastics using a solid heat sink without causing surface thermal damage

Paper 7: Innovations and potentials of high-speed hotplate welding
Prof Dr Helmut Potente, Dr Joachim Schnieders & Maik Bssing, University of Paderborn, Germany

SESSION 4. COMPOSITE JOINTS
Gina Gohorianu, Robert Pique & Frdric Lachaud, ENSICA & Jean-Jacques Barrau, Paul Sabatier University, France

Paper 8: Composite bolted joints behaviour: Effects of hole machining defects

Paper 9: Single-bolt tension joints in pultruded GRP plate - effects of elevated temperature on failure loads, failure modes, load orientation and joint efficiency
Dr Geoff Turvey, Lancaster University, UK & P Wang, Schlumberger, UK

Paper 10: Energy absorbing joints between fibre reinforced plastics and metals
Dr Ewen Kellar & Dr Faye Smith, TWI Ltd., UK

SESSION 5. RESISTANCE WELDING
Dr Ali Yousefpour, Marc-Andr Octeau & Mehdi Hojjati, Institute for Aerospace Research, Canada

Paper 11 Resistance welding of thermoplastic composites using metal mesh heating elements

SESSION 6. PRETREATMENT
Paul Lippens, Europlasma NV, Belgium

Paper 12: Vacuum plasma pre-treatment enhances adhesive bonding of plastics in an environmentally friendly and cost effective way

Paper 13: Surface treatment & engineering of plastics by online atmospheric plasma for industrial applications
Dr Bhukan Parbhoo, Surface Chemistry Performance, UK & Dr Thierry Sindzingre, Mr Mathieu Thomachot & Ms Eva Jouvet, AcXys Technologies, France

SESSION 7. BONDING FLUOROPLASTICS
Dr Derek Brewis & Dr Ralf Dahm, Loughborough University, UK

Paper 14: Adhesion to Fluoropolymers

SESSION 8. ULTRASONIC WELDING AND VIBRATION WELDING
Peter Wells, Branson Ultrasonics, UK

Paper 15: Ultrasonic & linear vibration welding of plastics - process selection & part design

Paper 16: Innovative component and joint designs for successful ultrasonic welding and joining of thermoplastics
Dr Frank Rawson & Sue Osborne, FFR Ultrasonics Ltd., UK

SESSION 9. HEATED TOOL WELDING

Paper 17: Influence of internal properties to the weld seam quality
Prof. Dr.- Ing. Schmachtenberg, Dr.-Ing. Reiner Luetzeler & Dr.-Ing. Carsten Tuechert, Aachen University of Technology, Germany

SESSION 10. LASER WELDING
Dr Marcus Warwick & Marcus Gordon, TWI Ltd., UK

Paper 18: Application studies using through-transmission laser welding of polymers

Paper 19: Laser welding of plastics - process and production technology
Dr Dirk Hnsch, ProLas GmbH, Germany

Paper 20: Creating transparent laser weldings on thermoplastic components
Dr-Ing Rolf Klein & Dr Gareth McGrath (UK), Gentex Corporation, USA

Paper 21: Engineering plastics for laser welding
Eric van der Vegte & Dr Marnix van Gurp, DSM Engineering Plastics & Hans Hoekstra & Dr Alexa
 

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