Investigation of Peel Resistance of Adhesives Materials: A Review
AbstractDifferent adhesives are used for joining the different types of materials. The different types of peel tests available for investigating the adhesive strength are 90º, 135º, 180º and T-peel test. This paper reviews the different peel tests available as well influence of other factors for determining of peel resistance between two materials. The investigation of adhesive strength helps to select a proper adhesive material for joining of two different materials. The paper briefs the effect of peel angle, different types of peel tests such as 90º and T-peel test, temperature, moisture, thickness, the rate of change of peeling rate on peel strength.
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