The adhesion behaviour of high modulus polyethylene fibres following plasma and chemical treatment
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Previously published pull-out adhesion results have been substantiated by more extensive studies of chemical and plasma treatment. Particular attention has been paid to the affect of geometrical variables on the values of adhesion obtained. The effect of strain rate has also been examined. Most of the results can be understood on a semi-quantitative basis by a simple extension of lap joint theory.
KeywordsPolymer Polyethylene Extensive Study Plasma Treatment Chemical Treatment
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