Nondestructive Characterization of Thin Adhesive Bonds
Modem cyanoacrylate adhesives are very efficient and are used more and more often to bond materials like aluminium, steel or ceramics. One of the factors that hampers their use is the problem of reproducibility of the bonds: one can never guarantee that a given bond is good, i.e. its mechanical resistance is greater that a fixed value.
KeywordsAdhesive Layer Acoustical Impedance Adhesive Joint Glue Line Cyanoacrylate Adhesive
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