ELECTRON BEAM CURING IMPROVES HIGH TEMPERATURE STRENGTH OF VINYL ESTER ADHESIVES.

Francis J. Campbell, Barry Rugg, Walter Brenner

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Abstract

From screening tests of candidate resins of the vinyl ester type, an acrylic modified bisphenol-A epoxy prepolymer appeared to be a promising candidate for radiation curing. The program then concentrated on optimizing this resin in formulations with three different vinyl functional monomers. Single lap-shear aluminum-to-aluminum test specimens were cured with electron beam irradiations over a wide range of doses. The resulting data show that two of the adhesive systems, radiation cured at ambient temperatures, have superior strength retention at 150 degree C.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherSAMPE (Sci of Adv Mater and Process Eng Ser v 22)
Pages59-63
Number of pages5
StatePublished - 1977
EventNatl SAMPE Symp and Exhib, 22nd - San Diego, CA, USA
Duration: Apr 26 1977Apr 28 1977

Other

OtherNatl SAMPE Symp and Exhib, 22nd
CitySan Diego, CA, USA
Period4/26/774/28/77

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Curing
Electron beams
Adhesives
Esters
Resins
Aluminum
Radiation
Acrylics
Dosimetry
Screening
Monomers
Irradiation
Temperature

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Campbell, F. J., Rugg, B., & Brenner, W. (1977). ELECTRON BEAM CURING IMPROVES HIGH TEMPERATURE STRENGTH OF VINYL ESTER ADHESIVES. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 59-63). SAMPE (Sci of Adv Mater and Process Eng Ser v 22).

ELECTRON BEAM CURING IMPROVES HIGH TEMPERATURE STRENGTH OF VINYL ESTER ADHESIVES. / Campbell, Francis J.; Rugg, Barry; Brenner, Walter.

Unknown Host Publication Title. SAMPE (Sci of Adv Mater and Process Eng Ser v 22), 1977. p. 59-63.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Campbell, FJ, Rugg, B & Brenner, W 1977, ELECTRON BEAM CURING IMPROVES HIGH TEMPERATURE STRENGTH OF VINYL ESTER ADHESIVES. in Unknown Host Publication Title. SAMPE (Sci of Adv Mater and Process Eng Ser v 22), pp. 59-63, Natl SAMPE Symp and Exhib, 22nd, San Diego, CA, USA, 4/26/77.
Campbell FJ, Rugg B, Brenner W. ELECTRON BEAM CURING IMPROVES HIGH TEMPERATURE STRENGTH OF VINYL ESTER ADHESIVES. In Unknown Host Publication Title. SAMPE (Sci of Adv Mater and Process Eng Ser v 22). 1977. p. 59-63
Campbell, Francis J. ; Rugg, Barry ; Brenner, Walter. / ELECTRON BEAM CURING IMPROVES HIGH TEMPERATURE STRENGTH OF VINYL ESTER ADHESIVES. Unknown Host Publication Title. SAMPE (Sci of Adv Mater and Process Eng Ser v 22), 1977. pp. 59-63
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