The use of adhesives continues to increase both in importance and in areas of use, particularly in engineering construction. Alongside this is a steady growth in our fundamental understanding of the factors involved. Both of these topics are reflected in various meetings and nowhere more consistently than at the Annual Conference on Adhesion and Adhesives at The City University each Easter. 1984 was the twenty-second of these when, once again, people carne from far and near to present accounts of their work and to discuss them in all their variety. This publication makes the papers available to the wider audience who were not able to attend in person. In presenting this volume, may I express sincere gratitude, both personally and on behalf of the University, to all those who contributed in so many and various ways to the conference. K. W. ALLEN Contents Preface. v l. Textile-to-Rubber Adhesion: Theory and Practice David B. Wootton (Milliken Industrials Ltd, Wellington Mill, Wellington Street, Bury, Lancashire BL8 2AY, UK) 2. Aspects of Adhesion Promotion with Flexible Coated Fabrics 13 J. R. Holker and A. J. G. Sagar (Shirley Institute, Didsbury, Manchester M20 8RX, UK) 3. The Adhesion of Some Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate Copolymers Applied as Hot Melt Coatings to Metals 33 T. A. Hatzinikolaou and D. E. Packham (School of Materials Science, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath BA2 7 A Y, UK) 4. Formation of Indium Bonds for Ultrasonic Systems and Examination of Metal Diffusion Bonds by Scanning Acoustic Microscopy .
Number of pages: 191
Weight: 317 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 11 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 198