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The Society of Adhesion and Interface, Korea
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Volume 14, Issue 4 - Dec 2013
Volume 14, Issue 3 - Sep 2013
Volume 14, Issue 2 - Jun 2013
Volume 14, Issue 1 - Mar 2013
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A Study on Adhesion Characteristics for Rubber Parts of Footwear Containing Plasma Treatment
Jeong, Booyoung ; Cheon, Jungmi ; Lee, Sangjin ; Moon, Jinbok ; Chun, Jaehwan ;
Adhesion and Interface, volume 14, issue 3, 2013, Pages 111~116
DOI : 10.17702/jai.2013.14.3.111
In this study, we studied surface and adhesion properties with plasma treatment for substitution of buffing and solvent-cleaning in footwear adhesion process. The distance between nozzle and rubber parts was decreased with decreasing the contact angle. And when a speed of plasma treatment increased, the contact angle increased. The result of surface roughness, Ra and Rz increased in 20% and 16% after the plasma treatment. The distance of between nozzle and rubber parts was decreased with decreasing the peel strength. And the speed of plasma treatment was increased with decreasing the peel strength.
Analysis of Tack Properties of Aramid/Phenolic Prepreg
Hong, Tae Min ; Lee, Ji Eun ; Hong, Young Ki ; Lee, Jung Soon ; Cho, Dae Hyun ; Lee, Seung Goo ;
Adhesion and Interface, volume 14, issue 3, 2013, Pages 117~120
DOI : 10.17702/jai.2013.14.3.117
The prepreg material is a sheet of the reinforcement pre-impregnated with a resin. In this study, two types of prepreg were prepared with a general phenolic resin and the polyvinyl butyral (PVB) modified phenolic resin, respectively, with resin content of 40 wt%. After resin impregnation, the prepregs were heat treated in an oven to make them the B-stage. Surface morphology of the prepreg was observed by using a scanning electron microscope (SEM). Tack property of the prepreg is one of the major properties that govern the ability of prepreg to be laid up. In this study, the tack of prepreg was measured under various test parameters by a probe tact test. Test parameters were contact time, contact force and debonding rate. Most of the tack properties of the prepreg increased with the test parameters. Then tack properties exhibited a linear behavior with test parameters before a saturation point. Also, the tack of prepreg was investigated in relation with the fibrillation phenomena involved in the prepreg surface with the debonding rate.
A Study on Friction-induced Surface Fracture Behaviors of Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU)/Rubber Blends
Jeon, Jun-Ha ; Park, Sang-Min ; Um, Gi-Yong ; Bea, Jong-Woo ;
Adhesion and Interface, volume 14, issue 3, 2013, Pages 121~127
DOI : 10.17702/jai.2013.14.3.121
In this work, the thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) was melt-blended with EPDM, NBR and BR to form TPU/Rubber blend films, their composition and friction-induced surface fracture relationship was investigated. TPU/EPDM and TPU/BR blends exhibited the improved friction-induced surface fracture, especially the effect of BR was excellent. With addition of more than 10 wt% BR, TPU/BR blends exhibited the improved friction-induced surface fracture. The increase of the soft segment with increasing BR content, which was confirmed by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) analysis enabled us to estimate the improved friction-induced surface fracture.
A Study on Preparation and Characteristics of Natural Adhesives with Lacquer and Animal Glue for Ceramics Conservation
Kim, Eun Kyung ; Park, Daewoo ; Jang, Sungyoon ;
Adhesion and Interface, volume 14, issue 3, 2013, Pages 128~134
DOI : 10.17702/jai.2013.14.3.128
This study investigated the natural adhesives for ceramics conservation that can be used as a substitution for synthetic resins. Samples were prepared by mixing lacquer with animal glue and the structure and adhesion properties of the samples were analyzed. The structure analysis with FT-IR showed that carbonyl (C=O), amine (N-H) and aromatic (C=C) bonds are increased by adding animal glue on lacquer. Comparing to the viscosity and tensile strength of the sample to the Paraloid B-72 and Araldite rapid type, these natural adhesives can be a substitution for the synthetic resins. Through methodical and intensive study, we expect practical uses of this eco-friendly natural adhesives for ceramics conservation.
Study on the Thermal Properties of Epoxy Resin Compositions having Conjugated Double Bond in Backbone
Lee, KyoungEun ; Yoo, Min Jae ; Kim, Young Chul ;
Adhesion and Interface, volume 14, issue 3, 2013, Pages 135~145
DOI : 10.17702/jai.2013.14.3.135
Epoxy resin compositions were studied on the view of self-extinguishing properties without retardant additives and suitability as materials of eco-friendly EMC (Epoxy molding compound). Cured epoxy and phenolic resin composition having conjugated double bond of aromatic structure exhibited self-extinguishing properties and low heat release capacity. In this study, the structure of long conjugated double bond of hetero-atom type azomethyne group between conjugated double bonds of aromatic structure showed lower heat release capacity. Low heat release capacity seemed to be related with high reaction enthalpy,
and reactivity affected by hetero-atom structure in azomethyne group.
Effects of Ultrasonic Cleaning and Chemical Pre-treatment on the Characteristics of Fast-stabilized Rayon Fabrics
Cho, Chae Wook ; Cho, Donghwan ;
Adhesion and Interface, volume 14, issue 3, 2013, Pages 146~159
DOI : 10.17702/jai.2013.14.3.146
In the present study, stabilized rayon fabrics were prepared from fast isothermal stabilization processes, which were carried out within four minutes at
. The effects of ultrasonic cleaning and chemical pre-treatment on the chemical composition, physical characteristics, X-ray diffraction pattern, thermal stability and shape of the stabilized rayon fabrics were investigated extensively. In order to reduce the weight loss and thermal shrinkage of rayon fabrics occurring during the stabilization process, ultrasonic cleaning was first conducted and then chemical pre-treatments using
were performed, respectively. The results indicated that both ultrasonic cleaning and chemical pre-treatment influenced the weight loss, thermal shrinkage, microstructure, carbon content, thermal stability and fabric shape of stabilized rayon fabrics. Also the results depended on the fast-stabilization time and the type of chemical pre-treatment agents used.