EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF TEMPERATURE EFFECT AND CURING TIME ON THE SHEAR STRENGTH OF ADHESIVE JOINTS BY POLYVINYL PYRROLIDONE PVP K30

Abbas Ali Diwan, Abdul Kareem F. Hassan, Sabah M. Thahab

Abstract


This research represents an experimental work to study the effect of temperature and curing time on the shear strength of adhesive joints by polyvinyl pyrrolidone PVP k30. In this work, shear strength of the adhesive made from dissolving 8 grams of polyvinyl pyrrolidone (k30) in 50 ml of ethanol alcohol high purity 99.9% was studied. This study focused on the effect of temperature and curing time under pressure of a fixed rate of 5 MPa. Therefore, the effect of five temperatures (200, 215, 225, 235 and 250) °C for different times (10, 20 and 30) minutes under the influence of the same pressure in all cases was studied by taking pictures of samples using Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). It was inferred that the best resistance obtained at a temperature of 225 °C and time of 10 minutes, reaching overhead hanging to 1669 N, that there is an increase in the resistance of the adhesive with the increase in temperature and up to 225 °C, and then there is a decrease in the resistance and up to 250 °C at the time of 10 minutes.

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