The Adhesion of Modified Epoxides to Fibers
Gorbatkina Yulia Arkadievna, Author, Ivanova-Mumzhieva Viktoria Georgievna, Author

This book focuses on the control interfacial strength, which is one of the most substantial problems of the science of adhesion. In particular, it discusses interfacial strength in adhesive joints in which the substrates are various fibers and the adhesives are epoxy resins modified with active diluents, rigid-chain thermoplastics, or fine fillers, and studies the change in adhesive strength during the formation of joints (during curing) and under various operating conditions.The text also analyzes the dependence of adhesive strength on modifier concentration and the existence of the synergism of interfacial strength, as well as the mechanisms controlling synergism when using various types of modifiers.The book will appeal to researchers, teachers, students, postgraduate students, and all those who are engaged in studying surface phenomena, the physics and chemistry of polymers, and the design and application of composite materials.

Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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