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Broad screening of adhesives for glass-metal bonds

Jan Belis (UGent) , Arno Van Hulle (UGent) , Bas Out, Freek Bos (UGent) , Dieter Callewaert (UGent) and Hans Poulis
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Two archetypes (more specifically a glass sheet on a circumferential frame and a circular point fixing) of adhesively bonded glass to metal connections are subjected to extensive research in a two-year project run by Ghent University in cooperation with the Adhesion Institute of Delft University of Technology. The main objective of the project is to facilitate innovations by providing technology transfer on adhesively bonded glass to metal connections to the building industry. Consequently, the project is coached by a varied group of industrial partners, which has specified five relevant applications and appropriate performance criteria to be further investigated. Over ten adhesive manufacturers and suppliers have been approached to suggest adhesives for these applications. Of the 48 suggested adhesives, about 30 have been subjected to experimental testing in a broad screening to be able to select adhesives for further detailed investigations. This way, also adhesives which usually are outside the scope of glass research could be investigated, such as methacrylates. Furthermore, each major adhesive family is featured: silicones, polyurethanes, MS-polymers, acrylates, and epoxies. The screening constits of lap-shear tests on three sets of specimens for each adhesive. The first set is tested without conditioning. the other sets were tested after 4 weeks storage at 90 °C, 50 % RH and 12 weeks of storage at 90 °C, 50 % RH. The proposed paper summarises the experimental results of the screening research. Adhesives are proposed for further detailed research.
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Lap shear test, Glass-metal bond, Adhesive, Humidity exposure, Screening

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Belis, Jan, et al. “Broad Screening of Adhesives for Glass-Metal Bonds.” Glass Performance Days Proceedings, Glass Performance Days, 2011, pp. 286–89.
APA
Belis, J., Van Hulle, A., Out, B., Bos, F., Callewaert, D., & Poulis, H. (2011). Broad screening of adhesives for glass-metal bonds. In Glass Performance Days Proceedings (pp. 286–289). Tampere, Finland: Glass Performance Days.
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Belis, Jan, Arno Van Hulle, Bas Out, Freek Bos, Dieter Callewaert, and Hans Poulis. 2011. “Broad Screening of Adhesives for Glass-Metal Bonds.” In Glass Performance Days Proceedings, 286–89. Tampere, Finland: Glass Performance Days.
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Belis, Jan, Arno Van Hulle, Bas Out, Freek Bos, Dieter Callewaert, and Hans Poulis. 2011. “Broad Screening of Adhesives for Glass-Metal Bonds.” In Glass Performance Days Proceedings, 286–289. Tampere, Finland: Glass Performance Days.
Vancouver
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Belis J, Van Hulle A, Out B, Bos F, Callewaert D, Poulis H. Broad screening of adhesives for glass-metal bonds. In: Glass Performance Days Proceedings. Tampere, Finland: Glass Performance Days; 2011. p. 286–9.
IEEE
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J. Belis, A. Van Hulle, B. Out, F. Bos, D. Callewaert, and H. Poulis, “Broad screening of adhesives for glass-metal bonds,” in Glass Performance Days Proceedings, Tampere, Finland, 2011, pp. 286–289.
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  abstract     = {Two archetypes (more specifically a glass sheet on a circumferential frame and a circular point fixing) of adhesively bonded glass to metal connections are subjected to extensive research in a two-year project run by Ghent University in cooperation with the Adhesion Institute of Delft University of Technology. The main objective of the project is to facilitate innovations by providing technology transfer on adhesively bonded glass to metal connections to the building industry. Consequently, the project is coached by a varied group of industrial partners, which has specified five relevant applications and appropriate performance criteria to be further investigated. Over ten adhesive manufacturers and suppliers have been approached to suggest adhesives for these applications. Of the 48 suggested adhesives, about 30 have been subjected to experimental testing in a broad screening to be able to select adhesives for further detailed investigations. This way, also adhesives which usually are outside the scope of glass research could be investigated, such as methacrylates. Furthermore, each major adhesive family is featured: silicones, polyurethanes, MS-polymers, acrylates, and epoxies. The screening constits of lap-shear tests on three sets of specimens for each adhesive. The first set is tested without conditioning. the other sets were tested after 4 weeks storage at 90 °C, 50 % RH and 12 weeks of storage at 90 °C, 50 % RH. The proposed paper summarises the experimental results of the screening research. Adhesives are proposed for further detailed research.},
  author       = {Belis, Jan and Van Hulle, Arno and Out, Bas and Bos, Freek and Callewaert, Dieter and Poulis, Hans},
  booktitle    = {Glass Performance Days Proceedings},
  isbn         = {9789525836028},
  keywords     = {Lap shear test,Glass-metal bond,Adhesive,Humidity exposure,Screening},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Tampere, Finland},
  pages        = {286--289},
  publisher    = {Glass Performance Days},
  title        = {Broad screening of adhesives for glass-metal bonds},
  year         = {2011},
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