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Adhesion of polymer surfaces: brief review

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PhD research program is dedicated to study the adhesive behaviour of engineering polymers. Within the topic the modification of adhesive behaviour of the surfaces are highlighted concerning further adhesive bonding. The improved surface adhesion is important for e.g. mounting a gear on shaft or bearing bushing but packaging industry are also interested in enhanced surface adhesion. One of the potential methods for the surface modification is atmospheric cold plasma treatment. The PhD research program is focusing on natural and modified adhesive capabilities. This article gives a brief review about the basics of surface adhesion of polymeric materials.
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plasma treatment, Adhesion, polymer

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Al-Maliki, Hayder, Gábor Kalacska, Róbert Keresztes, et al. “Adhesion of Polymer Surfaces: Brief Review.” Mechanical Engineering Letters. Ed. István SZABÓ & Gábor KALÁCSKA. Vol. 12. Gödöllő, Hungary: Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, 2015. 43–49. Print.
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Al-Maliki, H., Kalacska, G., Keresztes, R., & De Baets, P. (2015). Adhesion of polymer surfaces: brief review. In I. SZABÓ & G. KALÁCSKA (Eds.), Mechanical Engineering Letters (Vol. 12, pp. 43–49). Presented at the Synergy 2015 international Conference, Gödöllő, Hungary: Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
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Al-Maliki, Hayder, Gábor Kalacska, Róbert Keresztes, and Patrick De Baets. 2015. “Adhesion of Polymer Surfaces: Brief Review.” In Mechanical Engineering Letters, ed. István SZABÓ and Gábor KALÁCSKA, 12:43–49. Gödöllő, Hungary: Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
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Al-Maliki, Hayder, Gábor Kalacska, Róbert Keresztes, and Patrick De Baets. 2015. “Adhesion of Polymer Surfaces: Brief Review.” In Mechanical Engineering Letters, ed. István SZABÓ and Gábor KALÁCSKA, 12:43–49. Gödöllő, Hungary: Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
Vancouver
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Al-Maliki H, Kalacska G, Keresztes R, De Baets P. Adhesion of polymer surfaces: brief review. In: SZABÓ I, KALÁCSKA G, editors. Mechanical Engineering Letters. Gödöllő, Hungary: Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering; 2015. p. 43–9.
IEEE
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H. Al-Maliki, G. Kalacska, R. Keresztes, and P. De Baets, “Adhesion of polymer surfaces: brief review,” in Mechanical Engineering Letters, Gödöllő, Hungary, 2015, vol. 12, pp. 43–49.
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  abstract     = {PhD research program is dedicated to study the adhesive behaviour of engineering polymers. Within the topic the modification of adhesive behaviour of the surfaces are highlighted concerning further adhesive bonding. The improved surface adhesion is important for e.g. mounting a gear on shaft or bearing bushing but packaging industry are also interested in enhanced surface adhesion. One of the potential methods for the surface modification is atmospheric cold plasma treatment. The PhD research program is focusing on natural and modified adhesive capabilities. This article gives a brief review about the basics of surface adhesion of polymeric materials.},
  author       = {Al-Maliki, Hayder and Kalacska, Gábor  and Keresztes, Róbert and De Baets, Patrick},
  booktitle    = {Mechanical Engineering Letters},
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  pages        = {43--49},
  publisher    = {Szent István University. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering},
  title        = {Adhesion of polymer surfaces: brief review},
  volume       = {12},
  year         = {2015},
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