Электронная книга: Bettina Mikhail «Adhesive Bonding. Adhesives, Applications and Processes»

Adhesive Bonding. Adhesives, Applications and Processes

Both solid knowledge of the basics as well as expert knowledge is needed to create rigid, long-lasting and material-specific adhesions in the industrial or trade sectors. Information that is extremely difficult and time-consuming to find in the current literature. Written by specialists in various disciplines from both academia and industry, this handbook is the very first to provide such comprehensive knowledge in a compact and well-structured form. Alongside such traditional fields as the properties, chemistry and characteristic behavior of adhesives and adhesive joints, it also treats in detail current practical questions and the manifold applications for adhesives.

Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited"

ISBN: 9783527623938

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