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Volume 1
Issue 1
Online publication date 2010-04-09
Title Innovative aspects in reconstruction of automotive case details using adhesive technology
Author Nikolay Levov
Abstract This paper discusses possibility of restoring automotive techniques’ case details and considers the effectiveness of “overlap” type joint in the repair practice.  The author argue necessity for developing new  adhesive formulations  and technologies to restore case parts of automotive techniques and improve thermal deformation and strength characteristics of connections. The calculation of single “overlap” type connection using boundary-layer method is observed.
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Keywords Adhesive technology, case details, thermal deformation and strength properties, modified epoxy oligomers, polysulfone, adhesion, “boundary layer” method.
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