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Methods of testing certain mechanical properties of lacquer films

F. M. P. Meredith

Methods of testing certain mechanical properties of lacquer films

by F. M. P. Meredith

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Published by Oil & Colour Chemists" Association in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reprinted from: Journal of the Oil and Colour Chemists" Association, Vol.44 (1961).

Statementby F.M.P. Meredith and R.D. Gominski.
ContributionsGuminski, R. D.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13958238M

  The mechanical properties of the solvent cast film were determined using an Instron® System with a tension/compression N Load Cell # – (Instron®, Norwood, MA, USA). Film sample is held between a G Lightweight Screw Vise Grip and J Jaws for Film Testing (Test Resources, Shakopee, MN, USA) per ASTM D as shown in Fig. D Test Method for Tensile Properties of Plastics and are the direct responsibility of Subcommittee D on Mechanical Properties. Current edition approved Ma Published April Originally approved in Last previous edition approved in as D – 2 Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Vol 3 Annual Book.

Metallurgy - Metallurgy - Corrosion resistance: When a metal corrodes in water, the atoms lose electrons and become ions that move into the water. This is called an anodic reaction, and for the corrosion process to proceed there must be a corresponding cathodic reaction that adsorbs the electrons. The process can be stopped by isolating the metal from the water with an impermeable barrier.   Film properties measured by biaxial testing using a Film Support Rig and Indexable Film Support Rig. Image Credit: Stable Micro Systems. The rig can also be used to measure resilience and relaxation. By comparing the work of compression and withdrawal when depressing the film surface a certain distance a measure of resilience can be calculated.

Introduction to Tensile Testing / 5 Fig. 6 The low-strain region of the stress-strain curve for a ductile material tic contribution and e e is the elastic contribution (and still related to the stress by Eq 3). It is tempting to define an elastic limit as the stress at which plastic deformation first occurs. ZwickRoell modernizes testing system at the RWTH Aachen University. The Institute for Plastics Processing (IKV) is Europe’s leading research and training institute in the field of plastics technology. Here, methods and solutions for a wide variety of applications are continuously developed.


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Methods of testing certain mechanical properties of lacquer films by F. M. P. Meredith Download PDF EPUB FB2

Although the human-lacquer-culture, including cultivation of the lacquer tree, harvesting, and the use of lacquer sap, has a long history of more than thousand years, there is very little information available on the modern scientific methods to study lacquer chemistry.

This book, based on the results of the authors' 30 years of research on. Scope. These test methods cover procedures for testing lacquers and lacquer coatings. The test methods included are listed in Table 1. Note In accordance with Terminology D16, a lacquer is defined as a coating composition that is based on synthetic thermoplastic filmforming material dissolved in organic solvent(s) and that dries primarily by solvent evaporation.

The sap of urushi tree (Toxicodendron vernicifluum (Stokes) F.A. Barkley) has been used for coating materials and is known as urushi or oriental lacquer in East Asia. The potential of termite attacks against wood samples coated with four types of urushi: Ki-urushi, Sugurome-urushi, Kuro-Sugurome-urushi, and Bengara-urushi, in correlation with their chemical and mechanical properties was Cited by: 1.

Plastic is a general term used for an extensive range of synthetic and natural compounds, each offering specific mechanical properties suitable for various applications and industries.

Plastics can contain a wide range of reinforcing materials and fillers additives. The mechanical strength of the coatings is estimated with the help of a dimensionless parameter.

Within the framework of the proposed testing method, one can also investigate the kinetic properties and other characteristics of fracture of lacquer coatings by using an optical technique and : A.

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Alkyd resin modified by coconut oil or soybean oil can significantly improve the mechanical properties of coating films; in particular, it reduces the brittleness of carboxymethyl cellulose nitrate films. This type of resin is typically used as an auxiliary film-forming material.

Alkyd resins also. The mechanical properties of all the IPN films improved than that of PVA film. Using crystal violet as a model drug, the release behaviors of the films were studied.

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Since obtaining a highly oriented structure based on a large-scale commercial ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) is considered very difficult due to its high molecular weight and melting index, modifying the structure of these cheap commercial UHMWPE brands into a supra-molecular structure with fiber-forming properties by adding a small amount of polyethylene wax (PE-wax) will.

To fully ascertain whether a specific coating is suitable for specific objects or purposes, TÜV Rheinland offers several tests and test methods to measure the performance.

The protective properties, visual appearance, degradation speedcan be tested. Thermoplastic vulcanizate (TPV) has excellent elastomeric properties and can be reprocessed multiple times. TPV is typically produced by using the dynamic vulcanization (DV) method in which rubber is crosslinked simultaneously with thermoplastics.

Peroxide-crosslinked TPV can increase the compatibility between rubber and thermoplastics but loses its reprocessability due to excess crosslinking. Using a wet-film gauge on quick-drying coatings will yield inaccurate measurements.

ASTM D outlines a standard method for measurement of wet-film thickness by notch gauges. A wet film wheel (eccentric roller) uses three disks. The gauge is rolled in the wet film until the center disk touches the wet film.

It was found that the mechanical properties (tensile strength and elongation at break) of mung bean protein films had superior mechanical properties and water vapor barrier properties. These were better than other protein sources such as casein, soy protein isolate, wheat gluten, peanut proteins and water-soluble fish proteins films.

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The aim of this study was the characterization of mechanical properties of representative types of orthodontic wires employing instrumented indentation testing (IIT) according to ISO Segments were cut from ten wires.

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