Investigating the suitability of roughness parameters to assess the bond strength of polymer-metal hybrid structures with mechanical adhesion

Volume: 117, Pages: 20 - 25
Published: May 1, 2017
Abstract
The joining of distinct incompatible materials, like metals and polymers or fiber-reinforced polymers, is gaining in importance, especially for lightweight applications. Here, it is advantageous if the materials can be joined during the manufacturing of the hybrid component. Besides conventional technologies, like over-molding or the use of adhesive bonds, the use of micro structures is a promising approach for in-mold assembly. However, the...
Paper Details
Title
Investigating the suitability of roughness parameters to assess the bond strength of polymer-metal hybrid structures with mechanical adhesion
Published Date
May 1, 2017
Volume
117
Pages
20 - 25
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