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Reliability of Adhesive Bonds Under Severe Environments (1984)

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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX I: Workshop Purpose and Program." National Research Council. 1984. Reliability of Adhesive Bonds Under Severe Environments. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/19387.
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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX I: Workshop Purpose and Program." National Research Council. 1984. Reliability of Adhesive Bonds Under Severe Environments. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/19387.
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APPENDIX I WORKSHOP PURPOSE AND PROGRAM (From Program Announcement) PURPOSE AND SCOPE The broad field of polymer science and engineering offers many opportunities for major advances. There are many products that fall short of military and NASA requirements. In the case of polymeric adhesives, there are both problems and promise. Some restricting factors are the limited ability to withstand high temperatures (above 350°C), cryogenic temperatures, and cyclic loading. The ability to detect "weak" bonds and to predict service life are both very poor, and technology development is needed before more structural uses develop. Interesting new polymers have recently been developed, and understanding of surface science is improved. Therefore it appears that major advances in adhesive joining technology are possible that can lead to useful and needed products. Adhesive formulations alone are not at issue. As reflected in the workshop program, advances in evaluation, stress analysis, and interface reactions can all lead to progress in the field. The unclassified workshop will highlight some of the opportunities to permit the committee to make recommendations to DOD and NASA as to promising research directions. AGENDA May 3, 1984 Lecture Room 9:00 Welcome Serge Gratch Introduction 9:30 Interests and Activities of the Department Leighton Peebles of Defense and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration 10:15 Break 10:30 Overview of Virginia Polytechnic Institute Halbert Brinson and State University Program Review/Workshop Melvin Kanninen J. E. McGrath 11:30 Lunch 39

40 East Auditorium, State Department Summary of Research Needs (Stanley Wentworth, Chairman) 1:15 2:00 2:45 3:30 3:45 Chemistry Interfaces Mechanics Break Discussion Lieng-Huang Lee John Venables K. Lawrence DeVries 4:30 Adjourn May 4, 1984 NAS Rooms 080. 180. 280 Simultaneous Discussion Sessions 9:00- Mechanics (inspection, accelerated testing, 11:45 stress, stress analysis, failure analysis) Room 280 Interfaces (surface preparation, metal reactions, water penetration) Room 180 Chemistry (new materials, extreme tempera- ture formulations, low-temperature curing) Room 080 11:45 Lunch Lecture Room Reports of Discussion Sessions (Serge Gratch, Chairman) 1:00 Chemistry 1:45 Interfaces 2:30 Mechanics 3:15 Close of Workshop Gary Hamed Discussion Leader James Wightman, Discussion Leader James Noland, Discussion Leader Paul Hergenrother Lawrence Drzal William S. Johnson

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