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Environmental Effects on Adhesive Applications and Performance

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Application and curing dynamics of adhesives are rarely quantified over a wide range of varying climactic conditions; yet, this information is critical to the final performance of the structural bond. There is a growing need among raw material suppliers, formulators, and applicators to better understand the performance of products under the extreme humidity and temperature conditions experienced during application. Both humidity and temperature play a considerable role on rheology dynamics, film formation on the substrate surface, curing dynamics, and the final performance of the cured adhesive. These effects are particularly magnified in water based chemistries.

In this webinar, we discuss the need throughout the different industry sectors to better understand climactic performance on application performance, the physics and chemistry of how climactic conditions impact the final adhesive performance, and the development of a chamber that is designed to test the application and curing performance of adhesives over a large range of humidity and temperature conditions.
 

 

Objectives:

  1. The roles temperature and humidity play during the adhesive application process.
  2. How these climactic factors affect the end performance of the cured adhesive bond.
  3. The interrelationship between pretreatment and climactic conditions that are present during application.
  4. Potential methodologies to mitigate these effects.
  5. The equipment that is available to study climactic effects on adhesive application and curing.

 

Expert Presenter:

 

Dr. Doug Corrigan is the Director of the ChemQuest Technology Institute, a state-of-the art research and development facility that focuses its resources on supporting the entire specialty chemicals value chain. Doug has spent his career as a research scientist, entrepreneur, and program manager. He has been actively engaged in understanding the best practices for transforming high-tech innovation into viable commercial solutions. Previously, as the founder of a biotech company, Doug managed a group of innovators that developed new products for both the drug discovery and bioenergy markets. Doug is the inventor of a dozens of early stage disruptive technologies that have been licensed for commercialization in the fields of solid-state materials, nanotechnology, additive manufacturing, and medical research. 

 
Doug has B.S. and M.S. degrees from Rensselaer in Engineering Physics with a primary emphasis on solid-state physics and materials science. He also holds a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the Quillen College of Medicine. During the beginning phases of his career, he played an integral role as a researcher at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and NASA, where he served as part of the team to conduct multiple microgravity materials science experiments aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia.

 

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