Tensile Loading of Silicone Point Supports – Revisited

@inproceedings{Hagl2012TensileLO,
  title={Tensile Loading of Silicone Point Supports – Revisited},
  author={Anneliese Hagl and Oliver Dieterich},
  year={2012}
}
  • Anneliese Hagl, Oliver Dieterich
  • Published 2012
An advanced high performance silicone film adhesive is ready to be exploited for challenging glazing applications. This silicone adhesive differs in many aspects from conventional silicones as it provides transparency and superior mechanical characteristics. Furthermore, the transparent silicone material shows the tendency of loosing transparency in highly loaded operating conditions (“stress whitening”). Due to these specific characteristics, comparisons of the mechanical performance of the… CONTINUE READING

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