volume 33, issue 9, P543-548 1993
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760330906
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Abstract: Abstract The static shear strength and static friction of three thermoplastics have been investigated for the case of contact between a bulk plastic sample and a very smooth metallic plate. The minimum tangential force required to shear the interfacial adhesion bonds between the two surfaces was measured and defined as the adhesion component of friction Fa. Experimental results showed that Fa is large when the surface energy is high or the interfacial energy is small and that a correlation may exist between t…

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