Effect of temperatures from -70 to 600 F on strength of adhesive-bonded lap shear specimens of clad 24S-T3 Aluminum alloy and of cotton-and glass-fabric plastic laminates

H. W. Eickner, W. Z. Olson, R. F. Blomquist
naca-tn-2717
Jun 1952


The performance of 14 commercial adhesives at temperatures from -70 to 600 degrees F was evaluated in lap shear specimens of clad 24S-T3 aluminum alloy to itself and that of 7 commercial adhesives at -70 to 250 degrees F in lap joints of cotton-fabric-phenolic laminate to itself, of glass-fabric-polyester laminate to itself, and in joints of each of these laminates to clad aluminum.

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