The Effect of Fiber-Adhesive Composite on Bond Strength of Plastic Plates- Part I: Adhesion Type & Thickness

Document Type : Review Articles

Authors

1 Chem. Eng. Dept., Faculty of Eng., Minia university. Minia, Egypt.

2 Production & Design Engineering, Faculty of Engineering - Minia University, Egypt

Abstract

More than 60 percent of the world’s oil and gas transmission pipelines are more than 40 years old and for the most part in urgent need of rehabilitation in order to re-establish the original operating capacity. So, these steel pipelines may suffer from internal or external metal loss due to erosion and/or corrosion.
Reinforced Epoxy materials as an alternative to carbon steel pipes are highly useful especially for corrosive. They present an exceptional arrangement of chemical resistance, thermal resistance, high mechanical properties which is achieved by the selection of highly performing components and a properly designed structure. The reinforced polymers like poly vinyl chloride (PVC) for natural gas transportation at high pressure (approximately 5 MPa) are investigated to be used instead of steel pipeline. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) polymer is used. Three types of resins (epoxy, polyester and poly vinyl acetate) were used with different thickness. These resins can make uniform distribution of stress on the reinforced polymer.
The results shows the strength of PVC/PVC sandwich plates is higher than PVC/PVC single plate by 50 % for epoxy, 65% for polyester and 100% in case of poly vinyl acetate, moreover the poly vinyl acetate gave best results for energy to fraction and adhesion shear tests.

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Volume 63, Issue 12 - Serial Number 12
December 2020
Pages 5145-5159
  • Receive Date: 28 July 2019
  • Revise Date: 25 May 2020
  • Accept Date: 22 June 2020
  • First Publish Date: 22 June 2020