Williams, JA and Kauzlarich, JJ (2011) Mandrel peeling of a flexible laminate with a pressure-sensitive adhesive: Comparison of experiment with numerical analysis. Strain, 47. pp. 439-448. ISSN 0039-2103Full text not available from this repository.
Mandrel peel tests with mandrels or rollers of varying diameters have been carried out using Mylar backing of several thicknesses and a commercial synthetic acrylic adhesive. The results are critically compared with the numerical predictions of the peeling software package ICPeel. In addition, a finite element model of the mandrel peeling process has been completed which gives good agreement with experiment provided appropriate mechanical properties of adherend and adhesive are used which must include the effects of adherent constraint. The influence of the thickness of the backing is also considered and both experiment and analysis confirm that there is a backing thickness at which the peel force for a laminate of this sort will show a maximum. © 2010 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
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