By Alphonsus V. Pocius
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Adhesives are widely used in other aspects of home construction as well. Floor and wall tile is applied with rubber-based mastic cements. These materials are discussed in Chapter 10. Similar adhesives are used to apply paneling. Wall coverings are also attached by adhesive bonding. The paper industry, which might be considered a subset of the wood products industry, also uses large quantities of adhesives. Hot melt adhesives, which are discussed in Chapter 11, are used to seal cartons as well to bind paperback books.
Materials that obey Hooke’s law are known as linear elastic materials. The response is linear with increasing force. If the force is removed, the material returns elastically to its original state. Elasticity means that when load is removed from the material, it returns to its original shape and size without the loss of mechanical energy as heat. The factor E is known as the tensile modulus or Young’s modulus of the material in test. 49 Young’s modulus has the units of stress, Pascal (Pa) in SI units and pounds per square inch (psi) in English units.
The plateau is seen in materials that “neck-in” or “draw down” as the sample elongates. Note that in the plateau region, the stress on the sample can actually decrease. Eventually, the material can no longer sustain the stress and it breaks. The stress at this point is known as the stress at break while the strain at this point is known as the strain at break or the elongation at break of the material. The ultimate tensile strength of the material could be the stress at break. However, the ultimate tensile strength of the 21 22 2 The Mechanical Properties of Materials as They Relate to Adhesion material could occur when the material begins to neck-in.