How to Choose Adhesives and How to Use-From Bonding Basics to Latest Technology-Held October 1 (Tuesday) Organizer: CMC Research Co., Ltd.
How to Choose Adhesive and How to Use It -From Bonding Basics to Latest Technology- Held October 1 (Tuesday) Organizer: CMC Research Co., Ltd. …………………………………………………………………………………………… CMC Research Co., Ltd. (Kanda Nishiki-cho, Chiyoda-ku: cmcre.com/), which provides cutting-edge technology information and market information, offers seminars on market trends and technological trends in various materials and chemicals. We are now publishing books. We welcomed a seminar titled “How to Choose Adhesives and Knowing How to Use: From the Basics of Adhesion to the Latest Technology” as an instructor. From 10:30 on Tuesday, October 1st, 2019, it will be held at “Chiyoda Platform Square” on the 5th floor, 503 conference room (Nishiki-cho, Chiyoda-ku). Tuition fee: General: 51,000 yen (+ tax), our e-mail magazine members: 45,000 yen (+ tax), academic price is 24,000 yen (with materials). For details and application for the seminar, please visit our URL below! cmcre.com/archives/48267/ There will be a Q & A session, so please join us. The need for adhesives is rising again due to the need to reduce the weight of automobiles / aircrafts / railway vehicles, and the size and thickness of electrical and electronic equipment. The reason for this is that if an adhesive is used, (1) it is possible to join dissimilar materials and it will be easier to switch to a material with a lighter specific gravity. The advantage is that rigidity can be increased, (3) the space gained by high rigidity can be directed to reducing the thickness of the object to be joined, and (4) even small or thin parts can be joined to provide a sealing function. . In this course, we will explain the basic knowledge and knowledge that designers should know when using adhesives. Specifically, the merit and adhesive mechanism of the adhesive, the type and characteristics of the adhesive, the nature and surface treatment of the adherend, the selection method and precautions of the adhesive, the precautions in designing the parts to be bonded Lectures on points to be noted when bonding. This course is positioned as a basic course. This course is recommended for designers who want to know the basics of using adhesives. 1) Seminar theme and date Theme: How to choose the right adhesive and how to use it-From basic bonding to the latest technology- Date: October 1, 2019 (Tuesday) 10: 30-16: 30 Venue: Chiyoda Platform Square 5F 503 3-21 Kanda Nishikicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0054, Japan Participation fee: 51,000 yen (+ tax) * * 45,000 yen for mail magazine registrants (+ tax) * Academic price is 24,000 yen (+ tax) Lecturer: Mr. Kazumin Wakabayashi Representative of AP Research 2) How to apply The seminar site of CMMC Research cmcre.com/archives/48267/ Please apply from We will send you a return ticket, an audition ticket, a venue map, and an invoice.
3) Introduction of seminar program ・ It explains in an easy-to-understand manner how to select the correct adhesive and how to use it. -And you can learn from the basics of bonding technology to the latest technology efficiently in one day. (1) Merits of using adhesives and bonding mechanisms (10: 30-12: 00) (1.1) What is the position of adhesives and adhesives? (1.2) Advantages and disadvantages of bonding (1.3) Exploded view of adhesion theory (1.4) Wetting and contact angle, liquid surface tension (1.5) Bonding work (1.6) What is a solubility parameter? (1.7) Strength of adhesive interface (1.8) Metal bonds and hydrogen bonds (1.9) Bonding between adhesive and adherend surface (secondary bond, van der Waals force) (1.10) Mechanical bonding effect (anchor effect) (1.11) Bond failure and its evaluation (2) Types and characteristics of adhesives (12: 45-13: 15) (2.1) Classification of adhesives (1) Classification by main components (2) Classification by adhesive strength and adhesive properties (3) Classification by adhesive concept (4) Types of functional adhesive (5) Types of short-time adhesive (3) Properties and surface treatment of adherends (13: 15-14: 30) (3.1) Knowing the properties of adherends • Metals, plastics, rubber, glass & ceramics, wood (3.2) Surface treatment of adherend (1) Purpose of surface treatment (2) Foreign material on the surface of the adherend (3) Surface treatment method (4) Metal surface treatment (5) Plastic surface treatment (6) Surface treatment with primer (7) Rubber surface treatment (8) Judgment of surface treatment effect (4) Adhesive selection method and precautions-Adhesive bonding design-(14: 30-15: 45) (4.1) How to choose the correct adhesive (1) Adhesive selection criteria (2) Know the purpose of the adhesive (3) Know the practical conditions (4) Know the laws and regulations (5) Know the flow of bonding work (6) Adhesion work (application, drying, curing) (4.2) Bonding work (1) Flow chart of adhesive work and points to be noted (2) Causes of troubles in adhesive bonding (3) Adhesive application (4) Adhesive solidification / curing / curing by UV / curing by high frequency heating / curing by microwave heating ・ Curing by ultrasonic heating (4.3) Adhesive joint design (1) Basics of joint design (2) Basic form of stress applied to the joint (3) Basic stress characteristics (4) Stress distribution of shear specimen (5) Influence of plate thickness and lap length of shear test piece (6) Effect of adhesive layer thickness (spot weld bond) (7) Utility of fillet (8) Notes on joint design (5) Adhesion evaluation (15: 45-16: 30) (1) Bond strength test method (2) Standard adhesion test piece (3) Factors that reduce adhesive strength (4) Typical characteristics measured with cured adhesives (5) Adhesive / adhesive reliability evaluation (6) Durability test list (7) Tensile shear fatigue test (8) Wedge impact test (9) Non-destructive inspection 4) Instructor introduction
Born in 1945 in Soja City, Okayama Prefecture. Graduated from Department of Applied Chemistry, Tokyo University of Science in March 1967. In April of the same year, he joined Nogawa Chemical, a general adhesive manufacturer. From April 1967 to March 1970, transferred to the Tokyo Institute of Technology (currently the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) of the Industrial Technology Institute of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (currently the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) to study polymer synthesis. After that, he returned to Nogawa Chemical, where he was involved in the development, technical service, sales and manufacturing of new adhesives, as well as management and supervision. After serving as Managing Director and Senior Managing Director of the company, in June 2000 he became President. In June 2007, he retired as a director of the company, and in July 2007 he established APS Research, a technical consulting firm for adhesives, adhesives and sealing. He also held important positions such as the Vice President of the Adhesion Society of Japan and the Vice President of the Japan Adhesive Industry Association. There are many books such as “Adhesion Management (above)”, “Same (below)” (Polymer Publishing Society), “Adhesion Technology Know-how (Basic) (Application)” (Nikkei BP). 5) About seminar subjects and benefits ★ Academic pricing: limited to countries, local governments, and universities, graduate school teachers, and students who are qualified by the School Education Law. ★ If two or more people are registered at the same time and all applicants are registered as e-mail magazine members, the second person is free and the third and subsequent people are half the price of the e-mail magazine. ☆ Click here for details and application ↓ cmcre.com/archives/48267/ 6) Information on related seminars ☆ Click here for the list of seminars to be held! ↓ cmcre.com/archives/category/seminar/seminar_cmc_f/ 7) Information on related books ☆ Click here for a list of published books ↓ cmcre.com/archives/category/cmc_all/ that’s all
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