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Creep and temperature-dependent creep of one component polyurethane adhesives for green wood gluing

Abstract : Creep and temperature-dependent creep, characteristic of one component polyurethane adhesives for wet and green structural wood gluing such as in glulam are two different parameters. Testing of the best standards-approved commercial polyurethane adhesive for this purpose shows that while ambient temperature creep is limited this is not the case for temperature-dependent creep. The commercial adhesive formulation characteristics that minimize or enhance ambient temperature and temperature-dependent creep are identified.
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Bin Na, Xiaoning Lu, Antonio Pizzi. Creep and temperature-dependent creep of one component polyurethane adhesives for green wood gluing. Wood Research, Statny Drevarsky Vyskumny Ustav, 2014, 59 (2), pp.265-272. ⟨hal-01597084⟩

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