The movement of a ductile material under pressure.
Steady deformation of a pressure sensitive adhesive under stress.
The tendency of a pressure sensitive adhesive to act like a heavy, viscous liquid over long periods of time. Such phenomena aw "oozing" or "increased in adhesion" are the results of this characteristic.
(r) slow deformation, under gravitational force, at or below room temperature.
Application and Use Deformation of an adhesive layer (or film) at room temperature without an externally applied load.
The tendency of a pressure sensitive adhesive to act like a heavy viscous liquid over long periods of time. Such phenomena, as oozing and increases in adhesion, are the result of this characteristic.
Any permanent deformation due to pressure or mechanical force, without the aid of eat softening.
continued deformation under stress. See creep.
The tendency of a pressure sensitive adhesive to move, over a long period of time. Reels of laminate stored on end may show that the adhesive has flowed downwards towards the base.
Continued deformation under stress, term usually used when describing the characteristics of Teflon.
The degree to which a material changes or distorts over time when subjected to tensile or compression stresses.
The flow of a Pressure Sensitive adhesive under pressure or stress.
slow deformation of polymer or uncured rubber due to its liquid-like state; sometimes due to simple gravity, but also through imposed force
A change in the shape or the dimensions of a plastic part when subjected to a load (weight or pressure) at room temperature.
Relatively slow deformation of a material at or below room temperature. See CREEP.
Irreversible damage of the insulation due to the mechanical force of pressure.
change in dimensions or shape of some materials when subjected to external weight or pressure at room temperature
The dimensional change or deformation that occurs over a period of time when a material is subjected to constant stress at a constant temperature; also called creep.
Continued deformation or movement under stress
The flow of a PS adhesive under pressure or stress.
Movement of insulation (e.g. Teflon) caused by pressure. Creep.
Permanent deformation of the insulation due to mechanical force or pressure (not due to heat softening).
Continued deformation or "creep" of a material under constant stress.
nbspThe flow of a PS adhesive under pressure or stress.
The permanent deformation of a material due to mechanical force or pressure and not due to heat softening.
A term describing the tendency of certain materials to continue to deform or "creep" under constant sealing pressure (compressive load).
The flow of a P.S. adhesive under pressure or stress.