Evaluation of test methods for measuring adhesionbetween a liner and rock

2003-08-26
Tannant, Dd
Öztürk, Hasan
The adhesive strength between a thin spray-on liner and rock is an important property controlling the design and performance of spray-on liner support systems. A review is presented of the various adhesion test methods used by the coatings, microelectronics and concrete industries. The advantages and disadvantages of these test methods with respect to thin spray-on liners are discussed. From this review and past experience measuring adhesion between thin spray-on liners and rock, a suggested test method for thin spray-on liner materials is presented. This method is a slight modification of other methods and is based on direct pull-off of an elevator bolt that is attached to a liner with strong epoxy.
3rd International Seminar on Surface Support Liners (25 - 26 Ağustos 2003)

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Citation Formats
D. Tannant and H. Öztürk, “Evaluation of test methods for measuring adhesionbetween a liner and rock,” presented at the 3rd International Seminar on Surface Support Liners (25 - 26 Ağustos 2003), 2003, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/72811.