Studying adhesion of different tape types . Group Member. Napak Patcharathiwat No.12 Tikamporn Wongnikom No.16 Wichapas Kuskul No.21. M. 4/1. Advisor. Aj.Kuntanakorn Noisena. Introduction. Nowadays, everybody knows “tape” because the
of different tape types
Nowadays, everybody knows “tape” because the
tape is one that is very important in the daily life.
The tape is used in order to stick objects together.
Moreover, it can be applied to several working.
that we pull is the large value to by the equation
So we use this equation.
When we pulled different kinds of tape,
we found it had a different adhesion by
some kinds were pulled to easier than others.
Studying adhesion of different
tape types when sticking on
the surface of object.
thin double-sided tape
thick double-sided tape
Our study showed that the types of tape had an effect on
the value of adhesive force. Group of tapes that has the
most average of adhesive force is cloth tape with
transparent tape, the less than is a group of thin double-
sided tape with thick double-sided tape and the least
average of adhesive force is Post-it tape.
This result may can only use with future board.
So if you want to develop this project, you
should change future board to be other things
such as aluminum plate and add type of tape.
Other teachers in SINOS class
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