Adhesive bonding is often effective, efficient, and often necessary way to join mechanical structures. This important book reviews the most recent improvements in adhesive bonding and their wide-ranging potential in structural engineering. Part one reviews advances in the most commonly used groups of structural adhesives with chapters covering topics such as epoxy, polyurethane, silicone, cyanoacrylate, and acrylic adhesives. The second set of chapters covers the various types of adherends and pre-treatment methods for a range of structural materials such as metals, composites and plastics. Chapters in Part three analyse methods and techniques with topics on joint design, life prediction, fracture mechanics and testing. The final group of chapters gives useful and practical insights into the problems and solutions of adhesive bonding in a variety of hostile environments such as chemical, wet and extreme temperatures. With its distinguished editor and international team of contributors, Advances in Structural Adhesive Bonding is a standard reference for structural and chemical engineers in industry and the academic sector: "Well presented and an easy read, should appeal to adhesive specialists due its breadth of coverage and to manufacturing and design engineers who wish to gain an appreciation of new technology in adhesive joining" - Engineering Failure Analysis. "This book should serve as an excellent reference to anyone involved with structural adhesives" - Materials World Overall. "I found this to be an excellent book and it has already proved useful to me in my work. I would strongly recommend it to anyone with an interest in the area. 10/10" - Materials World.