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Mechanical behaviour of adhesive joints proceedings of the European Mechanics Colloquium 227, held in Saint-Etienne, France, 31 August-2 Septembre 1987 by European Mechanics Colloquium (227 1987 Saint-Etienne, Loire, France)

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Published by Pluralis in Paris .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Adhesive joints -- Congresses.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by G. Verchery and A.H. Cardon.
ContributionsVerchery, G., Cardon, A. H.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTA492.A3 E97 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 586 p. :
Number of Pages586
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2234190M
ISBN 10286216013X
LC Control Number89103036

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  Therefore, understanding how loading conditions affect the mechanical behavior of adhesive joints is vital to their design and the advancement of structural safety. Quasi-static and dynamic tests are performed to analyze both the strength and failure modes of aluminum substrates bonded by an adhesive (Darbond EP) for an array of Author: Victor Li, Yulong Ge, Sai Guo, Zhengliang Su, Yong Xia. In this study the impact and quasi-static mechanical behaviour of single lap joints (SLJ) using a new crash resistant epoxy adhesive has been characterized as a function of temperature. Mechanical Behaviour Between Stiff and Flexible Adhesive Joints for the Automotive Industry', The Journal of Adhesion, 7, — To link to this Article: DOI: / To characterise the adhesive behaviour, Hart-Smith used an elastic-perfectly plastic model - Fig-ure 2. Figure 2: E ect of plasticity in the adhesive layer according to Hart-Smith [6]. In Figure 2, there are three di erent cases, that are obtained by increasing the applied load, P. In short, for Case 1 the adhesive is in the elastic range.

The use of adhesives has many advantages over other methods of fastening. Presenting a smooth exterior, spreading of the load and ease of joining thin or dissimilar materials are all reasons why the use of adhesives for bonding structures is steadily growing and finding new applications. Structural Adhesive Joints in Engineering is a concise guide to adhesive joints within structures. This paper describes some finite element models for analyzing the mechanical behavior of adhesive joints. In these models five layers of solid elements were used across the adhesive layer in order to increase the accuracy of the results. The finite elements were refined gradually in steps from adherends to adhesive layer. In these models, most of the adherends and adhesive were modeled using Cited by: 1. MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF ADHESIVE JOINTS SUBJECTED TO THERMAL CYCLING G. Robert Humfeld, Jr. (ABSTRACT) The effect of thermal cycling on the state of stress in polymeric materials bonded to stiff elastic substrates was investigated using . Nonetheless, fracture mechanical approaches were successfully applied in the numerical cohesive zone model to simulate the crash behaviour of adhesive joints in automotive applications. Experimental results and data with respect to the cohesive zone model are presented for two different types of toughened adhesives under mode I, mode II, and.