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Non-linear analysis and testing of adhesive joints under impact and quasi-static loading

J. A. Harris

Non-linear analysis and testing of adhesive joints under impact and quasi-static loading

by J. A. Harris

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Published by Harris in [Bristol? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adhesive joints -- Testing.,
  • Strains and stresses.,
  • Impact.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J.A. Harris.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMT272 .Thesis Misc.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 127, [128] leaves :
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21241105M

    ICEM13 focused on all aspects of experimental mechanics of solids with emphasis on mechanical characterization and testing at the micro and nano scale levels. The technical program of ICEM13 was the product of hard work and devotion of more Brand: Springer Netherlands. The International Journal of Composite Materials is a bimonthly peer-reviewed scientific journal. The journal covers all scientific and technological aspects of composite materials and their structures, including physical, chemical, artificial, mechanical, and other properties of Composite Materials as well as microscopic to macroscopic behavior studied both experimentally and .

    2nd International Conference on Advanced Materials, Processing and Testing Technology Organizer: Wuhan University 10/30/ - 11/1/ Stress Analysis of Tubular Adhesive Joints with Delaminated Adherend. Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 23 (): , [34] Hosseinzadeh R. and F. Taheri. Non-Linear Investigation of Overlap Length Effect on Torsional Capacity of Tubular Adhesively Bonded Joints, Composite Structures, 91(2): , November [35].

      stress concentration factors of welded tube-to-tube t-joints in thin-walled (t non-linear rigid plastic fem for rolling process. cheng lu, a. The bond between reinforcing bars and concrete under impact loading was studied for plain, polypropylene fibre reinforced, and steel fibre reinforced concretes. The experimental program included setting up an impact test system, in which an impact load with considerable energy could be generated, and in which the applied loads, accelerations and the strains along the Cited by:


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Non-linear analysis and testing of adhesive joints under impact and quasi-static loading by J. A. Harris Download PDF EPUB FB2

The final testing is of a prototype in which the bonded joints will only be one part of what is being tested. Testing will be under simulations of severe in-service use. Failure at this point can have significant financial repercussions.

Fatigue testing adhesive lap joints is covered by the standards BS EN ISO and ASTM D Testing Adhesive Joints, Best Practices Analysis of the Non-linear Behavior of an Adhesive in Bonded Assemblies Under Shear Loadings. are strongly dependent on the tensile-shear loading.

Impact Fatigue of Adhesive Joints. Strength of adhesive joints under repeated impact loading is reported. By investigating relations between strengths of joints and impact waveforms applied to.

The Tensile/Compression-Shear Arcan test specimen developed by Créac’hcadec et al. seems to be a promising alternative for the dynamic characterization of adhesively bonded joints.

The global geometry of this specimen is based on the work of Arcan et al. [26] and allows to test the adhesive layer under different loading by: 2.

Composite Bonded Joints Analysis, Data, and Substantiation quasi-static and fatigue growth Non-linear w/elastic-plastic adhesive is industry baseline. 19 Computer Codes for Analysis of Bonded Joints Reference: Rastogi, N., Bogdanovich, A., Soni, S, “Stress Analysis and Strength.

A 3D nonlinear impact analysis was performed for reinforced concrete bridge columns under truck impact loadings. Three different boundary conditions were considered to investigate the effect of superstructures on the integral column during impact.

Fixed bottom conditions and restraints in the loading direction at the top of the column (Model I) showed the largest Cited by: 3. determining strength of metallic and composite joints.

The analysis developed by Hart-Smith [4, 6] accounts for non-linear elastic-plastic deformation in the adhesive.

PLASTIC YIELD CRITERIA The strength of materials based models considered above tend to assume that the adhesive behaves as a linear-elastic solid (i.e. no plasticity).File Size: KB. The results showed a change in the mechanical properties of the adhesive with the variation of strain rate (quasi-static and impact of 3 m/s) and temperature (−30, 24 and 80 ℃).

With the mechanical properties determined it was possible to define cohesive laws for implementation in finite element simulation, as a function of strain rate and Cited by: 2. Structural Adhesive Behavior Experimental and Computational Study REC - A.

Shibli and M. Issa DYNAMIC BEND TEST The test fixture used to generate dynamic planar loading of the sandwich structure was similar to that described by Reiff et al. The test vehicle was centered in the 4-point bend fixture, such that during testing. Abstract. Dynamic and quasi-static experiments were performed using a novel lap joint specimen to evaluate the shear strength of adhesive bonded lap joints at different loading rates, length to width ratios and lap by: 3.

nder, ki, ki, “Experimental and numerical analysis of hybrid clinched – adhesive joints”, J. Adhesive Sci. and Technology 25 () 4. ina, ki,“Numerical investigation of the stress field near a crack normal to ceramic-metal interface”, J.

Mechanical Sci. and Technology   Improved energy efficiency in transportation systems can be achieved with multi-material lightweight structures; however, joining often requires the use of adhesive bonding and design efforts are challenged by the paucity of data required to represent adhesives in numerical models.

The data for three epoxy structural adhesives tested in tension and shear over a Cited by: 6. These methods have also been applied to adhesive joints, especially the FE method. This book deals with the most recent numerical modelling of adhesive joints. Advances in damage mechanics and extended finite element method are described in the context of the FE method with examples of by: Experimental and Numerical Analysis of Circular Tube Systems Under Quasi-Static and Dynamic Loading Edmund Morris, A.

Olabi, M. Hashmi, M. Gilchrist. 3D Mechanical Analysis of Axially Loaded Cfrp Confined Concrete Columns Youliang Chen, Ping Zheng, Jing Ni, Lequn Chang, Feng Yang. Book Edition: 1. After morphological characterization using micro computed tomography and quasi-static mechanical testing, the porous structures were tested under cyclic loading using five different stress ratios, i.e.

R =,andto determine their S-N curves. Feature tracking algorithms were used for full-field deformation measurements. Under quasi-static three-point and four-point bend flexural loading, the use of a low-density layer in a graded-density configuration reduced the likelihood of failure of the sandwich structure by a sudden force drop, when compared with the core configuration using a.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. JAI Outline of Testing and Evaluation Program Used in Selection of Adhesives for Transparent Adhesive Joints in All-Glass Load-Bearing Structures - 01 April JAI Potential of Dynamic-Mechanical Analysis Toward a Complementary Material and System Testing Approach for Structural Glazing - 01 April Vehicle structure and safety: design, simulation, optimization and tests.

The research group is specialized in the analysis, modeling, design, construction and subsequent experimental characterization of structures for motor vehicles under the double target of safety and lightweight. Lucas FM Silva, ‘Quasi-static testing of thick adherend shear test specimens’, in: ‘Best practices in preparing and testing adhesive joints’, Lucas FM Silva, David Dillard, Bamber Blackman.

Ahmad H, Crocombe AD, Smith PA () Failure modelling of woven GFRP bolted joints under quasi-static loading, ICCM International Conferences on Composite Materials A 2-D finite element model has been developed to simulate crack growth (net-tension and shear-out failures) in composite bolted joints.Composite laminate has extensive usage in the aerospace and automotive industries.

Thus delamination, one of its most prevalent and challenging failure modes, has attracted substantial research efforts, and lead to the rapid development of both simulation and experiment by: In all of these applications the adhesive bond must remain sufficiently strong and stiff over the year life of the rolling stock; the adhesive itself must also remain sufficiently flexible to allow joint deformation under impact loading.

In these respects British Rail have favoured two-part acrylics, at least for use with zinc-coated steels.