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The paper deals with material parameters identification of a flexible adhesive and the numerical simulation of its behaviour in a single lap bonded joint. The material modelling was based on the simple shear and tensile-shear laboratory tests of the bonded joints made of thin aluminium and polyurethane plates with the flexible adhesive Terostat MS 9360 manufactured by Henkel AG & Co. The adhesive was considered as a hyperelastic...
Monitoring of crosslinking of a DGEBA-PAMAM adhesive in composite/aluminium bonded joint using mechanical and ultra-sound techniquesPublication
Adhesive cure is an important and determining aspect of strength and stability of bonded structures. Crosslinking of the polymer leads to the adhesive strength, stiffness and durability. Depending on the resin and curing agent used, cure time can vary from minutes to weeks, even then 100% crosslinking not being guaranteed. Standard methods based on dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) or calorimetric techniques (DSC, DTA) are valuable...
The effect of adhesive compliance on the deflection of a loaded, bonded beam was studied using laser profilometry. Experimental data obtained were compared with both Euler-Bernoulli (encastré) and Winkler (one parameter elastic foundation) models. A third, analytical, 2D model, based on shear within the adhesive layer (two parameter elastic foundation), was introduced. Finite element analysis (FEA) was also used to study the effect...
The wedge test and the related double cantilever beam test are practical methods of assessing structural adhesive fracture energy. In the former, and to a lesser extent the latter, a recognised problem is the difficulty of following the length of the growing crack, required to calculate fracture energy with any accuracy. We present a novel method of measurement of crack length that has the advantages of being accurate and allowing...
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