Finite element analysis of adhesively bonded composite joints subjected to impact loadings

Finite element analysis of adhesively bonded composite joints subjected to impact loadings 1 Introduction</h5> Adhesive bonding offers many advantages to mechanical joints such as low weight, cost and the ability to join dissimilar materials. It does not cause distortion or weld worms. For this reason, many works have dealt with this subject in the literature. Different aspects were considered such as static, dynamic and impact loadings. Stepped-lap joints under tensile impact were analyzed by Sawa and Ichikawa [1] and showed that peak stress increases with the increase of adherends young’s modulus. Mechanism of damage formation in glass-epoxy composite joints under transverse impact was analyzed by Kim et al. [2] . Vaidya et al. [3] found that peak stress for bidirectional composite joint under transverse impact is 10 times higher than under in-plane quasi-static loading. Carlberger and Stigh [4] analyzed impact fracture in aluminum joints under tensile impact and showed that an increase of the strain rate can be achieved in the adhesive layer. Bonded cylinders under shear impact loading were modeled by Sawa et al. [5] to verify experimental split Hokinson pressure bars (SHPB) tests. Silberschmidt et al. [6] studied the effect of impact fatigue on the crack growth of bonded joints. High velocity transverse impact on composite joints was http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives Elsevier

Finite element analysis of adhesively bonded composite joints subjected to impact loadings

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Elsevier
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Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Ltd
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0143-7496
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10.1016/j.ijadhadh.2014.07.012
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1 Introduction</h5> Adhesive bonding offers many advantages to mechanical joints such as low weight, cost and the ability to join dissimilar materials. It does not cause distortion or weld worms. For this reason, many works have dealt with this subject in the literature. Different aspects were considered such as static, dynamic and impact loadings. Stepped-lap joints under tensile impact were analyzed by Sawa and Ichikawa [1] and showed that peak stress increases with the increase of adherends young’s modulus. Mechanism of damage formation in glass-epoxy composite joints under transverse impact was analyzed by Kim et al. [2] . Vaidya et al. [3] found that peak stress for bidirectional composite joint under transverse impact is 10 times higher than under in-plane quasi-static loading. Carlberger and Stigh [4] analyzed impact fracture in aluminum joints under tensile impact and showed that an increase of the strain rate can be achieved in the adhesive layer. Bonded cylinders under shear impact loading were modeled by Sawa et al. [5] to verify experimental split Hokinson pressure bars (SHPB) tests. Silberschmidt et al. [6] studied the effect of impact fatigue on the crack growth of bonded joints. High velocity transverse impact on composite joints was

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International Journal of Adhesion and AdhesivesElsevier

Published: Jan 1, 2015

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