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Linear numerical stress analysis of a symmetric adhesive-bonded lap joint

K. P. Kou

Linear numerical stress analysis of a symmetric adhesive-bonded lap joint

by K. P. Kou

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


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StatementK.P. Kou ; supervised by F.M. Burdekin.
ContributionsBurdekin, F. M., Civil and Structural Engineering.
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Open LibraryOL21238561M

halves of the joint in both bending deflection analysis and adhesive stress analysis. There exist a good correlation in the edge moment factor k between the Oplinger predictions and those of Goland and Reissner. The edge moment factor is an important parameter that controls adhesive stresses in single lap . stress as megapascals (or pounds-force per square inch) of shear area. It should be noted that while the results are given in terms of the average shear stress, the maximum shear stress may be far from this average and the cleavage stresses in the joint File Size: KB.

A bonded-coupler joint is illustrated in Figure 1(a).The joint consists of two inner tubes (adherend part 1), a coupler of length 2 L (or adherend part 2), and an adhesive layer. The cylindrical coordinates x θ r depicted in Figure 2 are used to describe the joint geometry. Because of symmetry about the cross-sectional plane in the middle, only half of the coupler joint Cited by: 1. This paper deals with the analytical and experimental vibration analysis of the single lap adhesive joint with non-uniform adhesive thickness. In the theoretical part, an analytical modal is described and a motion equation is built. A joint Author: Wei Dong Li, Jin Xiang Gu, Ping Hu, Kun Yue Wu.

stress(and(stress(distribution(in(the(single(lap(joint.(This(effect decreases(the(stress(peak(and(provides(a(more(uniform(shear hat,Belhouari et#al.(() showed(a(comparison(between(single(and(double(lap(joint. The shear strength of the joint was determined from the maximum transmitted load, assuming the load was transferred predominantly as shear load through the adhesive-bonded joint. The shear strength of a lap joint .


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Linear numerical stress analysis of a symmetric adhesive-bonded lap joint by K. P. Kou Download PDF EPUB FB2

Non-linear numerical stress analysis of a symmetric adhesive- bonded lap joint P. Czarnocki and K. Piekarski (University of Waterloo, Canada) A numerical analysis has been performed on symmetric lap Cited by: Stress Analysis of Adhesive-Bonded Lap Joints Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Strain Analysis for Engineering Design 9(3) July with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Czarnocki, K. PierkaskiNon-linear numerical stress analysis of a symmetric adhesive bonded lap joint. Int J Adhes Adhes, 6 (3) (), pp.

Google Scholar. Edlund, A. KlarbringA geometrically non-linear model of the adhesive joint problem and its numerical Cited by: The use of adhesively bonded joints in place of traditional joining techniques such as bolted or rivet joints is becoming greatly popular in recent years.

Interfacial stress in the adhesive is critical to the strength Author: Shiuh-Chuan Her, Cheng-Feng Chan. A closed-form stress analysis of an adhesive bonded lap joint subjected to spatially varying in-plane shear loading is presented. The solution, while similar to Volkersen’s treatment of tension loaded lap joints, is inherently two-dimensional, and in general predicts a multi-component adhesive shear stress File Size: KB.

Stress Analysis of Adhesive Bonded Tubular Lap Joints Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Adhesion 9(1) January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. A numerical modeling was performed by finite-element analysis to determine the adhesive stress distribution and stress concentrations in the lap-joint side.

Data Reduction to Obtain Fracture Cited by: 7. Czarnocki and K. Piekarski, Non-linear numerical stress analysis of a symmetric adhesive bonded lap shear joint, Int.

of Adhesion and Adhesives, 3, () pp. - CrossRef Google Cited by: 2. In this paper, finite element analysis method has been used to study the temperature distribution of the adhesively bonded single lap joint whose outer surfaces are assumed to be subject to air flows with Author: Ning Zhao, Leilei Cao, Hui Guo, Qingjian Jia, Jianjing Dai.

A general two-dimensional (2D) theoretical approach capable of providing an explicit closed-form solution is developed for the calculation of elastic stresses in single-lap adhesive bonded joints, assuming linear distribution of a longitudinal normal stress in the joint thickness direction.

By treating the adhesive layer in the same way as the adherends, the two-dimensional stress Cited by: A closed-form stress analysis of an adhesive-bonded lap joint subjected to spatially varying in-plane shear loading is presented.

The solution, while similar to Volkersen’s treatment of tension-loaded lap joints, is inherently two-dimensional and, in general, predicts a multicomponent adhesive shear stress. Analysis of adhesive-bonded single-lap joint with an interfacial crack and a void Alireza Chadegani, FEM to investigate the effect of a void on the stress distribution in an adhesive-bonded double-lap joint.

Here we use the first-order shear deformation theory (FSDT) to linear. Afkar, A. Paykani Properties of Adhesive on Stress Analysis in Adhesively Bonded Aluminum Single Lap Joint Fig. 3 The single lap joint model [16] Regarding the stress concentration on the sides of the adhesive areas and the possibility of yielding and for the purpose of achieving higher accuracy of the analysis Cited by: 2.

material. The numerical calculation will be done for the experimental analysis. Computational analysis will be comprises of stress, buckling and vibrational analysis. Result of experimental analysis will be validating with computational analysis. Keywords – Adhesive bonded joint, buckling analysis, finite element analysis, stress.

In this paper, a fuzzy nite element stress anal-ysis of an adhesive-bonded single lap joint is car-ried out. For the analysis, a new fuzzy strain-stress matrix is de ned. The mechanical properties, i.e. Young’s moduli and Poisson’s ratios, of the joint.

assumption. Panigrahi and Pradhan [9] studied a single lap joint with the adherends made of especially orthotropic laminates for the evaluation of the tri-axial stress field using finite element analysis and proved the necessity of three-dimensional stress analysis of single lap joint. practice, the single-lap joint (SLJ).

In this analysis, the adhesive is considered to deform only in shear and the adherends to be rigid. The adhesive shear stress (τ) is constant over the overlap length, as shown in Figure 1, and is given by: P bl τ= (1) where P is the applied load, b is the joint File Size: KB.

Alireza Chadegani and Romesh C. Batra, Analysis of adhesive-bonded single-lap joint with an interfacial crack and a void, International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, 31, 6, (), (). Cited by: non-linear analysis of adhesively bonded lap joints is presented using both linear and non linear material properties of the adhesive.

The numerical results show beneficial effects of material non linear behaviour of the adhesive which decrease the stress concentration at the ends of the lap. The numerical analysis was performed using non-linear geometrical considerations [40,41], with adherend and adhesive properties taken from the results of the characterisation tests detailed in Section The geometry, mesh details and boundary conditions of the single lap joint model are depicted in Figure 3.

The joint Cited by: 1. develop an analytical model to determine the stress distribution within an adhesive-bonded single-lap composite joint and to use the model to analyze and predict the joint strength.

The earlier studies on adhesive-bonded File Size: KB.A practical finite element approach has been developed to model the adhesive in a bonded joint. Numerical examples have shown good agreement with classical solutions.

The method uses a gap .A two-dimensional adhesively bonded dissimilar single lap joint model was analyzed under tension.

An explicit closed-form solution was formulated by using MATLAB tool for analysis of shear and peel Author: Nur Athirah, A.R. Abdullah, M.

Afendi, M.S. Abdul Majid, Ruslizam Daud, Haftirman Idrus.