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Fatigue research on bonded carbon fibre composite-metal joints

M. A. Smith

Fatigue research on bonded carbon fibre composite-metal joints

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Published by Procurement Executive, Ministry of Defence in Farnborough .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby M.A. Smith (and) R. Hardy.
SeriesRoyal Aircraft Establishment. Technical report -- 77072
ContributionsHardy, R., Great Britain. Ministry of Defence. Procurement Executive., Royal Aircraft Establishment (Great Britain)
The Physical Object
Pagination28 p.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19272694M

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L.F.M. da Silva, R.D.S.G. Campilho, in Fatigue and Fracture of Adhesively-Bonded Composite Joints, Introduction. Adhesively-bonded joints provide several benefits, such as more uniform stress distribution than conventional techniques such as fastening or riveting, high fatigue resistance and the possibility of joining different materials (da Silva, Öchsner, & Adams, ).

In order to investigate the fatigue failure criterion of adhesively bonded CFRP/metal joints under multiaxial stress conditions, a series of fatigue tests was carried out on three kinds of Author: Georges Romanos.

Franco et al. [] studied the influence of the distance between rivets in self-piercing riveting bonded joints made of aluminium blanks and carbon fibre panels. These joints were subjected to. Previous research on the fatigue performance of adhesive bonding between carbon fibre-reinforced polymer (CFRP) plates and steel substrates Hollaway and Head () indicated that unidirectional continuous fibre composites, which essentially behave linearly up to failure when loaded parallel to the longitudinal fibres, generally have good Cited by: 1.

Experimental Study of Mode II Fracture of Hybrid Composite and Metal-Wire Joints Y. W., Schultz, W. A., Loup, D.

C., and Rasmussen, E. (February 9, ). "Experimental Study of Mode II Fracture of Hybrid Composite and Metal-Wire Joints." ASME. Pressure The Performance of Aluminum to Carbon Fibre Composite Bonded Joints in Cited by: 2. Office of Research and. Technology Development.

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Services (NTIS), Springfield, Virginia File Size: 2MB. met in the design of fibre-reinforced laminated composite structures. These applications include failure criteria, plate vibration and buckling, analysis of bonded joints, and stress concentrations, in addition to the calculation of basic stiffnesses and stresses, and built-in thermal Size: KB.

The aim of the present article is to compare the strength of the adhesive lap joints of the selected materials used in aviation. The joints were made in the similar and dissimilar systems with the use of three epoxy adhesives.

Three different adherends were used: the EN AW aluminium alloy, the aramid-epoxy composite and the carbon-epoxy : Anna Rudawska. Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary MTA-BME Lendület Composite Metal Foams Research Group, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary.

Adhesive bonding is a process of joining materials with the aid of a substance able to hold those materials together by surface attachment. The forces that enable the surface attachment are a combination of substantial secondary (and, occasionally, primary) chemical bonding, often the result of some chemical reaction, and, at least for rough-surfaced or porous adherends, some mechanical Cited by: 2.

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The increasing utilization of carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) in the aeronautical industry calls for a structural health monitoring (SHM) system for adhesively bonded CFRP joints.

Optical glass fiber with inscribed fiber Bragg gratings (FBGs) is a promising technology for a SHM system. This paper investigates the intrusive effect of embedding optical glass fibers carrying FBGs on Author: Neele Grundmann, Hauke Brüning, Konstantinos Tserpes, Tim Strohbach, Bernd Mayer.

Capell TF, Palaniappan J, Ogin SL, Crocombe AD, Reed GT, Thorne AM, Mohanty L, Tjin SC () The use of an embedded chirped fibre Bragg grating sensor to monitor disbond initiation and growth in adhesively bonded composite/metal single lap joints, JOURNAL OF OPTICS A-PURE AND APPLIED OPTICS 9 (6) pp.

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Liu J, Liu H, Kaboglu C, Kong X, Ding Y, Chai H, Blackman B, Kinloch T, Dear J et al.,The Impact Performance of Woven-Fabric Thermoplastic and Thermoset Composites Subjected to High-Velocity Soft- and Hard-Impact Loading, Applied Composite Materials, Vol: 26, Pages:ISSN: X The present paper investigates the impact performance of woven-fabric carbon-fibre.

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J Hal Stephens, Miller Freeman Technical (), ISBN A bonded anchorage was investigated where a CFRP tendon was potted in a steel tube using an epoxy adhesive.

Experimental creep tests on single lap joints and fatigue tests on anchorages, both with different adhesive thickness, were undertaken with failure occurring in the bond, close to the CFRP interface in cases.

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Another challange which is faced while using bi-material systems like Ti-Carbon joints is that the thermal expansion coefficients are different for both materials. It is known that the mismatch between the coefficient of expansion of the substrates makes adhesively bonded metal/composite laminates highly susceptible to environmental degradation.

AbstractThe purpose of this paper is to investigate the mechanisms of cracking and failure in fiber metal laminates (FMLs) subjected to 3-point bending. Two types of laminates, based on the glass/epoxy and carbon/epoxy composites, were selected for the study.

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