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Prediction of the Torque Capacity for Tubular Adhesive Joints with Composite Adherends

복합재료 접착체를 가지는 튜브형 접합부의 토크전달능력 예측

  • 오제훈 (한양대학교 기계정보경영공학부)
  • Published : 2006.12.01

Abstract

Since the performance of joints usually determines the structural efficiency of composite structures, an extensive knowledge of the behavior of adhesive joints and the related effect on joint strength is essential for design purposes. In this study, the torque capacity of adhesive joints was predicted using the combined thermal and mechanical analyses when the adherend was a composite tube. A finite element analysis was performed to evaluate residual thermal stresses developed in the joint, and mechanical s stresses in the adhesive were calculated including both the nonlinear adhesive behavior and the behavior of composite tubes. Three different joint failure modes were considered to predict joint failure: interfacial failure, adhesive bulk failure, and adherend failure. The influence of the composite adherend stacking angle on the residual thermal stresses was investigated, and how the residual thermal stresses affect the joint strength was also discussed. Finally, the predicted results were compared with experimental results available in literature.

Keywords

Adhesive Joints;Composite Adherend;Residual Thermal Stress;Nonlinear Behavior of Adhesive;Laminated Composite Tube

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