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Author(s): M. F. S. F. de Moura
F. J. P. Chaves
L. F. M. da Silva
D. Dillard
Title: Design and Development of an Adhesive Joint Testing Apparatus for Mixed-Mode Evaluation
Issue Date: 2013-09-04
Abstract: The present work is dedicated to the development and design of a load jig inspired in theproposed solution by Fernlund and Spelt in order to characterize fracture of bonded joints undermixed-mode I+II loading. The jig allows for easy alteration of the mode-mixity and permits coveringthe full range of mixed-mode I+II combinations. A data reduction scheme based on specimencompliance, beam theory and crack equivalent concept is proposed to overcome several difficultiesinherent to the test analysis. The development was based in a design methodology using numericalvalidation based on experimental data obtained with a Dual Loading Frame from Virginia Tech. Thismethodology is presented and then validated with the experimental application of the jig.
Source: 3rd International Conference on Integration of Design, Engineering and Management for Innovation, IDEMI 2013
Document Type: Artigo em Livro de Atas de Conferência Internacional
Rights: openAccess
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