The fatigue damaged occurs on the adherend surface for adhesive joint and adherend crack for hybrid adhesive joint. Results showed an increment of fatigue life with shear stress reduction. Hafizan et al. Request Permissions. The Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, p.
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Hybrid Adhesive Joints
Quadir, K. Basaruddin, H. Idrus, M. Abdul Majid, M. Afendi, S. Khan and N. Online since:. August Cited by. Related Articles. Shortage of this cold-formed mechanical fastening can be removed by hybrid joining involving clinching and adhesion techniques.
It is a modern and innovative technology allowing connection of different types of materials to create durable and reliable light constructions. However, its practical implementation is still very limited. Aspects associated with the automotive, aeronautical and aerospace industries which could benefit from this technique are described in this chapter. The application of clinching together with adhesive joining leads to an improvement in comparison to a simple joint : of the quality, rigidity and the load capacity, dumping of noise and vibration, pressure tightness and corrosion protection.
This entails a significant increase of: long-term static strength; the amplitude of force under fatigue test; the energy required to the rupture of the hybrid joint under static, dynamic and impact loading. This chapter aims to describe the basic technological aspect of the creation of clinch—adhesive joints and different types of joining.
Basic parameters that need to be taken into account in the designing process are also presented. A comparison of experimental testing of the hybrid joint with simple clinching for a combination of different joining materials underlines the advantages of the application of hybrid joints.
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The formulated conclusions can be useful for the application of this new fastening technology in practice. This chapter addresses bolt-adhesive joints to transfer both loads and moments. All our examples are taken from maritime applications. Experience has shown that bolt-adhesive joints in the maritime industry are not designed for hybrid action where one joining method improves the performance of the other. Rather they are used in a fail-safe-mode where one joining method takes over should the other fail.
The sandwich is composed of two steel faces and a lightweight concrete core. This chapter addresses the fundamental properties of hybrid friction—adhesive joints which combine any form of mechanical tightening stimulus for friction forces with anaerobic adhesives. By filling the voids around the microareas of true metal-to-metal contact between the mating parts, anaerobic adhesives allow the full area involved by the engagement to be usefully exploited. Advantages ranging from sealing action, fretting suppression, noise reduction and enhanced strength derive from this combination.
The focus of the chapter is on predicting the mechanical strength of these joints. The literature covering the static and the fatigue strength is reviewed showing that proper choice of the adhesive can increase the overall strength of the joint well above the strength of the purely mechanical joint based on friction only. Simple equations are also provided for the strength calculation of practical engineering assemblies.
Adhesives can sometimes replace, but in most of the cases improve the properties of classical joining techniques. Two examples are presented in this chapter: the use of chemical threadlockers which can reliably protect bolted joints against loosening under all operational conditions. Additionally they offer sealing and corrosion protective forces.
Fatigue Performance of Hybrid Adhesive Dissimilar Joint
In case of cylindrical joints, where loads have to be transmitted, the use of adhesives can give considerable advantage in strength under static and dynamic loading conditions over classical shrink- or press-fits and allows for technical and economical optimisation of the application. This chapter provides practical information to handle aspects of design, production and operation. Adhesively bonded joints are an effective means of connecting components, particularly in cases where the adherends are thin and dissimilar to one another, providing joining solutions in numerous automotive, aerospace, marine and increasingly civil infrastructural applications.
Indeed, in many cases the bonded joint capacity is often limited by the strength of the adherends, either from yielding or through-thickness failure, e. The mixed-adhesive technique has been proposed as a means of tailoring the bondline stiffness typically by placing at least two adhesives with contrasting stiffness in the bondline to improve the joint capacity, i. Aspects associated with the automotive, aeronautical and aerospace industries that could benefit from this technique are described. There are basically two types of problems that the mixed-adhesive technique can solve. The first is related to improvements of joint strength in relation to joints with stiff and brittle adhesives.
The second is to extend the temperature range of adhesive joints. Results that illustrate the potentiality of this technique in terms of these two aspects are presented.
Simple and elaborated predictive analytical models are described and practical manufacture solutions are proposed to ease the implementation of this technique in practice. Title Hybrid Adhesive Joints. Publisher Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Print ISBN Electronic ISBN Editors: Lucas F.