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    Adhesively Bonded Joints: Testing, Analysis, and Design

    Johnson WS
    Published: 1988

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    Twenty-one papers present the latest advances in the understanding of mechanical behavior of adhesives. Their focus is on aircraft and naval applications. The mechanical testing section discusses techniques and specimen designs for determining tensile, shear, and mixed-mode properties of adhesives. Papers on stress analysis consider both analytical and experimental methods to analyze the stress in an adhesively bonded joint. In the section on failure mechanisms examples are presented for several types of adherents and specimen geometries. The final section considers design and durability of bonded joints.

    Table of Contents



    Effect of Removing Eccentricity from Button Tensile Adhesion Tests

    An Examination of Mixed-Mode Debonding in the Blister Test

    A Uniform Pure Shear Testing Specimen for Adhesive Characterization

    Mechanical Behavior Assessment of Epoxy Adhesive in the Double-Lap Joint

    Determination and Verification of Elastic Parameters for Adhesives

    Chevron-Notched Specimens for Measuring Adhesive Fracture Toughness

    Development of Alternative Techniques for Measuring the Fracture Toughness of Rubber-to-Metal Bonds in Harsh Environments

    A Test Specimen with Constant Stress Intensity Factor

    Deformations and Strains in a Thick Adherend Lap Joint

    Factors Influencing Elastic Stresses in Double Cantilever Beam Specimens

    Special Mixed Finite Elements for Interfacial Stress Analysis of Adhesively Bonded Joints

    Determination of Stress Distribution in Double-Lap Joints, Matched Asymptotic Expansions and Conformal Mapping

    A Comparison of Pure Mode I and Mixed Mode I–III Cracking of an Adhesive Containing an Open Knit Cloth Carrier

    Application of Fracture Mechanics and Acoustic Emission to the Characterization of Adhesively Bonded Joints Tested in Mode I Opening

    Debonding Characteristics of Adhesively Bonded Woven Kevlar Composites

    Effect of Adhesive Debond on Stress-Intensity Factors in Bonded Composite Panels

    Static Strength of Bolted and Adhesively Bonded Joints for Steel Structures

    Understanding Effects of Adhesive Ductility and Bondline Geometry on Tube-and-Socket Joint Performance

    Stress Analysis Concepts for Adhesive Bonding of Aircraft Primary Structure

    Environmental Effects on Fracture of Adhesively Bonded Joints

    Environmental Durability of Adhesively Bonded Joints

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: D14

    DOI: 10.1520/STP981-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5051-5

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0993-3

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