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Since experimental investigation of the creep behavior of the adhesively bonded joints are time consuming and expensive; hence, creep behavior of single lap bonded joints has been investigated using different analytical and finite element approaches [2, 11-14].
Weld Mount develops innovative adhesively bonded fasteners that provide cost savings and improved product quality to the marine, defense and transportation and assembly markets.
Wohl has also been involved with process identification and modification for surface preparation of adhesively bonded interfaces including both composite and metallic substrates.
Slight shifting of peaks is due to the adhesively attached Al2O3 with polyaniline polymer.
Standard test method for apparent shear strength of single-lap-joint adhesively bonded metal specimens by tension loading (metal-to-metal).
One in four car windshields is adhesively bonded using Sika products.
The technology consists of metamaterials, and can be adhesively applied on existing surfaces such as cockpit windows or windshields.
In recent years, a modified version of Arcan specimen has been made for the mixed-mode fracture test of adhesively bonded joints, which allows pure mode-I, pure mode-II, and almost any combination of mode-I and mode-II loading to be tested using the same test specimen configuration [11-14], However, the modified Arcan fixture also has some limitations including asymmetry in its structure that leads to an unwanted third mode in the experiments as well as limitations on the loading angle intervals [15, 16].
Post endodontic restorations with adhesively luted fiber reinforced composite post systems: A review.
When comparing the wear performance of different composites in this study, it seems that adhesively worn samples against Cr-steel showed highest wear rates and the CoFs at the end part of the test were mainly influenced by the copper matrix and did not depend so much on the type or amount of dispersed particles than in the beginning of wear.
Ebtehaj, "Coupled stress-diffusion analysis for durability study in adhesively bonded joints," International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, vol.