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000109234 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1016/j.compositesb.2004.11.002
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000109234 245__ $$aAdhesively bonded lap joints from pultruded GFRP profiles. Part II: joint strength prediction
000109234 260__ $$c2005
000109234 269__ $$a2005
000109234 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000109234 520__ $$aA method to predict the strength of adhesively bonded  single and double lap joints from pultruded GFRP composite  adherends subjected to quasi-static axial tensile loading  is presented. The method is based on a quadratic through- thickness shear-tensile interaction failure criterion. The  failure criterion was deduced from measured combined  through-thickness tensile and shear strength values in the  outer fiber-mat layer of the adherends (locations of the  ultimate failure). The experimental strength values were  obtained from a new shear-tensile interaction device (STI- device), which allows the measurement of shear-tensile  interaction strength values. The predicted joint strengths  corresponded well to the measured joint strengths of  adhesively bonded single and double lap joints with  different geometrical configurations. The investigation  also showed that the material strength depended on the  expansion of the stressed surface. The resistance against  local stress peaks was much higher than the resistance  against large uniformly distributed stress blocks. The  application of the ultimate failure load prediction method  showed a small influence of the adhesive layer thickness on  the joint strength although the influence of the fillet  radius was seen to be much higher. A partial material  safety factor for the joint strength of 1.34 was  determined. [All rights reserved Elsevier]
000109234 6531_ $$aAdhesive bonding
000109234 6531_ $$aFilled polymers
000109234 6531_ $$aGlass fibre reinforced plastics
000109234 6531_ $$aMechanical testin
000109234 6531_ $$aShear strength
000109234 6531_ $$aStress analysis
000109234 6531_ $$aTensile strength
000109234 700__ $$0240002$$aKeller, T.$$g121845
000109234 700__ $$0240889$$aVallée, T.$$g140184
000109234 773__ $$j36$$k4$$q341-350$$tComposites Part B
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000109234 937__ $$aCCLAB-ARTICLE-2005-006
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000109234 980__ $$aARTICLE