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000232736 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1111/ffe.12647
000232736 02470 $$2ISI$$a000414566700019
000232736 037__ $$aARTICLE
000232736 245__ $$aFracture mechanics-based progressive damage modelling of adhesively bonded fibre-reinforced polymer joints
000232736 269__ $$a2017
000232736 260__ $$bWiley$$c2017$$aHoboken
000232736 300__ $$a11
000232736 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000232736 520__ $$aA quasi-static progressive damage model for prediction of the fracture behaviour and strength of adhesively bonded fibre-reinforced polymer joints is introduced in this paper. The model is based on the development of a mixed-mode failure criterion as a function of a master R-curve derived from the experimental results obtained from standard fracture mechanics joints. Consequently, the developed failure criterion is crack-length and mode-mixity dependent, and it takes into account the contribution of the fibre-bridging effect. Energy release rate values for adhesively bonded double-lap joints are obtained by using the virtual crack closure technique method in a finite element model, and the numerically obtained strain energy release rate is compared to the critical strain energy release rate given by the mixed-mode failure criterion. The entire procedure is implemented in a numerical algorithm, which was successfully used for predicting the strength and R-curve response of adhesively bonded double-lap structural joints made of pultruded glass fibre-reinforced polymers and epoxy adhesives.
000232736 6531_ $$acomposite joints
000232736 6531_ $$afracture failure criterion
000232736 6531_ $$amixed-mode fracture
000232736 6531_ $$anumerical modelling
000232736 700__ $$aCameselle-Molares, Aida
000232736 700__ $$0242001$$g187784$$aSarfaraz, Roohollah
000232736 700__ $$0242002$$g189944$$aShahverdi, Moslem
000232736 700__ $$g121845$$aKeller, Thomas$$0240002
000232736 700__ $$0241999$$g172705$$aVassilopoulos, Anastasios P.
000232736 773__ $$j40$$tFatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures$$k12$$q2183-2193
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000232736 937__ $$aEPFL-ARTICLE-232736
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