Interfacial toughness and interfacial strength, as two critical parameters in an interfacial traction-separation law, have important effect on the fracture behaviors of bonded joints. In this work, the global and local tests are employed to investigate the effect of adhesive thickness on interfacial energy release rate, interfacial strength, and shapes of the interfacial traction-separation laws. Basically, the measured laws in this work reflect the equivalent and lumped interfacial fracture behaviors which include the cohesive fracture, damage and plasticity. The experimentally determined interfacial traction-separation laws may provide valuable baseline data for the parameter calibrations in numerical models. The current experimental results may also facilitate the understanding of adhesive thickness-dependent interface fracture of bonded joints.
Effects of Adhesive Thickness on Global and Local Mixed Mode I/II Interfacial Fracture of Bonded Steel Joints
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Ji, G, Ouyang, Z, Li, G, Xu, W, Jerro, D, & Pang, S. "Effects of Adhesive Thickness on Global and Local Mixed Mode I/II Interfacial Fracture of Bonded Steel Joints." Proceedings of the ASME 2011 Pressure Vessels and Piping Conference. Volume 3: Design and Analysis. Baltimore, Maryland, USA. July 17–21, 2011. pp. 21-29. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/PVP2011-58084
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