Structural Adhesive Joints - Most structures consist of a number of individual parts or components which must be connected to form a system with an integral load transmission line. Structural bonding is one of the most likely technologies for creating the most complex structural configurations involving advanced materials (eg composites) for load bearing applications.
Recently there has been a great deal of activity in leveraging nanotechnology (the use of nanomaterials) to improve existing structural adhesives or design better performing structural adhesives.
10 chapters by subject matter experts look at the following issues: surface preparation for SAJ structural adhesive joints, use of nanoparticles in improving SAJ performance, optimization of SAJ, durability aspects of SAJ, SAJ debonding, SAJ fracture mechanics, failure analysis of SAJ, damage behavior of SAJ assessed functionally, composite impact, shock and vibration characteristics for SAJ, delamination capture method in SAJ.
Author KL Mittal & S.K. Panigrahi - Language Wiley - Pages 342 - Publisher Wiley, 2020 - File Format PDF - ISBN: 978-1-119-73643-1 File Size 14 MB