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Testing, Analysis, and Design of Structural Adhesive Joints

  • Gene B. Portelli
Part of the Topics in Applied Chemistry book series (TAPP)

Abstract

Most structures require the joining of one or more similar or dissimilar materials in their fabrication. Conventional joining techniques have employed mechanical fasteners, such as screws, nails, bolts, and rivets. These joining techniques result in large stresses near the fastener, produced by nonuniform load distributions.

Keywords

Adhesive Bond Adhesive Joint Peel Test Peel Strength Joint Geometry 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Gene B. Portelli
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  1. 1.Industrial and Consumer Sector Research Laboratory3MSt. PaulUSA

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