Publication detail

Experimental Verification of the Shear Load-Carrying Capacity of Adhesively Bonded Joints

ŠTRBA, M. KARMAZÍNOVÁ, M.

Original Title

Experimental Verification of the Shear Load-Carrying Capacity of Adhesively Bonded Joints

English Title

Experimental Verification of the Shear Load-Carrying Capacity of Adhesively Bonded Joints

Type

journal article in Scopus

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper is focused on the description of particular results in case of loading tests of the adhesively bonded joints of glass-fibre reinforced plastic composite members subjected to a shear force. It describes the determination of their characteristic and design values of load-carrying capacity according to “Design assisted by testing” method given by Eurocode, as well as their actual behaviour through the modes of failure. The results have been obtained and evaluated on the basis of group of loading tests divided into five series of specimens with a slightly different geometric configuration as a part of the solution of the research project focused on the use of FRP composite members and their advantages in construction of civil engineering. All the performed experiments have been subsequently taken as a pilot tests for the verification of numeric models of the designed connection details.

English abstract

This paper is focused on the description of particular results in case of loading tests of the adhesively bonded joints of glass-fibre reinforced plastic composite members subjected to a shear force. It describes the determination of their characteristic and design values of load-carrying capacity according to “Design assisted by testing” method given by Eurocode, as well as their actual behaviour through the modes of failure. The results have been obtained and evaluated on the basis of group of loading tests divided into five series of specimens with a slightly different geometric configuration as a part of the solution of the research project focused on the use of FRP composite members and their advantages in construction of civil engineering. All the performed experiments have been subsequently taken as a pilot tests for the verification of numeric models of the designed connection details.

Keywords

composite members, adhesively bonded joints, loading tests, shear resistance, failure modes, load-carrying capacity determination, design assisted by testing

Released

21.02.2017

Publisher

World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society

ISBN

1991-8747

Periodical

WSEAS TRANSACTIONS ON APPLIED AND THEORETICAL MECHANICS

Year of study

12

Number

2017

State

FR

Pages from

11

Pages to

16

Pages count

6

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT133523,
  author="Michal {Štrba} and Marcela {Karmazínová}",
  title="Experimental Verification of the Shear Load-Carrying Capacity of Adhesively Bonded Joints",
  annote="This paper is focused on the description of particular results in case of loading tests of the adhesively bonded joints of glass-fibre reinforced plastic composite members subjected to a shear force. It describes the determination of their characteristic and design values of load-carrying capacity according to “Design assisted by testing” method given by Eurocode, as well as their actual behaviour through the modes of failure. The results have been obtained and evaluated on the basis of group of loading tests divided into five series of specimens with a slightly different geometric configuration as a part of the solution of the research project focused on the use of FRP composite members and their advantages in construction of civil engineering. All the performed experiments have been subsequently taken as a pilot tests for the verification of numeric models of the designed connection details.",
  address="World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society",
  chapter="133523",
  institution="World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society",
  number="2017",
  volume="12",
  year="2017",
  month="february",
  pages="11--16",
  publisher="World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society",
  type="journal article in Scopus"
}