Mixed-mode Fracture Analysis of a Structural Adhesive by Contour Integral Concepts

Adhesive joint substance prognosis mainly relies on the Finite Element Method (FEM), accompanying supremacy to the united district displaying (CZM) approach due to superior predicting capacities. This work aims to justify the request of FEM-CZM to the analysis of sole-stage

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Experimental and Numerical Study on Single-lap Bonded Joints by the Extended Finite Element Method

The eXtended Finite Element Method (XFEM) is an original technique in view of the Finite Element Method (FEM). Due to the capacity to incorporate break development inside strong components, the XFEM is especially appropriate to displaying break spread. The current

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Use of Advanced Numerical Methods for the Strength Prediction of Peel-dominated Bonded Joints

The use of adhesive bonding on composite structures necessitates the use of trustworthy design tools to precisely analyse the behaviour of the joints. The eXtended Finite Element Approach (XFEM) is a novel method for forecasting the fracture behaviour of joined'

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