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Optimal Selection for Dissimilar Materials using Adhesive Bonding and Mechanical Joining

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posted on 17.01.2021, 23:18 by MKG Abbas, N Sakundarini, Ing Kong
© Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd. In the present study, an investigation of double lap joints using two different joining methods was carried out. Carbon fiber and glass fiber reinforced materials were the composite materials that joined with the conventional steel and aluminium. Adhesive bonding joint and a combination of adhesive and mechanical fastener joints were used as a joining approach. It is found that adhesive bonding joint provided a better performance compared to the hybrid joint, where the holes created in the specimens for inserting mechanical fasteners caused a lower strength. It is observed that the adhesive joining of the glass fiber and steel obtained a maximum load of 35.5 KN, which is the highest strength among all other combinations examined in this study, while the similar combination joined using adhesive bonding and mechanical fastener showed a maximum load less than the adhesive joining by 21.4 %.

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Publication Date

01/01/2019

Proceedings

Proceedings of 1st International Postgraduate Conference on Mechanical Engineering (IPCME2018)

Publisher

IOP Publishing

Place of publication

United Kingdom

Series

IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering

Volume

469

Issue

1

Pagination

7p.

ISSN

1757-8981

Name of conference

International Postgraduate Conference on Mechanical Engineering (IPCME)

Location

Pahang, Malaysia

Starting Date

31/10/2018

Finshing Date

31/10/2018

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