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Giesen, Stefan (author)
Fatigue might be the governing limit state in marine structures mainly induced by the waves and wind. Therefore, using a lap joint for the shell plating to replicate the appearance of a riveted joint for a retro yacht is critical due to the limited fatigue resistance. For this joint type cracks initiated at the root, which should always be...
master thesis 2023
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Kotteman, Geerte (author)
Additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, is emerging as a technology for different applications made of steel. It is expected that in the coming years the construction industry will benefit from the free and lightweight forms that can be fabricated and the possible material savings. A few experimental results of 3D printed stainless steel...
master thesis 2020
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Gois De Freitas, João (author)
Adhesively bonded joints have proven to outperform their mechanically fastened joint counterparts, as they present a more structurally efficient method of load transfer, lower stress concentrations and better fatigue performance at reduced weight. In the specific case of the Adhesively Bonded Single Lap Joint (ABSLJ), bending-induced stresses...
master thesis 2019
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Kupski, J.A. (author), Teixeira De Freitas, S. (author), Zarouchas, D. (author), Camanho, P. P. (author), Benedictus, R. (author)
Single lap bonded joints with four different composite adherend stacking sequences were tested and numerically simulated. The aim was to evaluate the effect of the layups on the quasi-static tensile failure of the bonded joints. The study shows that increasing the adherends bending stiffness postpones the damage initiation in the joint....
journal article 2019
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Koning, Laetitia (author)
Rapid developments of both new (digital) fabrication techniques and innovative software facilitate the possibility to design, check and construct objects with great complexity and uniqueness without a large price tag. After new techniques slowly entered the field of architecture, the next step is to apply them in civil engineering to design load...
master thesis 2018
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de Zeeuw, Chantal (author)
This thesis takes an initial step in the research on the long term behaviour of composite-to-metal bonds that are loaded under hygrothermal conditions. It focuses on the response and behaviour of the adhesive in these bonds under moisture and loading. The thesis is inconclusive on the effect of loading on the water uptake. The load level and...
master thesis 2018
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Müller, R.P.G. (author)
doctoral thesis 1995
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de Jonge, J.B. (author), Bartelds, G. (author)
The problems of Ageing Aircraft are worldwide. Hence, actions to overcome or prevent these problems should be taken in international collaboration. The Federal Aviation Administration FAA and the Netherlands Civil Aviation Department RLD have signed a Memorandum of Cooperation in the area of structural integrity, with specific reference to...
report 1991
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Laméris, J. (author), Minderhoud, P. (author)
The mechanical behaviour of mechanically fastened double lap carbon-epoxy joints has been investigated both by experiments (static tests) and by analysis. Several fastener types and joint geometries has been investigated. In the experimental programme the Fibredux 6376/T400H material was used. Two methods to analyze mechanically fastened...
report 1989
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van der Linden, H.H. (author)
The report contains the description, results and conclusions of a fatigue test programme which assessed the fatigue lives of fastener systems using different joints. High load transfer single shear joints were evaluated in a core programme; secondary bending and load transfer were determined experimentally. About 750 specimens were fatigue...
report 1985
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Schijve, J. (author), Jacobs, F.A. (author)
Fatigue tests were carried out on Redux and FM 123/5 bonded specimens at various stress levels, temperatures (RT to 65 C) and low and high test frequencies. Observations were made on the type of failure (bond line failure or sheet failure) and the significance of the adhesive squeezeout for crack nucleation. An analysis of the data and a...
report 1984
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de Jonge, J.B. (author)
The report starts with a general review of the loading of transport aircraft fuselages and the consequent fuselage skin stresses Taking the F-28 fuselage as an example, the potential weight savings that can be obtained by using ARALL as skin material are assessed. The report ends with conclusions and recommendations
report 1982
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Kolkman, H.J. (author)
The effect of penetrant on the fatigue life of single shear riveted lap joints was investigated by flight simulation fatigue tests using the MINITWIST gust spectrum. The penetrant/material combination investigated was ARDROX 985 P3T and aluminium alloy 202U-T3 sheet material (both bare and clad) respectively. The effect of penetrant on the...
report 1982
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Bartelds, G. (author)
The applicability of finite element methods to the analysis of cracks was studied in three phases. In the first phase the available methods for the calculation of elastic stress intensity data for cracks of arbitrary shape using finite element techniques were evaluated. The indirect energy release method using virtual crack front variation was...
report 1979
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