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Article Dans Une Revue Journal of Adhesion Année : 2013

3D modeling of the elastic-plastic behavior of thin aeronautical adhesive films suited for a wide range of tensile/compression-shear loads

Romain Créac'Hcadec
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Jean-Yves Cognard
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Peter Davies
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Stéphane Mahdi
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Résumé

Adhesive bonding is an interesting structural assembling technique for weight saving in modern commercial aircraft, in which the use of composites materials is increasing. In order to meet both optimization and respect of safety conception constraints, the development of accurate numerical strategies is required. Thus, improvement in the experimental characterization and in the design of reliable numerical tools for bonded assemblies is necessary. This paper presents the characterization of the elastic-plastic behaviour of four aeronautical adhesive films, consisting of two epoxy-based resins supported by two types of carrier. The characterization over a wide range of monotonic proportional tensile-shear loads is performed using a modified Arcan test device designed to strongly limit the influence of edge effects. Moreover, to obtain an accurate definition of the initial elastic limit of the adhesives, further experimental tests have been performed using a pressure vessel especially designed to study the influence of the hydrostatic stress. Inverse identification techniques using finite element analysis have been used to identify the material parameters of an elastic-plastic model based on the experimental results (the load-displacement curves). Results underline the potential of such a model to represent the non-linear behaviour of ductile adhesives under tensile/compression-shear proportional monotonic loads.

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hal-00905295 , version 1 (18-11-2013)

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Julien Maurice, Romain Créac'Hcadec, Jean-Yves Cognard, Peter Davies, Georges Meirinhos, et al.. 3D modeling of the elastic-plastic behavior of thin aeronautical adhesive films suited for a wide range of tensile/compression-shear loads. Journal of Adhesion, 2013, 89 (9), pp.727-751. ⟨10.1080/00218464.2012.750580⟩. ⟨hal-00905295⟩
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