In this paper, a boundary element technique for modeling and analysis of adhesive bonded structural joints is presented. The formulation is developed in the framework of the anisotropic elasticity and attention is focused on the application to composite structural joints built with the splicing concept technique. To model and analyze composite bonded joints a multidomain implementation of the boundary element method has been used. It has been proven well suited and very effective for the characterization of the mechanical behavior of spliced joints, allowing the analysis of the high gradient stresses and strains near the splice lines as well as the prediction of the overall distribution of the interlaminar tractions. Numerical results show good agreement with analytical solution and finite element analyses.

Boundary element modeling and analysis of adhesive bonded structural joints

CAVALLINI, GIORGIO;
2006-01-01

Abstract

In this paper, a boundary element technique for modeling and analysis of adhesive bonded structural joints is presented. The formulation is developed in the framework of the anisotropic elasticity and attention is focused on the application to composite structural joints built with the splicing concept technique. To model and analyze composite bonded joints a multidomain implementation of the boundary element method has been used. It has been proven well suited and very effective for the characterization of the mechanical behavior of spliced joints, allowing the analysis of the high gradient stresses and strains near the splice lines as well as the prediction of the overall distribution of the interlaminar tractions. Numerical results show good agreement with analytical solution and finite element analyses.
Cavallini, Giorgio; Davi', G.; Milazzo, A.
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