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Finite-thickness cohesive elements for modeling thick adhesives

A new cohesive element formulation is proposed for modeling the initial elastic response, softening, and failure of finite-thickness adhesives. By decoupling the penalty stiffness of the cohesive zone model formulation and the physical adhesive modulus, the new formulation ensures proper dissipation of fracture energy for opening and shear loading modes and mixed-mode loading conditions with any combination of elastic and fracture material properties. Predictions are made using the new element formulation for double cantilever beam, end-notched flexure, mixed-mode bending and single lap joint specimens with varying adhesive thicknesses. Good correlation between all predictions and experimental results was observed

The first author would like to acknowledge the FPU program grant AP2010-0977 from the Spanish Ministerio de Educaci贸n, Cultura y Deporte. The authors also acknowledge the support of the Spanish government through the Ministerio de Econom铆a y Competitividad under the contracts DPI2012-34465 and TRA2015-71491-R

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Manager: Ministerio de Econom铆a y Competitividad (Espanya)
Author: Sarrado Molina, Carlos
Leone, Frank A.
Turon Travesa, Albert
Abstract: A new cohesive element formulation is proposed for modeling the initial elastic response, softening, and failure of finite-thickness adhesives. By decoupling the penalty stiffness of the cohesive zone model formulation and the physical adhesive modulus, the new formulation ensures proper dissipation of fracture energy for opening and shear loading modes and mixed-mode loading conditions with any combination of elastic and fracture material properties. Predictions are made using the new element formulation for double cantilever beam, end-notched flexure, mixed-mode bending and single lap joint specimens with varying adhesive thicknesses. Good correlation between all predictions and experimental results was observed
The first author would like to acknowledge the FPU program grant AP2010-0977 from the Spanish Ministerio de Educaci贸n, Cultura y Deporte. The authors also acknowledge the support of the Spanish government through the Ministerio de Econom铆a y Competitividad under the contracts DPI2012-34465 and TRA2015-71491-R
Document access: http://hdl.handle.net/2072/298083
Language: eng
Publisher: Elsevier
Rights: Tots els drets reservats
Subject: Adhesius
Adhesives
Mec脿nica de fractura
Fracture mechanics
Title: Finite-thickness cohesive elements for modeling thick adhesives
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Repository: Recercat

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