Experimental and numerical study of adhesively bonded\textpm55° filament wound tubular specimens under uniaxial tensile loading

Abstract : This work denotes an insight into an experimental and numerical investigation of adhesively bonded tubular specimens. A series of tensile tests have been conducted on joined E glass reinforced thermoset resins to study the effect of the resin nature on mechanical behaviour. It has been proved through experimental outcomes that E glass/Vinylester 411 resin tube presents the best tensile properties in comparison with others resins. Therefore, the mechanical behaviour of this specimen has been investigated under uniaxial loading. The damage mechanisms resulting from this experimental test have been identified by means of the X-ray tomography and scanning electron microscope. A numerical model has been undertaken in order to predict the mechanical behaviour and the damage propagation of adhesively bonded tubular specimens. It has been proved that experimental and numerical results are in perfect agreement.
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Sonia Braiek, Redouane Zitoune, Ated Ben Khalifa, Mondher Zidi. Experimental and numerical study of adhesively bonded\textpm55° filament wound tubular specimens under uniaxial tensile loading. Composite Structures, Elsevier, 2017, 172, pp.297--310. ⟨hal-01950752⟩

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