Study of deformations evolution in near-surface layers of adhesive joints

Artem Ustinov, Dmitry Kopanitsa, Yuri Abzaev, Anatoly Klopotov, Bogdan Koshko, Georgy Kopanitsa

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This paper presents the study of the evolution in situ of distribution of local deformations in near-surface layers in pads made of carbon lamellas under strain deformation. The specimens were produced from two face-to-face docked steel pads 120×40×4 mm and two carbon lamellas FibARM Lamel 120×40×1,2 mm joint using the adhesion 'FibARM Resin Laminate+". The strain tests were performed using the "INSTRON 3386" test bed with a maximum tension of 100 N (10,19 ts). Optical measurement system VIC-3D was used to identify the evolution of deformations distribution in the near-surface layers. The VIC-3D system allowed obtaining the images that reflect the evolution of distribution of relative deformations iso-fields under different loads. In situ experimental research was conducted focused on strain deformations in specimens made of a layered composite: metal/adhesive/carbon lamella. A crack in the specimen was modeled, which allowed determining that with a growth of the overall deformation there develops an evolution of special structural elements from chaotic (along the whole lamella area) to localized ones with higher deformation values in the crack region. It was established that at higher levels of overall deformation in the crack region on the carbon lamella surface, the maximum deformation region with one extremum is divided by a narrow line of low deformation into two parts along the joint of steel plates. A limit deformation is identified.

Original languageEnglish
Article number040007
JournalAIP Conference Proceedings
Volume1800
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 10 Jan 2017
Event3rd International Young Researchers Conference on Youth, Science, Solutions: Ideas and Prospects, YSSIP 2016 - Tomsk, Russian Federation
Duration: 22 Nov 201625 Nov 2016

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Study of deformations evolution in near-surface layers of adhesive joints. / Ustinov, Artem; Kopanitsa, Dmitry; Abzaev, Yuri; Klopotov, Anatoly; Koshko, Bogdan; Kopanitsa, Georgy.

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Ustinov, Artem ; Kopanitsa, Dmitry ; Abzaev, Yuri ; Klopotov, Anatoly ; Koshko, Bogdan ; Kopanitsa, Georgy. / Study of deformations evolution in near-surface layers of adhesive joints. In: AIP Conference Proceedings. 2017 ; Vol. 1800.
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