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Adhesives: Mechanical Properties, Technologies and Economic by Dario Croccolo

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De Agostinis, G. Olmi and P. Mauri University of Bologna - DIN, Bologna, Italy ABSTRACT Press fitted and adhesively bonded joints give several advantages: among others, they lead to smaller constructions for a given load capacity, or to stronger constructions for a given size. For that reason, the static and fatigue strength properties of these joints have been studied extensively. Studies dealing with the influence of the Engagement Ratio (i. e. the coupling length over the coupling diameter) are still limited.

London, UK: The Royal Society of Chemistry. Crain Communications, I. (2013). Automotive news. , & Mauri, P. (2013). Influence of the assembly process on the shear strength of shaft–hub hybrid joints. International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, 44, 174–179. , & Vincenzi, N. (2010). Static and dynamic strength evaluation of interference fit and adhesively bonded cylindrical joints. International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, 30(5), 359–366. , & Vincenzi, N. (2011). Experimental Analysis of Static and Fatigue Strength Properties in Press-Fitted and Adhesively Bonded Steel–Aluminium Components.

Considering the long times of test (two or three days for each one), in order to obtain comparable data in a reasonable amount of time, it was decided to further increase the test loads of 15 %. The radial load was then fixed to 1173 Kg and the lateral one to 470 Kg. According to these new values, the speed of the test was fixed at 30 Km/h for safety purpose in the case of decoupling of disc and rim, and in order to reduce the wear of the tires. Two bonded and two welded wheels for the cases A, B and C were tested in these conditions.

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