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Embedded adhesive connection for laminated glass plates

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  • The Structural Behavior Of A New Connection Design
  • The Embedded Adhesive Connection
  • Used For Laminated Glass Plates Is Investigated
  • The Connection Consists Of An Aluminum Plate Encapsulated In-Between Two Adjacent Triple Layered Lam
  • Fastening Between Glass And Aluminum Is Ensured Using A Structural Adhesive
  • At First
  • The Elastic And Viscoelastic Material Properties Of The Adhesive Are Identified Where The Influence
  • Through An Inverse Analysis Using The Finite Element Method
  • The Experimental Observations Are Replicated To Identify A Material Model Of The Adhesive
  • The Material Model Consists Of An Elastic And Linear Viscoelastic Formulation Suitable For A Numeric
  • Based On Two Relevant Load Cases
  • Out-Of-Plane Bending And In-Plane Shear
  • The Connection Performance Is Investigated Both For Short And Long-Term Durations
  • Using The Finite Element Method
  • The Connection Experiments Are Replicated
  • Whichenables A Parametric Variation Of The Connection Geometry
  • The Numerical Tool Developed Can Be Used To Evaluate The Connection Behavior For Different Configura
  • The Embedded Connection Shows Promising Potential As A Future Fastening System For Load-Carrying Lam

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Embedded adhesive connection for laminated glass plates - DTU Orbit (19/04/14) Embedded adhesive connection for laminated glass plates - DTU Orbit (19/04/14) Hansen, Jens Zangenberg et al."Embedded adhesive connection for laminated glass plates". International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives. 2012, 34. 68-79. Available: 10.1016/j.ijadhadh.2012.01.003

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