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Theoretical Study on Adhesives Used in Ballistic Protection Structures and Transparent Armor

References 1. R. Zaera, S. Sánchez-Sáeza, J.L. Pérez-Castellanos, and C. Navarro, “Modelling of the adhesive layer in mixed ceramic/metal armours subjected to impact”, Composites, 31, Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing (2000): 823-833. 2. National Research Council, Opportunities in Protection Materials Science and Technology for Future Army Applications, (Washington D.C.: The National Academies Press, 2011). 3. G.F. Freeguard, and D. Marshall, “Bullet-resistant glass: A review of product and process

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Shear Strength of Conductive Adhesive Joints on Rigid and Flexible Substrates Depending on Adhesive Quantity

.-STEJSKAL, J. : Printed Flexible Gas Sensors based on Organic Materials, Procedia Eng. 120 (2015), 614-617. [4] MACH, P.-DURAJ, A.-BUŠEK, D.-DUŠEK, K. : Influence of Combined Ageing on Resistance and Noise of Electrically Con- ductive Adhesive Joints, 1st Int. Microelectron. Assem. Packag. Soc. Flash Conf., 2015, pp. 42-43. [5] ZHANG, R.-AGAR, J. C.-WONG, C. P. : Recent Advances on Electrically Conductive Adhesives, 12th Electron. Packag. Technol. Conf. no. c, 2010, pp. 696-704. [6] BARTO, S.-CINERT, J.-MACH, P. : Influence of

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On the Areospace-Grade Adhesives Shear Strength Testing with ASTM D5656 Test as an Example

BIBLIOGRAPHY [1] Higgins A., 2000, “Adhesive bonding of aircraft structures”, Int. Journal of Adhesion & Adhesives, No. 20, pp. 367-376. [2] Öchsner A., Genger J., 2004, “Critical analysis of the substrate deformation correction in the thick adherend tensile-shear test”, Int. Journ. Of Adhesion & Adhesives, No. 24, pp. 37-41. [3] ASTM D5656, “Standard test method for thick adherend metal lap-shear joints for determination of the stress-strain behavior of adhesives in shear by tension loading”. [4] Seneviratne W.P., Tomblin J.S., 2011

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Stress Equations for Adhesive in Twodimensional Adhesively Bonded Joints/ Równania Naprężn W Plaskich Dwuwymiarowych Spoinach Klejowych

References 1. Adams R.D., Peppiatt N.A.: Effect of Poisson’s ratio strains in adherends on stresses of an idealized lap joint. Journal of Strain Analysis Vol. 8. No 2 (1974), pp. 134 - 139. 2. Adams R.D., Wake W.C.: Structural Adhesive Joints in Engineering. Elsevier Appl. Sci. Publ. Ltd. 1986 3. Ficarra Ch.H.: Analysis of adhesive bonded fiber-reinforced composite joints. Dissertation, North Carolina State University 2001. Adhesion & Adhesives 29 (2009) 331-341. 4. Fung Y.C.: Foundations of

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Behaviour of Bi-Adhesive in Double-Strap Joint with Embedded Patch Subjected to Bending

References [1] Sabrina, F., M. Riadh, Z. Xiao-Ling. Experimental and Finite Element Analysis of a Double Strap Joint between Steel Plates and Normal Modulus CFRP. Composite Structure, 75 (2006), 156-162. [2] Lee, H. K., S. H. Pyo, B. R. Kim. On Joint Strengths, Peel Stresses and Failure Modes in Adhesively bonded Double-strap supported Single-lap GFRP Joints. Composite Structure, 8 (2009), 44-54. [3] Peter, C., R. Francis. Stress Analysis of Double-strap Bonded Joints using a Variational Method. Int. J. Adhesion

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Selected Methods for Locking Screw Joints, Including the Use of Adhesives, Used in the Helicopter Construction

References 1. Adams R.D., Comyn J., Wake W.C.: Structural Adhesive Joints in Engineering Book, 2nd edition, Springer 1997. 2. Bijak-Żochowski M., Dietrich M., Kacperski T., Stupnicki J., Szala J., Szewczyk K., Witkowski J.: The basis of machine design. Printed by WNT, Warsaw 1995, Poland. 3. Cagle Ch. V.: Adhesives and bonding. Printed by WNT, Warsaw 1977, Poland. 4. Avation encyclopedia. Printed by Debit, Warsaw, 1996, Poland. 5. Godzimirski J.: The strength of constructional

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Problem of Delamination in RC Beams Strengthened by FRP with Rheological Model of Adhesive Leyer

REFERENCES 1. ABAQUS Analysis User’s Manual, 2010. 2. Choi, K.-K., Taha, M.M.R.: Rheological modeling and finite element simulation of epoxy adhesive creep in FRP-strengthened RC beams , Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 27 (2013), 1-13. 3. Hashin, Z.: Failure criteria for unidirectional composites , Journal for Applied Mechanics, 47(1980), 329–334. 4. Jankowiak, I.: Analysis of RC beams strengthenedby CFRP strips-Experimental and FEA study , Archives of Civil and Mech. Engng, 12 (2012), 376-388. 5. Kotynia, R.: Bond

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The Load-Bearing Capacity of Timber-Glass Composite I-Beams Made with Polyurethane Adhesives

, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland 2000. 4. Hamm J.: Development of timber-glass prefabricated structural elements, Innovative Wooden Structures and Bridges IABSE Conference 1, Lahti 2001, pp. 41-46. 5. Cruz P. and Pequeno J.: Timber-Glass Composite Beams: Mechanical Behaviour and Architectural Solutions, Proceedings of the Challenging Glass Conference, Delft 2008, pp. 439-449. 6. Blyberg L. et. al.: Glass, timber and adhesive joints - Innovative load bearing building components, Constr. Build. Mater

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Numerical Non-Equilibrium and Smoothing of Solutions in The Difference Method for Plane 2-Dimensional Adhesive Joints / Nierównowaga Numeryczna i Wygładzanie Rozwiazań w Metodzie Różnicowej Dla Dwuwymiarowych Połączeń Klejowych

. Wydawnictwo Politechniki Poznańskiej, Poznań 2010. 19. Rapp P.: Mechanics of adhesive joints as a plane problem of the theory of elasticity. Part I: General formulation, Archives of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, 10, 2 (2010) 81-108. 20. Rapp P.: Mechanics of adhesive joints as a plane problem of the theory of elasticity. Part II: Displacement formulation for orthotropic adherends. Archives of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, 15, 2 (2015) 603-613. 21. Rapp P.: Stress equations for adhesive in two-dimensional adhesively

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Experimental Determination of Limit Adhesive Shear Stress between Solid Wall and Liquid


The slip boundary condition can be a very useful relation when some specific problems of hydromechanics are considered. According to the classical form of this condition, the slip of a fluid with respect to the solid wall should occur even at a very low velocity of motion. However, both theoretical analysis and certain empirical data suggest that there must be a limit value of the wall shear stress, below which the slip does not occur. According to the simplified balance of adhesive and gravitational forces, a simple experimental method for determining this stress has been proposed and applied in this paper.

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