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Comparative study of the resistance of bonded, riveted and hybrid assemblies; Experimental and numerical analyses

Abstract : The objective of this work is to analyze by traction tests, the mechanical behavior of an assembly of type metal / metal by various assembly processes; bonding, riveting and hybrid, on the one hand to show the advantage of a hybrid assembly with respect to the other processes, and on the other hand, to analyze by the finite element method the distribution of the stresses in the various components of the structure and to demonstrate the effectiveness of the use of a hybrid assembly with respect to other processes. The number of rivets has been considered. The results show clearly that the value of the different stresses is reduced in the case of a hybrid junction and that the number of rivets in an assembly can be reduced by using a hybrid joint.
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M.C. Ezzine, K. Madani, Mostapha Tarfaoui, S. Touzain, Stéphanie Mallarino. Comparative study of the resistance of bonded, riveted and hybrid assemblies; Experimental and numerical analyses. Structural Engineering and Mechanics, Techno-press Ltd, 2019, 70 (4), pp.467-477. ⟨10.12989/sem.2019.70.4.467⟩. ⟨hal-02354545⟩

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