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Joining of Polymer-Metal Hybrid Structures

Joining of Polymer-Metal Hybrid Structures

Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Year 01/03/2018
Edition First
Pages 416
Version hardback
Readership level Professional and scholarly
Language English
ISBN 9781118177631
Categories Materials science
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A comprehensive introduction to the concepts of joining technologies for hybrid structures This book introduces the concepts of joining technology for polymer-metal hybrid structures by addressing current and new joining methods. This is achieved by using a balanced approach focusing on the scientific features (structural, physical, chemical, and metallurgical/polymer science phenomena) and engineering properties (mechanical performance, design, applications, etc.) of the currently available and new joining processes. It covers such topics as mechanical fastening, adhesive bonding, advanced joining methods, and statistical analysis in joining technology. Joining of Polymer-Metal Hybrid Structures: Principles and Applications is structured by joining principles, in adhesion-based, mechanical fastened, and direct-assembly methods. The book discusses such recent technologies as friction riveting, friction spot joining and ultrasonic joining. This is used for applications where the original base material characteristics must remain unchanged. Additional sections cover the main principles of statistical analysis in joining technology (illustrated with examples from the field of polymer-metal joining). Joining methods discussed include mechanical fastening (bolting, screwing, riveting, hinges, and fits of polymers and composites), adhesive bonding, and other advanced joining methods (friction staking, laser welding, induction welding, etc.). Provides a combined engineering and scientific approach used to describe principles, properties, and applications of polymer-metal hybrid joints Describes the current developments in design of experiments and statistical analysis in joining technology with emphasis on joining of polymer-metal hybrid structures Covers recent innovations in joining technology of polymer-metal hybrid joints including friction riveting, friction spot joining, friction staking, and ultrasonic joining Principles illustrated by pictures, 3D-schemes, charts, and drawings using examples from the field of polymer-metal joining Joining of Polymer-Metal Hybrid Structures: Principles and Applications will appeal to chemical, polymer, materials, metallurgical, composites, mechanical, process, product, and welding engineers, scientists and students, technicians, and joining process professionals.

Joining of Polymer-Metal Hybrid Structures


List of Contributors xiii

Preface xvii

Part I Joining Processes Based on Adhesion Forces 1

1 Principles of Adhesive Bonding 3
Mariana D. Banea, Lucas F. M. da Silva, and Raul D. S. G. Campilho

1.1 Introduction 3

1.2 General Basics 4

1.3 Advantages and Disadvantages of Adhesive Bonding 5

1.4 Effect of Surface Preparation and the Environmental Factors 7

1.5 Adhesive Properties 10

1.6 Joint Manufacture 12

1.6.1 Preparation of the Adherends 13

1.6.2 Adhesive Application 14

1.6.3 Joint Assembly 14

1.6.4 Curing 16

1.7 Joint Design 16

1.7.1 Failure Mode 17

1.7.2 Analysis of Adhesively Bonded Joints 18 AnalyticalMethods 18 Finite Element Method 19

1.8 Recent Developments 22

1.9 Conclusions 23

References 24

2 Adhesive Bonding of Polymer Composites to Lightweight Metals 29
Raul D. S. G. Campilho, Lucas F.M. da Silva, and Mariana D. Banea

2.1 Introduction 29

2.2 Characteristics and Applications of Hybrid Bonding 31

2.3 Experimental Evaluation of Hybrid Structures 35

2.3.1 Preparation of the Adherends 35

2.3.2 Application of the Adhesive 36

2.3.3 Testing of the Specimens 37

2.3.4 ExperimentalWorks 38

2.4 Predictive Techniques for Hybrid Structures 41

2.4.1 Analytical 43

2.4.2 Numerical 45 Continuum Modeling 45 Damage Mechanics 46

2.5 Conclusions 54

List of Abbreviations 55

References 56

3 Friction Spot Joining (FSpJ) 61
SeyedM. Goushegir and Sergio T. Amancio-Filho

3.1 Introduction 61

3.2 Principles of the FSpJ 63

3.2.1 FSpJ Tool 63

3.2.2 FSpJ Equipment 63

3.2.3 FSpJ Process 64

3.2.4 Bonding Mechanisms 69

3.2.5 Process Parameters 71

3.3 Heat Generation During FSpJ Process 74

3.4 Microstructural Zones in FSpJ 75

3.5 Mechanical Properties of FSp Joints 77

3.5.1 Local Mechanical Properties 77 Metal (AA2024) 77 Composite (Short Glass-Fiber-Reinforced PPS) 79

3.5.2 Quasistatic Global Mechanical Properties 80 Influence of Surface Pretreatment 80 Influence of Joint Geometry 81

3.5.3 Cyclic Global Mechanical Properties 86

3.6 Comparison Between the Quasistatic Mechanical Performance of FSp and State-of-the-Art Adhesively Bonded Joints 87

3.7 Defects in FSpJ 88

3.8 Advantages, Limitations, and Potential Applications 91

3.9 Final Remarks 94

References 94

4 Induction Welding of Metal/Composite Hybrid Structures 101
Mirja Didi and PeterMitschang

4.1 Introduction 101

4.2 Description of the

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