Failure Mechanisms of Plasterboard in Nail Pull Test Determined by X-ray Microtomography and Digital Volume Correlation

Abstract : To design lightweight plasterboard and optimize the compromise between thermal resistance and mechanical strength, it is important to characterize its strength as characterized with the normative Nail pull test. Understanding the phenomenology of this test is the key to identifying the limiting factor in terms of load carrying capacity. In this work, the degradation mechanisms of lightweight plasterboard are analyzed via tests conducted in-situ in a laboratory tomograph. Through the analysis of the kinematics by digital volume correlation, the dierent mechanisms at play up to failure mechanism have been identied, i.e., quasi-elastic regime, failure of the roller coating layer, core compaction and core failure. The compaction of the core by the collapse of porosity in compression is recognized as the limiting factor in terms of compressive strength and tearing resistance.
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Amine Bouterf, Jérôme Adrien, Eric Maire, Xavier Brajer, François Hild, et al.. Failure Mechanisms of Plasterboard in Nail Pull Test Determined by X-ray Microtomography and Digital Volume Correlation. Experimental Mechanics, Society for Experimental Mechanics, 2016, 56, pp.1427 - 1437. ⟨10.1007/s11340-016-0168-8⟩. ⟨hal-01383905⟩

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