Adhesive thickness influence on a structural methacrylate adhesive behavior

Abstract : Structural adhesive bonding importance has been growing steadily in the last decades as transport sector’s current problematic is to there products’ reduce mass. In addition, compared to riveting and welding, adhesive bonding offers better properties when joining dissimilar materials such as metals and composites which are a pair used more and more frequently. However, adhesive bonding suffers great-ly from a lack of confidence from industries as validating the bond quality need either destructive testing or long and costly nondestructive testing. Both these solutions can hardly be implemented at an industrial level. Nevertheless, with the implementation of robotics it is possible to auto-mate and control the entire bonding processes. In this con-text a collaborative project called S3PAC (Système de Supervision et de Simulation de la Production d’Assemblage par Collage) has been launched in order to offer a fully supervised and automated industrial bonding process.
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Agathe Jaillon, Julien Jumel, Frederic Lachaud, Eric Paroissien, Jordi Renart. Adhesive thickness influence on a structural methacrylate adhesive behavior. 6th World Congress on Adhesion and Related Phenomena (WCARP 2018), Feb 2018, San Diego, United States. pp.1-3. ⟨hal-01892183⟩

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