Behavior of single-lap bolted joint subjected to dynamic transverse load

Abstract : Bolted joints used in aeronautical structures are subject to vibrations, which can result in critical damage either from self-loosening or from fatigue. This study examines the dynamic behavior of a simple bolted joint assembly subjected to a rapidly varying transverse load, which induces bending of the jointed plates. The approach adopted is based on a finite element method, with a coupled bolt model and a penalty friction model, and implicit time simulation. Numerical result sets are presented and discussed.
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O. Ksentini, Bertrand Combes, M.S. Abbes, Alain Daidié, M. Haddar. Behavior of single-lap bolted joint subjected to dynamic transverse load. 5e Congrès International Conception et Modélisation des Systèmes Mécaniques, Djerba, Tunisie, 2013, Djerba, Tunisia. ⟨hal-02183704⟩

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