14th International Conference on Advances in Materials and Processing Technologies (AMPT), İstanbul, Türkiye, 13 - 16 Temmuz 2011, cilt.445, ss.1000-1001
Hybrid adhesive joint is an alternative stress reduction technique for the adhesively bonded joints. Hybrid adhesive means that it is used dual adhesives in the overlap region. Adhesive having high modulus of elasticity should be located in the middle of the bondline and the other adhesive having low modulus of elasticity at the ends. In this study, the effect of the hybrid adhesive bondline on the distributions of the peeling, shear and von Mises stress components at the single lap joint were investigated by using three-dimensional finite element model. The results show that the considered stress components can be optimized by using hybrid adhesive joint.