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Application of Advanced Numerical Techniques for the Analysis Tubular Adhesive Joints

Because of its advantages over mechanically attached or welded connections, adhesive joints have been used in a variety of industries. Adhesive joints offer more strength, are lighter, and are easier to manufacture. A parametric analysis of the tensile strength of single-lap tubular adhesive joints bonded with three adhesives (Araldite® AV138, Araldite® 2015, and Sikaforce® 7752)…
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June 8, 2022 0

Settlement Analysis of Soil Replaced with Fine Aggregate of Recycled Concrete as Foundation Material

Crushed Concrete is one of the most prevalent waste products generated by the construction sector (CC). This material is frequently recycled and used for a variety of applications, such as pavement, concrete aggregates, and backfilling. The goal of this research is to see if Crushed Concrete-Fine Aggregate (CC-FA) mixed soils may be used as a…
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April 6, 2022 0

Vibrational and Finite Element Analyses of T-Section Cantilever Beam Using ANSYS and MATLAB: A Recent Study

A beam is a structural component that is acted upon by a system of perpendicular external forces. When vertical loads are applied to a horizontal beam, it bends. The amount and kind of weight carried by a beam, as well as the length and type of beam, define the amount of load carried. T, HSS,…
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September 8, 2021 0

Study on Reliability Evaluation of Rubber Component

Rubber material characteristics and useful lifetime evaluation are critical in design methods to ensure rubber component safety and reliability. The features of rubber components for an elevator cabin were investigated experimentally, as well as their useful lifetime prediction. There were material tests and accelerated heat-aging tests carried out. Curve fitting of uniaxial tension, pure shear,…
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August 26, 2021 0

Advanced Deformation Analysis of Steel-Concrete Composite T Beam Sections

Composite constructions are commonly used because to their high specific strength, structural stiffness, and light weight. A composite beam has a concrete slab on top and a steel beam underneath with an I-shaped cross section. A three-dimensional composite beam is simulated using finite element analysis to study the change in thickness of concrete slab and…
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June 4, 2021 0

Deflection Function Formulation for Simply Supported thin Plate Using Variational Approach

This study proposes a more practical deflection function that may be used to replace Naiver’s slow converging series function for a quadrilateral thin plate that is simply supported. The variational technique was used in the formulation of the deflection function. Rayleigh-Ritz techniques were utilised in the formulation, and a coordinate function that satisfied the kinematic…
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May 25, 2021 0