Adhesives in Marine Engineering by J.R. Weitzenböck (Eds.)

By J.R. Weitzenböck (Eds.)

As a mode of becoming a member of with monetary, performance-related and environmental benefits over conventional welding in a few functions, adhesive bonding of joints within the marine atmosphere is more and more becoming more popular. Adhesives in marine engineering offers a useful evaluation of the layout and use of adhesively-bonded joints during this tough environment.

After an advent to using adhesives in marine and offshore engineering, half one makes a speciality of adhesive resolution layout and research. the method of choosing adhesives for marine environments is explored, by way of chapters discussing the categorical layout of adhesively-bonded joints for send purposes and wind generators. Predicting the failure of bonded structural joints in marine engineering is additionally thought of. half experiences trying out the mechanical, thermal and chemical homes of adhesives for marine environments including the moisture resistance and sturdiness of adhesives for marine environments.

With its unique editor and overseas group of professional individuals, Adhesives in marine engineering is an important consultant for all these interested by the layout, creation and upkeep of bonded constructions within the marine setting, in addition to proving a key resource for educational researchers within the field.

  • Provides a useful assessment of the layout and use of adhesively-bonded joints in marine environments
  • Discusses using adhesives in marine and offshore engineering, adhesive answer layout and research, and the layout of adhesively-bonded joints for send purposes and wine generators, between different topics
  • Reviews trying out the mechanical, thermal and chemical homes of adhesives for marine environments, including the moisture resistance and sturdiness of those adhesives

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E. ) 2005. Handbook of Adhesion, Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. , Feldhusen, J. -H. 2007. Engineering Design – A Systematic Approch, London, Springer-Verlag. Reuter, M. 2007. Methodik der Werkstoffauswahl (in German), Munich, Carl Hanser Verlag. Sharpe, L. H. 1990. Overview: adhesive technology. In: Brinson, H. F. ) Adhesives and Sealants. United States: ASM International. Weitzenböck, J. R. and McGeorge, D. ) 2005. BONDSHIP project guidelines, Høvik, Norway: Det Norske Veritas AS. Weitzenböck, J.

As © Woodhead Publishing Limited, 2012 28 Adhesives in marine engineering Lees remarked (Lees, 1995), even though the individual requirements may be quite vague, the fact that there are many of them results in quite a fine ‘filter’. In practical terms, one usually approaches adhesive suppliers with the list of requirements and asks them to recommend suitable products from their range of adhesives. 5 Adhesive selection step 3: rank using objective The aim of this step is to find the screened materials that do the job best and to rank the (adhesive) joining processes by relative cost or batch size.

With approximately 10% of the total structural weight of a mine countermeasure vessel (MCMV) there was a real desire to assess potential weight and cost savings by a joint optimisation exercise. The results showed that when loaded under a 45 degree pull off load, a tee joint with a large fillet radius of compliant resin (urethane acrylate) with a thin overlaminate gave an increase in the performance of the joint. , 1996; Phillips and Shenoi, 1998, 1999). These works describe practical testing and theoretical analysis including finite element modelling.

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