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Croccolo, M. De Agostinis, G. Olmi et al. Keywords: Anaerobic Adhesives, Engagement Ratio, Hybrid-Joints, SlipFitted Joints, Shear Strength ABBREVIATIONS A Dext,H Dint,H DC Dext,S E Fint Fad Fcoupl Ftot K1 LC pC QH R2 Ra,H Ra,H U Z εθ μA ν ηad Coupling surface [mm2] External hub diameter [mm] Internal hub diameter [mm] Coupling diameter [mm] External shaft diameter [mm] Young‘s modulus of the shaft and hub material [MPa] Interference contribution to the axial release force of the joint [N] Adhesive contribution to the axial release force of the joint [N] Pushing in force during shaft-hub coupling (peak value) [N] Pushing out (or release) force during shaft-hub decoupling (peak value) [N] Ratio between the maximum release force and the maximum pushing in load Coupling length [mm] Coupling pressure [MPa] Ratio between the internal and external hub diameters Linear Correlation coefficient for linear regressions Arithmetic mean surface roughness, considering the internal surface of the hub [μm] Arithmetic mean surface roughness, considering the external surface of the shaft [μm] Nominal interference [mm] Actual interference [mm] Strain measured (by a strain gage) on the external surface of the hub in the tangential direction Axial static coefficient of friction Poisson‘s ratio Adhesive static shear strength [MPa] Effect of the Engagement Ratio on the Shear Strength ...
1) should be expected at the experimental level. Nevertheless, the experimental results related to the unbonded joints were affected by a wide variability of the results. The ideal system described by the equation did not consider the phenomena of wear and micro-adhesion that took place in the samples between the two steel components, as illustrated in figure 3 for both the sliding bodies. In order to quantify the extent of the wear on the decoupled samples, their surface was analyzed by means of a profilometer.
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Adhesives: Mechanical Properties, Technologies and Economic Importance by Dario Croccolo