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Experiment Analysis to Examine the Effects of Mechanical Fastening Joints (Bolting & Riveting) With Standard Loads

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 11741-11752

Keywords : Composite; CFRP; CFRP-STEEL; Mechanical Fastening; Bolting; Riveting; Riveting of Composites; Bottling of Composites;

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Composites,because of theirstrength, lightweight characteristics, corrosion-resistant, flexible, durable, reliable, etc., are dominatingthemarket.Along with these benefits; there are certain limitations like delamination, damage examination, complex in fabrication and composite to metal merging. Zooming in to the difficulty of the composite to metal joining, if a metal joined with composite, environment with temperature dissimilarity is a challenging task, bonding them with adhesives is not enough. To overcome these Mechanical fastenersare considered for strengthening the bond. This paper focuses on the behavior of joints by varying joint lengths, the number of bolts&riveting diameters. Composite to composite bolting (single and double-bolting), composite to steel bolting (single and double-bolting), riveting diameters testing's the different areas of concentration in thisarticle. Material dimensions considered are CFRP material: 125mm*25mm*2mm thick Mild steel: 125mm*25mm*1.5mm thick.Bolts considered for the test: M5, M8, riveting diameter 4.8 and Test speed: 5mm/ minute. With the above-stated conditions and considerations, torque tension characters are plotted, load vs. rivet length characters were plotted

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