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Integrity of Structural Joints Subjected to Fatigue Loads

edited broken bit 34 July, AMRC, Sheffield


Overview of Joining Technologies – Emma Griffiths, Jaguar Land Rover  

Manufacturing Simulation of Self Pierce Rivet Joints – Paul Briskham, AtlasCopco 

Fatigue Life of Aluminium Spot Welding and Self Pierce Rivet Joints – Andrew Blows – Jaguar Land Rover

Bolted Joints – Tom Cosgrove, BCSA Ltd

Bolted Joints with Dynamic Loading – Hugh Goyder, Cranfield University – Abstract

Fatigue and Damage Tolerance Analysis of Bolted Joints – Ben Ogbourne, Airbus

The Fatigue Performance of Welded Joints – Simon Smith, Transforming Stress Limited – abstract

Mean Stress Effect for Welds under Fatigue Loading – Zongjin Lu, Jaguar Land Rover – Abstract

Fatigue Simulation of Welds Using the Total-Life Method – Andrew Halfpenny, HBM Prenscia – Abstract

Fatigue Testing 2K Structural Adhesives: Facilitating Design Change and the use of Multi-Material Bonding for Lightweighting Structures – Antonio Pagliuca, 3M – Abstract

Fracture of Spot Welds in Advanced High Strength Steeks – Hassan Ghadbeigi, University of Sheffield

Process of Creating a Fatigue Damage Model to Enable Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) Fatigue Life Prediction to Reduce Costs – Andrew Blows, Jaguar Land Rover – Abstract

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