Mechanics and Stress Concentration for Bonded Dissimilar Materials

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Mechanics and Stress Concentration for Bonded Dissimilar Materials
Specifications: ISBN  978-4339046526
186 pages
14.8 x 21.0 cm / 5.9 x 8.4 in (WxH)
Category: Academic & Science
Publisher: Corona Publishing Co., Ltd.
Tokyo, 2017
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Synopsis

Modern structures are expected to possess high functionality, high strength, and light weight—properties that inherently conflict with one another. In response to these requirements, many structures are composed of bonded dissimilar materials. Particularly in the automotive, electronics, and electrical equipment fields, there has been heightened interest among corporate engineers in the active application of bonding technologies to dissimilar materials. Remarkable innovations have resulted, such as bonding between metal and resin, previously considered infeasible. New combinations of dissimilar materials promise more lightweight products, improved function and performance, and reduced costs. Engineers, however, must constantly pay heed to stress concentrations along the bond interface arising from the differing properties of the materials.

In this volume, problems associated with the mechanics of bonded dissimilar materials are described in terms of three fundamental aspects of the combination of such materials: equivalent elastic modulus, stress concentration, and strength of the bonded structure. Ranging from these fundamentals to the latest research results, the book provides an in-depth overview of this field.

About the Authors
Naoaki Noda (1956-) completed his doctorate course (major in mechanical engineering) in 1984 at Kyushu University Graduate School of Engineering, and has been a professor at Kyushu Institute of Technology since 2003.

Genji Hotta (1953-) graduated from the School of Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology in 1979. He has been a professor at the National Institute of Technology, Ariake College since 2008, and earned his D.Eng. from Kumamoto University in 2015.

Yoshikazu Sano (1943-) completed his graduate course (major in mechanical engineering) in 1967 at Kyushu University Graduate School of Engineering. He received his D.Eng. from Kyushu University in 1996.

Yasushi Takase (1966-) graduated from the School of Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology in 1993. He has been a technology specialist at Kyushu Institute of Technology since 2002, and received his D.Eng. from Kyushu Institute of Technology in 2007.