By Dario Croccolo
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Indeed, a greater influence of the adhesive on the maximum strength attainable for the hybrid joint was observed. Rheology of adhesive played a relevant role in determining how much adhesive was spewed away from the joint. If a few quantity of adhesive remained inside the 44 Giorgio Gallio, Mariangela Lombardi, Paolo Fino et al. joint the adhesive contribution resulted lowered, also affecting the total resistance of the hybrid joint. In the case of the flexibilized and thoughened epoxy adhesive, the enhancement provided by the interference contribution seemed to influence in the same way the total resistance of the hybrid joints.
The adhesive contribution could be considered higher in the samples B and C than in the case A. It is then possible to resume that samples with higher interference levels showed less shear strength values because they were characterized by a considerably lower adhesive contribution. Fatigue Behaviour The rolling test was employed to simulate the fatigue stress that the wheel undergoes during its operating life on vehicles. In this test the wheel is placed on a roller and it is subjected to rolling cycles.
Adhesives: Mechanical Properties, Technologies and Economic Importance by Dario Croccolo