Ghazaleh Eslami
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
DissipationBrittlenessCreepBolted jointComposite materialEpoxyPlot (graphics)Lap jointViscoelasticityMaterials scienceRange (statistics)Tension (physics)Constant (mathematics)Displacement (orthopedic surgery)PultrusionAdhesiveFibre-reinforced plasticStress (mechanics)
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Abstract Fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) structures, due to their low mass, are valuable alternatives to traditional steel or concrete structures in seismic areas. However, to resist seismic actions, FRP structures must be able to dissipate a significant amount of inelastic energy. Since FRP materials are brittle, this dissipation must occur in the joints. Monotonic tension and cyclic tension-compression experiments were thus performed on adhesive and bolted double-lap joints composed of pultrude...
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