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Development of structural adhesive point-fixings

Arno Van Hulle (UGent) , Jan Belis (UGent) , Dieter Callewaert (UGent) , Lies Scheerlinck (UGent) and Bas Out
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Point-fixings of glass to metal through an adhesive joint are expected to provide important advantages in terms of stress distribution and maintenance compared to conventional mechanical connections. In this study, a generally applicable adhesively bonded point-fixing is developed. An innovative solution using an adhesive glass-metal bond is inventoried and analysed with regard to joint design, loading, exposure to degrading influences, etc. Using other research results obtained by Ghent University, potentially suitable adhesives are selected and subjected to further experimental research. The effects to design parameters such as substrate thickness and shape, bond line thickness, etc. will be investigated, and a design will be proposed. This study is part of an extensive, two-year research project into structural glass-metal adhesive bonds, run by Ghent University (BE) in cooperation with the Adhesion Institute of Delft University of Technology (NL).
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experimental research, broad screening, glass-metal bonds, adhesives, point-fixing

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Van Hulle, Arno, Jan Belis, Dieter Callewaert, Lies Scheerlinck, and Bas Out. 2011. “Development of Structural Adhesive Point-fixings.” In Glass Performance Days Proceedings, 661–664. Glass Performance Days.
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Van Hulle, A., Belis, J., Callewaert, D., Scheerlinck, L., & Out, B. (2011). Development of structural adhesive point-fixings. Glass Performance Days Proceedings (pp. 661–664). Presented at the 12th International conference on Architectural and Automotive Glass (Glass Performance Days 2011), Glass Performance Days.
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Van Hulle A, Belis J, Callewaert D, Scheerlinck L, Out B. Development of structural adhesive point-fixings. Glass Performance Days Proceedings. Glass Performance Days; 2011. p. 661–4.
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Van Hulle, Arno, Jan Belis, Dieter Callewaert, et al. “Development of Structural Adhesive Point-fixings.” Glass Performance Days Proceedings. Glass Performance Days, 2011. 661–664. Print.
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  abstract     = {Point-fixings of glass to metal through an adhesive joint are expected to provide important advantages in terms of stress distribution and maintenance compared to conventional mechanical connections. In this study, a generally applicable adhesively bonded point-fixing is developed. An innovative solution using an adhesive glass-metal bond is inventoried and analysed with regard to joint design, loading, exposure to degrading influences, etc. Using other research results obtained by Ghent University, potentially suitable adhesives are selected and subjected to further experimental research. The effects to design parameters such as substrate thickness and shape, bond line thickness, etc. will be investigated, and a design will be proposed.
This study is part of an extensive, two-year research project into structural glass-metal adhesive bonds, run by Ghent University (BE) in cooperation with the Adhesion Institute of Delft University of Technology (NL).},
  author       = {Van Hulle, Arno and Belis, Jan and Callewaert, Dieter and Scheerlinck, Lies and Out, Bas},
  booktitle    = {Glass Performance Days Proceedings},
  isbn         = {9789525836028},
  keyword      = {experimental research,broad screening,glass-metal bonds,adhesives,point-fixing},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Tampere, Finland},
  pages        = {661--664},
  publisher    = {Glass Performance Days},
  title        = {Development of structural adhesive point-fixings},
  year         = {2011},
}