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Enabling qualification of hybrid structures for lightweight and safe maritime transport

Pankaj Jaiswal (UGent) , Rahul Iyer Kumar (UGent) and Wim De Waele (UGent)
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There is an increasing need for reducing the weight of heavily loaded structures, demanding the development of durable and lightweight solutions that can withstand such loads under extreme environmental conditions. For the application of marine vessels, hybrid composite-to-metal adhesive joints can reduce weight while preserving strength, leading to lighter and stronger structures. 10% weight reduction can lead to 8% less fuel consumption and less environmental pollution. Ambition Currently No certification guidelines exist to certify new ship designs using adhesively bonded hybrid joints in primary structures. QUALIFY aims to provide the necessary knowledge to remove these technological and regulatory barriers. UGent tasks Develop experimental tools to evaluate the long term structural performance of the adhesively bonded hybrid joint under representative operational and environmental conditions.
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Adhesvies, Fatigue, Fatigue Life, Accelerated fatigue test, Double strap, adhesive joints

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Jaiswal, Pankaj, et al. “Enabling Qualification of Hybrid Structures for Lightweight and Safe Maritime Transport.” FEARS 2019 : Book of Abstracts, Ghent University, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, 2019, pp. 61–61.
APA
Jaiswal, P., Iyer Kumar, R., & De Waele, W. (2019). Enabling qualification of hybrid structures for lightweight and safe maritime transport. In FEARS 2019 : book of abstracts (pp. 61–61). Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture.
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Jaiswal, Pankaj, Rahul Iyer Kumar, and Wim De Waele. 2019. “Enabling Qualification of Hybrid Structures for Lightweight and Safe Maritime Transport.” In FEARS 2019 : Book of Abstracts, 61–61. Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture.
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Jaiswal, Pankaj, Rahul Iyer Kumar, and Wim De Waele. 2019. “Enabling Qualification of Hybrid Structures for Lightweight and Safe Maritime Transport.” In FEARS 2019 : Book of Abstracts, 61–61. Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture.
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Jaiswal P, Iyer Kumar R, De Waele W. Enabling qualification of hybrid structures for lightweight and safe maritime transport. In: FEARS 2019 : book of abstracts. Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture; 2019. p. 61–61.
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P. Jaiswal, R. Iyer Kumar, and W. De Waele, “Enabling qualification of hybrid structures for lightweight and safe maritime transport,” in FEARS 2019 : book of abstracts, Ghent, 2019, pp. 61–61.
@inproceedings{8620179,
  abstract     = {There is an increasing need for reducing the weight of heavily loaded structures, demanding the development of durable and lightweight solutions that can withstand such loads under extreme environmental conditions. For the application of marine vessels, hybrid composite-to-metal adhesive joints can reduce weight while preserving strength, leading to lighter and stronger structures. 10% weight reduction can lead to 8% less fuel consumption and less environmental pollution. Ambition Currently No certification guidelines exist to certify new ship designs using adhesively bonded hybrid joints in primary structures. QUALIFY aims to provide the necessary knowledge to remove these technological and regulatory barriers. UGent tasks Develop experimental tools to evaluate the long term structural performance of the adhesively bonded hybrid joint under representative operational and environmental conditions.},
  author       = {Jaiswal, Pankaj and Iyer Kumar, Rahul and De Waele, Wim},
  booktitle    = {FEARS 2019 : book of abstracts},
  keywords     = {Adhesvies,Fatigue,Fatigue Life,Accelerated fatigue test,Double strap,adhesive joints},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ghent},
  pages        = {61--61},
  publisher    = {Ghent University, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture},
  title        = {Enabling qualification of hybrid structures for lightweight and safe maritime transport},
  url          = {http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8619138},
  year         = {2019},
}