lap joint

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joint made by overlapping two ends and joining them together


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Then single lap joints with neat adhesive and adhesive-RGO mixture were produced.
In the second run, single lap joints were produced, after laser treatment, to measure the effect of the treatments on the adhesive strength.
Effect of Weld Geometry and HAZ Softening on Fatigue Performance of DP780 GMAW Lap Joint," SAE Technical Paper 2007-01-0632, 2007, doi:10.
Furthermore, per SCVWD standard design philosophy for reliability and protection of the public water supply, the field joints were all bell and spigot welded lap joints.
Each student was required to complete AWS 1F lap joint welds that were evaluated using a rubric based on the AWS (2000) Guide for the Visual Inspection of Welds Visual Examination Criteria.
Watanabe Lap Joint of A5083 Aluminum Alloy and SS400 Steel by Friction Stir Welding" Mater.
Note that a standard, 7 1/4-inch circular saw makes cuts only about 2 1/4 to 2 1/2 inches deep--too shallow to produce a lap joint groove halfway through a 6-by-6.
The lap joint is covered with sealant to prevent ponding water in the sleeve from leaking to the interior.
The chapters cover subjects such as structural design solutions and loading conditions for fuselage skin joins; relevance of laboratory test results for simple lap joining specimens to riveted joints in a real structure; the effect of various production and design related variables on the riveted joint fatigue behavior; theoretical and experimental analysis of secondary bending and its implications for riveted joint fatigue performance; nucleation and shape development of fatigue cracks in riveted longitudinal lap joints; overview of experimental investigations into the multi-site damage for full-scale fuselage panels and riveted lap joint specimens; residual strength predictions for riveted lap joints in a fuselage structure.
Examination revealed extensive skin wrinkles on both sides of the aft fuselage and separated underbelly sheet metal, which was torn from its fasteners at a lap joint.
After the incident Boeing told airlines that own about 190 other 737s built in the 1990s to immediately conduct electromagnetic inspections of an area of the roof called the lap joint, where overlapping panels of skin are riveted together.
Furthermore, Boeing is collaborating with regulatory organizations and Southwest to create a bulletin advocating lap joint inspection on specific 737 aircraft.
A modification to the typical lap joint, incorporating thin sticks within the joint for the purpose of repeated mechanical assessments, was aimed at enhancing the rate of performance data collection (Nicholas and Crawford 2003).
For the geometry of the elements, usually the lap joint is used, and only seldom the add-on material.
A proposed option to overcome the disadvantages of the previous techniques is the double lap joint (FIGURE 6).