ISO 11003-2:2019 - Adhesives. Determination of shear behaviour of structural adhesives. Tensile test method using thick adherends

ISO 11003-2:2019

Adhesives. Determination of shear behaviour of structural adhesives. Tensile test method using thick adherends

Status : Current   Published : June 2019

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This document specifies a test method for determining the shear behaviour of an adhesive in a single lap joint bonded assembly when subjected to a tensile force.

The test is performed on specimens consisting of thick, rigid adherends, with a short length of overlap, in order to obtain the most uniform distribution of shear stresses possible and to minimize other stress states which initiate failure.

This test method may be used to determine:

  • the shear-stress against shear-strain curve to failure of the adhesive;

  • the shear modulus of the adhesive;

  • other adhesive properties that can be derived from the stress/strain curve such as secant shear modulus and maximum shear stress;

  • the effect of temperature, environment, test speed, etc., on these properties.

This document does not apply in case of adhesion failure.




Standard NumberISO 11003-2:2019
TitleAdhesives. Determination of shear behaviour of structural adhesives. Tensile test method using thick adherends
StatusCurrent
Publication Date17 June 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 10365, ISO 14737, ISO 291, ISO 17212, ISO 4995, ISO 683-3
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Draft Superseded ByISO/DIS 11003-2
ICS83.180
Title in FrenchAdhésifs — Détermination du comportement en cisaillement d'adhésifs structuraux — Partie 2: Méthode d'essai en traction sur éprouvette épaisse
CommitteePRI/52
PublisherISO
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages20
File Size1.493 MB
Price£71.00


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