BS ISO 11003-1:2019 pdf download – Adhesives — Determination of shear behaviour of structural adhesives Part 1: Torsion test method using butt-bonded hollow cylinders
This document specifies a shear test for the characterization of adhesives in a bond. The shear stress/strain properties of the adhesive (including the shear modulus) are useful for advanced design work, such as in finite element analysis methods.
2 Normative references
The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
ISO 291, Plastics — Standard atmospheres for conditioning and testing
ISO 10365, Adhesives — Designation of main failure patterns
ISO 17212, Structural adhesives — Guidelines for the surface preparation of metals and plastics prior to adhesive bonding
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The shear deformation of the adhesive in an annular bond between two hollow cylinders, and the corresponding torque, are measured and recorded up to failure of the joint.
5.1 Torsion-testing machine, with a capacity of at least 300 N·m and preferably of 1 000 N·m. Alternatively, a suitably adapted tensile-testing machine may be used. The machine shall include equipment for recording the torque instantaneously with an error of less than 1 %. The gripping heads shall be accurately aligned and, if no hydraulic gripping mechanism is available, all bolts and holes shall be precisely machined so that the specimens are mounted in the apparatus and tested free of uncontrolled loads. The machine shall be equipped with an adequately thermostatted chamber if tests are to be carried out at temperatures different from the ambient temperature.
6 Test specimen
6.1.1 Substrate material
Aluminium alloy or steel are suitable materials for the adherends. Other materials are acceptable provided the material (including pre-treated surface layers) has a shear modulus at least 10 times higher than that of the adhesive.
6.1.2 Preparation of the surface
The surfaces to be bonded shall be prepared in accordance with ISO 17212 or by any method leading to a cohesive failure within the adhesive layer.
Prepare the specimens in accordance with the instructions of the manufacturer of the adhesive. Information about conditioning of the specimen shall be included in the test report. A joint completely filled with adhesive is essential for the reliability of the test. The two adherends shall be bonded coaxially, with a maximum lateral displacement between their two axes of 0,002 r o (r o = outer radius), and a maximum angular deviation so that the bond line thickness varies by no more than 5 % of the recommended thickness. The joining device shall prevent the adhesive from running out of the joint and any displacement of the two adherends during curing. NOTE To achieve this, the two hollow cylinders are aligned with the help of a plug made of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) or any other suitable device. A temperature-resistant O-ring, inserted into the PTFE plug and placed just below the bond, stops the adhesive from running out of the joint. At the other ends of the adherends, two plates fastened to a threaded rod passing through the PTFE plug prevent any displacement during curing (see Figure 2).
6.1.4 Adhesive bond
The preferred thickness of the bond is 0,2 mm. For special adhesives, a thickness in the range from 0,05 mm to 0,5 mm may be used. The thickness of the bond is defined by a rim which is machined along the outer perimeter of one adherend. The rim acts as spacer between the two adherends. The adhesive is applied to the machined adherend to fill the space adjacent to the rim, prior to joining the two adherends. The rim is removed on the lathe after the adhesive is cured (see Figure 3). The resulting adhesive layer shall have a width at least 10 times its thickness.