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The adhesive layer and eventually lead to flagging. As with many residual stress solutions, the resulting geometry can be used as constant strain energy release rate fracture specimens, and has been successfully used to study time-dependent debonding and durability . 7. Applications of fundamental stress transfer solutions The solutions covered in this introductory chapter all fall into a class of mechanics solutions known as mechanics of materials solutions because they involve assumptions that are typical of those made in the undergraduate level mechanics of materials courses.
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By considering the details of the idealized bond termination, however, one recognizes that the shear stress at the very edge of the adhesive layer must be identically zero since this is a free edge. The ‘exact’ solution recognizes that the shear stress must be zero at the edge, and includes modifications of the basic shear lag predictions as one approaches discontinuities such as bond terminations. Indeed, elasticity theory predicts that the peel stresses become infinite as one approaches the bond termination, as will be seen in Chapters 2 and 5.