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Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022)

Published: 2022-11-08

Editorial of the 1st Issue of Journal on Mechanics of Solids

António J.M. Ferreira, Alireza Akhavan-Safar


Effect of Surface Contamination on the Peel Properties of Adhesive Joints

Fernando Moreira, Catarina Borges, Eduardo Marques, Lucas FM da Silva


Fatigue Threshold Analysis of Adhesives: Displacement Control vs. Load Control Strategy

Mario H. S. Bittencourt, Alireza Akhavan-Safar, Diogo R. C. O. A. Santos, Sabine Wenig, Lucas FM da Silva


Establishment of the Cohesive Law of an Epoxy Adhesive Using the Direct Method and the Effect of the Substrate Material

Duarte Marques Granja, Beatriz Simões, Ricardo Carbas, Eduardo Marques, Lucas FM da Silva


Novel Mechanical Characterization Method Applied to Non-Structural Adhesives: Adherend Material Sensitivity

Aida R.A.C. Faria, Daniel S. Correia, Eduardo A.S. Marques, Ricardo J.C. Carbas, Lucas FM da Silva


Effects of Mode Mixity on the Failure Mechanism of Aged Adhesive Joints

Guilherme Pedro do Vale, Alireza Akhavan-Safar, Frederico Vilaça Barbosa de Castro Lopes, Fernando Castro Sousa, Rakesh Goyal, Justin Jennings, Lucas FM da Silva


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