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One of the causes of failure of adhesive joints is the stress singularity that often occurs at the free edge of the bond end. Geometric model change at the joint end can be used to reduce the stress concentration at this location. In this study, a new design called "arc adhesive model" is suggested for adhesively bonded joint of the cap of a rotational composite tank; and is compared with two conventional geometrical models including baseline model, and concave end model. Regarding to importance of transverse shear stress and normal peeling stress in examination of bonding strength, the stresses at the free end of bond are investigated using numerical analysis for all three models. Also, effect of tank rotation frequency on the stress components is investigated. Results show that the arc adhesive model can cause a significant decrease in transverse shear stress and peeling stress in adhesive joint of the cap.
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