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KGaA. (2011). Henkel Product Selector, issue 2. Huntsman Corporation. (2013). AdMat Araldite 2000plus selector guide. ISO 286-1:2010. (2010). Geometrical product specifications (GPS) - ISO code system for tolerances on linear sizes. , & Nakamura, T. (2003). Effect of fitted position on stress distribution and strength of a bonded shrink fitted joint subjected to torsion. International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, 23(2), 131–140. Kinloch, A. J. (1990). Adhesion and Adhesives. London, UK: Chapman & Hall.

Effect of fitted position on stress distribution and strength of a bonded shrink fitted joint subjected to torsion. International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, 23(2), 131–140. Kinloch, A. J. (1990). Adhesion and Adhesives. London, UK: Chapman & Hall. , & Fleischmann, W. (2011). Technologies of Threadlocking and Interference-Fit Adhesive Joints. In L. da Silva, A. Pirondi, & A. ), Hybrid Adhesive Joints (p. 227). Heidelberg: Springer. W. Italia SpA. Archive. , & Schlimmer, M. (2007). Mechanical properties of hub/shaft joints adhesively bonded and cured under hydrostatic pressure.

As a consequence, coarse tolerances may be used, with good outcomes from the point of view of manufacturing costs. Moreover, the tensile stress acting on the hub is strongly decreased. , keys, pins, interference-fits, bolted joints…) may also be replaced by adhesives, otherwise they can be used in combination. As a matter of fact, dry press-fitted couplings (without adhesive) achieve only 20-30% of nominal contact surface, in the case of a metal to metal joint. On the other hand, the adhesive is able to fill the micro spaces between the crests of surface roughness, so that the contact is extended over the entire area of the mating surfaces [1-5].

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