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composite joint[kəm′päz·ət ′jȯint]
A joint connected by welding in conjunction with one or more mechanical means.
A joint employing more than one means to hold the elements together, e.g., welding and bolting.
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Experimental and Numerical Studies on the Cyclic Behavior of Steel and Composite Joints
, International Journal of Steel Structures 4(4): 197-208.
5 MPa after atmospheric pressure plasma treatment resulting in more than three times improvement in the adhesion properties of the composite joint
after the plasma treatment.
We believe there will come a day when we can make an entire composite joint