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Experimental and numerical dataset of Microbond test using optical fibres for strain. / Dsouza, R.; Antunes, P.; Kakkonen, M.; Jokinen, J.; Sarlin, E.; Kallio, P.; Kanerva, M.

In: Data in Brief, Vol. 31, 106017, 13.07.2020.

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title = "Experimental and numerical dataset of Microbond test using optical fibres for strain",
abstract = "This data article provides useful information often required for numerical modeling of the so-called microbond tests. It includes the experimental and simulation data of the microbond testing using Fibre Bragg Grating (FBG) fibres for optical strains. Microbond testing was performed on five different droplets of varying embedded length and diameter to collect the data. Finite element simulation was carried out and modelling was validated, by using two variables force and strain, to collect the data. The output data of the fitted models is given and is also visualized via graphs of force-strain derivative curves. The data of the simulations is provided for different finite element mesh densities. Here, to clarify the type and form of the data for the use by readers, the energy distribution curves describing various functionalities of the droplet, fibre and interface are presented. For further reading, the interpretation and analysis of this data can be found in a research article titled “3D interfacial debonding during microbond testing: Advantages of local strain recording” (R. Dsouza et al., 2020) [1].",
keywords = "Optical fibres, Finite element analysis (FEA), Cohesive Zone Modelling, Debonding, Interface",
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T1 - Experimental and numerical dataset of Microbond test using optical fibres for strain

AU - Dsouza, R.

AU - Antunes, P.

AU - Kakkonen, M.

AU - Jokinen, J.

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AU - Kallio, P.

AU - Kanerva, M.

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KW - Debonding

KW - Interface

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