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Biscaia, Hugo, Rui Micaelo, Carlos Chastre, and João Cardoso. "Cyclic Loading Behaviour of Double Strap Bonded Joints with CFRP and Aluminium." Key Engineering Materials. 774 (2018): 36-41. AbstractWebsite

The adhesively bonded joints behaviour under cyclic loading is not yet well understood due to its inherent complexity. Numerical approaches appear, therefore, as the easiest way to simulate such mechanical behaviour. In this work, double strap bonded joints with Carbon Fibres Reinforced Polymers (CFRP) and aluminium are numerically simulated and subjected to a cyclic loading history. In the numerical simulation, the Distinct Element Method (DEM) is used and it is assumed cohesive bi-linear bond-slip models with local damage of the interface. The evaluation of the bonded joints under cyclic loading is made by comparing the results with those simulated with a monotonic loading.

Ferreira, Adelino, Rui Micaelo, and Ricardo Souza. "Cracking Models for Use in Pavement Maintenance Management." 7th RILEM International Conference on Cracking in Pavements. Springer Netherlands, 2012. 429-439. Abstract
Matos, P., R. Micaelo, and C. Duarte Comportamento do mastique betuminoso a temperaturas elevadas: influência do fíler e do betume. 7º Congresso Rodoviário Português. Lisboa, 2013.
Carl, C., P. Lopes, M. Sá da Costa, G. Canon Falla, S. Leischner, and R. Micaelo. "Comparative study of the effect of long-term ageing on the behaviour of bitumen and mastics with mineral fillers." Construction and Building Materials. 225 (2019): 76-89. AbstractWebsite

This study aims to evaluate the effect of mineral fillers on bitumen ageing. Two different bitumens and four mastics were investigated in the unaged and long-term aged states, based on different properties (consistency, rheology, fatigue resistance and ductility). Mastics stiffened less due to ageing treatment than bitumens, especially with granite filler. However, the results of the performance tests were not definitive regarding the effect of the filler. Aged bitumen showed greater fatigue resistance and higher specific energy of ductile fracture than unaged bitumen, whereas the mastics showed minor variations in the specific energy of ductile fracture with ageing treatment, which is indicative of less ageing, but the fatigue resistance decreased significantly in mastics with one of the bitumens.

Micaelo, Rui, André Santos, and Cátia Duarte Compaction and mixing temperatures of asphalt mixtures with modified bitumen. 5th Congress Eurasphalt & Eurobitume 2012. Istanbul, Turkey, 2012.