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This paper presents a numerical study for the influence of geometry on the damage initiation and growth in the CFRP (Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer) laminated plate of the hybrid metal-composite countersunk bolted joints. A detailed 3D finite element model incorporating material and friction-based contact full nonlinearities is developed to investigate the geometry effects on the failure modes of the hybrid metal-composite bolted joints. The material model for CFRP joint counterpart integratesdoi:10.13111/2066-8201.2020.12.2.3 fatcat:fvhumjgrbvgijlttsec7g2yixu