There isn't much point bonding and riveting as the two methods can't work together. the bond will rigidly take all the stresses and only if it breaks will the rivets take load - so they'd both need to be designed to take all.. plus rivet placement is likely to be most useful at the critical bonding regions... the best bet with this from my experience (manufacturing composites PhD) would be to make a good bond and try to estimate the peel stresses, using rivets to account for that as more of an anti peel aid and no design then to take load at all
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