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Analysis and experiments on quasi-unidirectional and angle-ply laminate end-notched flexure specimens are presented. The analysis is based on laminated beam theory incorporating first-order shear deformation theory. Compliance and strain-energy release rate determined for relatively thin...
Results are presented from a theoretical study on failure-locus prediction for unidirectional FRP laminae under complex in-plane loading, taking into account statistical aspects of the basic strengths of the material. The purpose of the analysis is to establish simple rules and methodologies for...
This paper summarizes a study aimed at understanding the postbuckling behaviour and progressive failure of thin, simply supported symmetric rectangular laminates with various possible in-plane boundary conditions and under the action of in-plane shear loads. First-order shear deformation theory...
The objective of this paper is to present an experimental assessment of the effects of boundary conditions on the strain field in 10° off-axis tensile tests on unidirectional carbon/epoxy composites. It is shown experimentally by using a whole-field phase stepped grid technique that oblique...
A new methodology for the analysis of failure modes in composite materials by means of acoustic emission techniques has been developed. A single-carbon-fiber composite based on a polyester matrix, has been used as a simple model. The occurrence of fiber-breakage during tensile loading tests has...
A series of mechanical tests have been performed on composites consisting of high-strength carbon fibres in an amine-cured epoxy resin. A comparison has been made between composites containing untreated, commercially treated (electrochemically), and plasma treated fibres. While both treatments...
Short-fiber-reinforced polymers (SFRP) are very attractive because of their ease of fabrication, relatively low cost and mechanical properties which are superior to those of relevant polymer resins. Owing to the partial orientation distribution of the fibers in final components, SFRP composites...
Raman and luminescence spectroscopy have been used for the first time to determine the interface fracture energy for single-fibre composites. By using the measured fibre stress distributions in single-fibre fragmentation composite specimens and a simple energy-balance scheme, the energy for the...
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