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Inconsistency of expressions for energy release rate for delamination ( G ) of end-notched-flexure (ENF) specimen is presented. The paper identifies the source of the inconsistency, and shows that based on Timoshenko beam theory, value of G should not depend on the shear modulus of the fibre...
Monolithic stitched composite materials successfully inspired the addition of transverse reinforcements in the case of sandwich structures. Indeed, the gains are undeniable in term of ultimate stress and of modulus regarding the principal mechanical tests practiced on sandwich (bending, shearing...
During heating of moisture saturated polymer composites that are damaged and has an interconnected pore network, the water from the damaged composite evaporates into the interconnected pore network and induces pore vapor pressure as it escapes out of the material. The model proposed by Sullivan...
Poly(hydroxy ether of bisphenol A) (Ph) based polymer nanocomposites (PN) reinforced with a layered clay (montmorillonite) with three organic modifications that differed in polarity and molecular weight were prepared by melt intercalation. The best dispersion occurred in the PN where the...
A non-classical, energy release rate based approach is applied to predict delamination growth in four different graphite reinforced laminated polymeric matrix composites, and the results are compared to those obtained using classical, linear elastic fracture mechanics. Both methods predict...
Edge delamination onset on composite laminate was investigated for a carbon/epoxy G947/M18 composite material. On the edge of laminates, out-of-plane stresses arise, even up to material failure. Layer thickness is also known as influencing delamination onset stress. Making use of (i) a...
This article has been retracted at the request of the Editor-in-Chief. Please see http://www.elsevier.com/locate/withdrawalpolicy . Reason: This article is virtually identical to another article published by the same authors: “Carbon/Vinyl Ester Composites for Enhanced Performance in Marine...
The ASTM D3518/D3518M-94(2001) Standard Test Method for “In-plane shear response of polymer matrix composite materials by tensile test of a ±45° laminate” is based on the uni-axial tensile stress–strain response of a ±45° composite laminate which is symmetrically laminated about the...
The effect of clay chemistries and sources on the processing and properties of the nanocomposites made therefrom has been studied. A number of nanocomposites were prepared using different types of clay by melt processing using a Brabender plasticorder. Various analysis techniques were used to...
The electrical and thermal conductivities of epoxy composites containing 0.005–0.5 wt% of single-walled (SWNTs) or multi-walled (MWNTs) carbon nanotubes have been studied. The MWNT composites had an electrical percolation threshold of <0.005 wt%, whereas the thermal conductivity of the same...
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