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The compression after impact (CAI) strength of fully orthotropic composite laminates with up to 21 plies is presented, as analysed by an existing strip model. Candidate layups, which can be symmetric, anti-symmetric or non-symmetric, are preselected to exhibit no elastic coupling response, with...
Self-monitoring aligned MWCNT loaded PET composites, with different CNT content, were prepared via twin-screw extrusion starting from a PET/MWCNT masterbatch, and fully characterized. All electrically conductive samples showed self-monitoring ability, i.e. a variation in electrical resistance as...
In this study, the manufacturing of core-sheath hybrid yarns consisting of steel fibres and glass filament yarn (GFY) using a friction spinning technique and their usability for failure prediction in composites is reported. With the DREF-2000 friction spinning technique, it is possible to...
A surface-mounted chirped fibre Bragg grating (CFBG) sensor has been used for the first time to monitor delamination growth within a composite material (a transparent, unidirectionally reinforced glass fibre/epoxy resin double-cantilever beam (DCB) specimen). The specimens were tested using a...
A computational study on the effect of nanocomposite structures on the elastic properties is carried out with the use of the 3D voxel based model of materials and the combined Voigt–Reuss method. A hierarchical voxel based model of a material reinforced by an array of exfoliated and...
The performance of epoxy resins used for carbon fibre reinforced plastics can be significantly improved by the incorporation of nanoparticles. It is well known that the effect of material altering depends on many factors as filler material, particle distribution, particle size and shape. This...
The characterisation of the damage state of composite structures is often performed using the acoustic behaviour of the composite system. This behaviour is expected to change significantly as the damage is accumulating in the composite. It is indisputable that different damage mechanisms are...
Selected mode I fatigue data from five different types of fiber-reinforced, polymer–matrix composites tested in two round robins organized by the American Society for Testing and Materials subcommittee D30.06 and European Structural Integrity Society Technical Committee 4, respectively, are...
We report our experimental results of a hybrid which has both the cooling-responsive shape memory effect (SME) and water-responsive SME. The hybrid is designed based on the concept of shape memory hybrid (SMH), and is made of a plastic sponge (as elastic component) filled with Poloxamer 407...
In this paper, the phase-field oxidation mechanism of ultra-high temperature ZrB 2 /SiC ceramics is investigated theoretically. Firstly, a phase-field model is developed to analyze the oxidation behaviors of multiphase materials. Secondly, the evolutions of the porosity and the oxidation stress...
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