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Buckling of a delaminated region can cause high interlaminar stresses which, in turn, lead to delamination growth. Hence, buckling strain is an important parameter in assessing the potential for strength loss due to the delamination. The objective of this study was to predict the buckling of an...
A conceptually simple mixed mode fracture analysis method is presented for the prediction of tensile matrix failure in composite laminates. The analysis technique, which makes use of a mixed mode strain energy release rate fracture criteria in con junction with an approximate two-dimensional...
A model is presented for predicting reliability of brittle composite structures with complex multiaxial stress states. This model allows all of the stress components to con tribute to the probability of material fracture. The model is applied to an off-axis geometry and to a center through-hole...
Experimental data of the three dimensional problem of impact of a flat strip by a spherical impactor are presented and interpreted qualitatively by comparison with a plane-strain numerical analysis of an infinitely wide plate impacted by a cylindrical im pactor. The role of transverse shear...
An analytical model is developed to assess the compressive strength criticality of near-surface interlaminar defects in laminated composites.
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