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With the use of a recursive technique, this paper presents an overall comparison of laminate theories based on displacement hypothesis. A generalized polynominal form is used to unify the displacement hypothesis. Both theories available in the literature and inferable from the existing theories...
In this paper, through the morphological study of surface-treated samples and by using the well-known Halpin-Tsai equations, the aspect ratio and the elastic modulus of the shear-induced fibers from a thermotropic liquid crystalline polymer (LCP, Vectra A950) in a polycarbonate (PC) matrix were...
Recently, several studies have concluded that the variational method of Nairn is the best among the available analytical models for predicting the stress fields in and around an isolated short fibre embedded in a polymer matrix. However, the variational method is not exact and has several...
A study on predicting the joint strength of mechanical fasteners has been performed. However bearing failure that is most important failure mode for designing joints has not been taken into consideration. So in this study, the prediction method in consideration with bearing failure was examined....
Environmental factors are of extreme importance with respect to the ser-vice life of composite components based on polymeric engineering matrices. Part I deals with the role of matrix ductility and chemical environmental degradation on the composites mechanical properties. Part II is concerned...
The creep and damage behavior of GRP filament wound pipes are investigated as a function of the resin ductility. To predict the life time of pipes under low pressure levels and hygrothermal conditions, different methods based on the experimental data and approximations have been used. All these...
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