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The objective of this paper is to demonstrate the effects of hybridization on the static and dynamic behavior of pultruded composite rods subjected to a torsional mode of deformation. Candidate materials that were tested included cylindrical composites made from unidirectional glass and graphite...
By using high conductivity carbon fibers in a graphitizable carbon matrix, very high values for the thermal conductivity of a composite can be obtained in the direction parallel to the fibers. The carbon matrix of this material exhibits anisotropy and is oriented in the direction of the fibers....
Previous research works identified the effects of cooling rate, testing speed and tube geometry on the energy absorption behavior of carbon fiber reinforced polyether-ether-ketone (carbon/PEEK) composite tubes. One of the objectives of this work is to optimize the energy absorption capability of...
The influence of the fiber-matrix interphase on the tensile behavior of unidirectional Nicalon fiber-reinforced CAS-II glass-ceramic matrix composite has been investigated. The failure strain decreases at high temperatures (1000°C) to a value comparable to the matrix cracking strain. The...
This paper presents the results of an experimental study conducted on a class of three-dimensional braided graphite-epoxy composites as well as the results of a modeling study to relate the microstructural variables such as volume fraction of fibers and braid angles to the anisotropic elastic...
Closed-form expressions of three-dimensional effective moduli of symmetric laminates, which are based on the assumption of constant in-plane strains and constant interlaminar stresses through the thickness, had been proposed by Chou and Carleone (1972) and later re-proposed by Sun and Li (1988)....
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