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Low velocity impact damage can significantly reduce the residual strength of laminated composites. This kind of damage (mostly delaminations) is very dangerous for the structures because it is not apparent to the naked eye and, in some cases, it can reduce the compressive residual strength up to...
Extensive microstructural evaluations were performed on two titanium matrix composite (TMC) materials to examine any chemical and/or physical differences which explain fatigue crack growth patterns observed in these materials. These examinations included optical microscopy, scanning electron...
The deformation behavior of APC-2 PEEK matrix thermoplastic composite at elevated temperatures was characterized in order to increase the understanding of the mechanics in solid-phase forming of advanced thermoplastic composite structures. Off-axis tension tests were performed to determine the...
Accuracy and computational simplicity are both sine qua non for micro-mechanical models which would be candidates for incorporation in structural analysis treating combined nonlinearities. To date there are a number of micro-models and most of these employ either a square cell or a circular cell...
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