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The mathematical theory of inverse problems deals with parameter identification in quantitative models. Applied to resin transfer molding, inverse problems are concerned with the determination of permeability, viscosity, porosity, conductivity and flow resistance from experimental or process...
A homogenized analytic model for average moisture uptake in composite laminates containing periodically distributed matrix-cracks is presented. It is shown that the model, compared to FE-calculations, well decribes moisture absorption in a cross-ply composite laminate containing periodically...
A simple analytical model is presented to describe crack propagation in stitched laminated Double Cantilever Beam (DCB) specimens. The stitches are smeared and modeled as continuous cohesive springs, which are assumed to be linear-elastic until final failure. Timoshenko beam theory is used to...
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