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Axial compression tests were performed on debonded sandwich composites made of graphite/epoxy face-sheets and aramid fiber honeycomb core. The sandwich beams were manufactured using a vacuum bagging process. The face-sheet and the sandwich beam were cocured. Delamination between one of the...
Filament wound curved composite parts which are autoclave cured tend to exhibit \"spring-in,\" a permanent deformation due to residual stresses (Stover, 1993). Spring-in is the tendency of a circular part to reduce it's radius of curvature upon radial cutting. The causes of spring-in and the...
In this article, an investigation of the through-thickness coefficients of hygrothermal expansion for a general class of randomly-oriented composite laminate is presented. A simple random statistical analysis has been used to demonstrate that under certain conditions, for instance, a laminate...
Recently, aerostatic bearing systems are widely used in various fields in which high precision and high speed are required because of their advantages such as low friction and low heat generation. However, the aerostatic bearing systems have low radial and axial stiffnesses and poor damping...
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