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Damage decreases the mechanical characteristics of materials and also modifies their thermal properties. However these modifications can disappear when the microcracks are closed. Wepropose amodel of this phenomenon for the thermomechanical behavior of strongly anisotropic materials. The aim of...
A series of stress corrosion experiments were performed on 12 pultruded glass fiber composite materials (two fibers in six different matrices) commonly used in high voltage composite insulators. In this study two types of glass fibers were investigated, namely E-glass and ECR-glass. The tests...
Atheoretical investigation of initial local buckling and post-buckling behavior of composite I-sections is presented. The equilibrium equation for initial buckling is solved both exactly and with an approximate method, namely, Galerkin’s method. In Galerkin’s method, the out-of-plane...
An experimental investigation was conducted in order to verify the theoretical model described in Part 1 as well as to obtain experimental insight and to generate a database for the post-buckling behavior of composite I-sections. The experiments were performed using a combination of the shadow...
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