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An approach to construct the stress (or load) vs. cycles curve for composite structures under constant amplitude loading is presented. The approach is based on the assumption that the cycles to failure are a function of the probability of failure during any given cycle. In this first...
Most of the research on the fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) bar reinforced structures employed glass FRP (GFRP) bars. The results of tests, which were conducted on the carbon FRP (CFRP) bar reinforced concrete beams, are reported in this article. The beams reinforced with conventional steel rods...
A combined thermal-structural analysis methodology based on finite element modeling is developed for the analysis of composite structures exposed to high temperatures due to fire. A simplified heat transfer model proposed by Lattimer is adopted for the thermal response model to determine...
This article introduces an iterative model to predict the fatigue behavior of fiber reinforced laminated composites under general loading conditions. The model simulates the damage progress and subsequent material property degradation of composite laminates and predicts their fatigue life by...
A non-linear finite element model is presented for the analysis of simply supported reinforced concrete beams. Cracked concrete is considered as an orthotropic material and the crack formation is simulated as smeared cracks. A rotating crack method is employed based on the total strain crack...
Fiber reinforced polymer composites are known to generally possess high strength and attractive wear resistance in dry sliding conditions involving adhesion transfer or fatigue. How such composites perform in abrasive wear situations needs a proper understanding. Hence, in this study, three-body...
The effect of internal stress on the coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) of the high volume fraction Al/SiC p composite was calculated and studied in a temperature range from 298 to 673 K. The results show that the CTE of composite rises slowly to a maximum value at about 530 K and then...
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