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A design study of a multilayered spherical composite pressure vessel is presented. Layers of the vessel are composed of quasi-isotropic lay-ups of composite laminae. For the stress analysis layers are assumed to be homogeneous, having the three- dimensional properties equivalent to that of the...
A methodology for the viscoelastic analysis of filament-wound polymer matrix composites is developed and demonstrated. The procedure uses the elastic- viscoelastic correspondence principle with standard micromechanics models to obtain the viscoelastic properties of the composite. For global...
This paper investigates the effect of fiber waviness on the behavior of carbon-epoxy composites. A theoretical elastic model is developed to predict lamina modulus of elasticity as a function of fiber waviness and is used in an incremental loading scheme to predict the general stress-strain...
Recent progress in the science of composite materials has resulted in the introduction of multiphase composites, in which the reinforcement may be an inorganic material, metal, carbon (or any other substance) and the matrix, a high-strength polymer. For better adhesion of the main phases a...
The response behavior of an orthotropic laminated composite weakened by matrix cracking and delamination under mechanical loading is modeled herein by a com prehensive theory within the general framework of damage mechanics. The two different damage modes of matrix cracking and interply...
Failure prediction of off axis loaded fiber composite laminae are given, according to a failure criterion for generally anisotropic solids introduced by the authors. The failure condition used assumes that for any anisotropic solid a safe triaxial loading path exists, namely the hydrostatic...
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