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Two phase composites, which consist in a magnesium matrix reinforced with either Mg 2 Si, C, Si C aligned long fibres or A1 2 0 3 short fibres have been processed. These lightweight composites exhibit a damping capacity which is 10 to 100 times higher than the one of an industrial magnesium cast...
Transverse mechanical properties of CFRP laminates have been studied by use of our proposed method and its validity first obtaining the static transverse shear modulus and strain has been able to confirm our former paper (Byon, Tanimoto and Hashimoto, 1997). In this paper, the proposed method is...
Filled hole-based compression allowable strengths for carbon/epoxy laminates are not widely used in airframe design, due to a lack of understanding of geometryrelated effects and failure mechanisms. The effects of fastener hole-filling, hole clearance, and clamp-up torque upon the filled hole...
Analytical formulations based on material responses of "anisotropic viscoelastic designer materials" developed in the present paper prescribe what type of optimal anisotropic viscoelastic materials are to be manufactured to meet specific service requirements of loading, moisture and temperatures...
The fiber-matrix interface can play an important role in the performance of a composite, and consequently, it has been the subject of considerable study. One of the experiments often used to characterize the strength or quality of the interface is the single-fiber fragmentation test. The models...
The paper presents novel 3-D variational approach aimed at analyzing crack propagation in adhesively bonded composite joints. The analysis is based on the 3-D mosaic model of a composite body allowing for step-wise material property variations in all three coordinate directions, and variational...
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