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Fatigue damage development of various CFRP-laminates

Schulte, Klaus

Fatigue damage development of various CFRP-laminates

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fibrous composites -- Fatigue.,
  • Fibrous composites -- Fracture.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementK. Schulte and Ch. Baron.
    SeriesNASA technical translation -- NASA TT-20247., NASA technical translation -- 20247.
    ContributionsBaron, C., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15399891M

      Proceedings of the American Society for Composites Twenty-Seventh Technical Conference Details This book contains original research papers on all phases of composites, nanocomposites, graphene and smart composites with numerous new reports on testing. Study of fatigue life of glass fibre-zirconia hybrid composites using an ultrasonic technique, International Journal of Fatigue (U.K.), Vol. 9, No.2, , pp. Evaluation of cumulative damage in glass fibre reinforced plastic by ultrasonic method, Bulletin of Materials Science, Vol.9, No.1, , pp. The first part of the book reviews the modeling of viscoelastic and viscoplastic behavior as a way of predicting performance and service life. Part two discusses techniques for modeling creep rupture and failure. The final part of the book addresses ways of testing and predicting long-term creep and fatigue in polymer matrix composites. Summary. Mechanics of Structures and Materials: Advancements and Challenges is a collection of peer-reviewed papers presented at the 24th Australasian Conference on the Mechanics of Structures and Materials (ACMSM24, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia, December ).The contributions from academics, researchers and practising engineers from Australasian, Asia-pacific region and.


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Fatigue damage development of various CFRP-laminates by Schulte, Klaus Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Results of an investigation into damage in an un-notched carbon fibre-epoxy composite laminate subjected to tensile fatigue loading are presented.

The progress of damage, such as cracking in off-axis plies and delamination, was monitored using optical microscopy scanning electron microscope, x-radiography and ultrasonic by: 6.

COMPRESSION FATIGUE FAILURE OF IMPACTED CFRP LAMINATES to those without impact. On the other hand, the AS4/PEEK specimens without impact showed the steeper slope of the S-N curve in comparison with those with impact.

Specimen deformation during fatigue In the case of the unimpacted specimens, any large out-of-plane deflection was not observed. The method of progressive damage modelling has been used to assess fatigue damage accumulation and residual strength of carbon-fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) laminates under fully reversed cyclic.

The method of progressive damage modelling has been used to assess fatigue damage accumulation and residual strength of carbon-fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) laminates under fully reversed cyclic loading (R=σ min /σ max =−1).The accumulation of different damage modes has been assessed, as a function of number of cycles, using a three-dimensional fatigue progressive damage model (FPDM).Cited by: This bound edition presents multiple investigations into various aspects of fatigue in composite materials and structures.

This work is divided into three sections. The first section presents research into various aspects of fatigue modeling, including prediction of fatigue life, fatigue strength and fatigue crack growth rate.

The second section deals primarily with experimental. Specificity of matrix cracking development in CFRP laminates under mechanical or thermal loadings Article in International Journal of Fatigue 24(2) February with 32 Reads.

This paper presents the results of damage accumulation during fatigue loading, estimated through stiffness degradation under constant amplitude and the programmed version of FALSTAFF spectrum loading (Prog FALSTAFF) of [0/90] 8 and quasi isotropic CFRP laminates.

The laminates are prepared by a hand lay up technique; specimens of size mm by Cited by: 2. Fatigue damage development of various CFRP-laminates book   The present paper develops a stiffness-based model to characterize the progressive fatigue damage in quasi-isotropic carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) [90/±45/0] composite laminates with various stacking sequences.

The damage model is constructed based on (i) cracking mechanism and damage progress in matrix (Region I), matrix-fiber interface (Region II) Fatigue damage development of various CFRP-laminates book fiber (Region III) and Cited by: 7. T1 - Quantitative evaluation of fatigue damage growth in CFRP laminates that changes due to applied stress level.

AU - Hosoi, Atsushi. AU - Takamura, Keigo. AU - Sato, Narumichi. AU - Kawada, Hiroyuki. PY - /6/1. Y1 - /6/1Cited by: order to understand the fatigue damage behavior of the CFRP laminates, it is important to properly evaluate the transverse crack behavior. Ultrasonic testing is the most common non-destructive evaluation technique and is useful for detecting such defects as delamination in layers parallel to the surfaceAuthor: Yoichi Nishino, Ryota Kawaguchi, Satoshi Tamaoka, Naoki Ide.

Development of a Benchmark Example for Delamination Fatigue Growth Prediction R. Krueger. Progressive Fatigue Damage Modeling in CFRP Laminates Using an ABAQUS UMAT Approach; R.

Conway and X. Xiao. Fatigue Life Analysis of Composite Joints Using a Wearout Model; G. Li, G. Renaud and N. Bhatt. Modeling Fatigue Damage in Long-Fiber Thermoplastics. / Evaluation of transverse crack initiation in cross-ply CFRP laminates under high-cycle fatigue loading.

7th Asian-Australasian Conference on Composite MaterialsACCM ACCM-7 Organizing Committee, pp. (7th Asian-Australasian Conference on Composite MaterialsACCM ).Author: Keigo Takamura, Atsushi Hosoi, Narumichi Sato, Hiroyuki Kawada. Please cite this article as: Vavouliotis, A., Paipetis, A., Kostopoulos, V., On the fatigue life prediction of CFRP laminates using the Electrical Resistance Change method, Composites Science and Technology (), doi: /itech This is a PDF file of an unedited manuscript that has been accepted for by: CFRP laminates for marine use [2, 3].

3 Characterization of Post-Impact Fatigue A better understanding of post-impact fatigue behavior is very essential for structural reliability of CFRP laminates applied for primary structures, especially under variable amplitude fatigue loading.

Damage growth behavior is observed from the. In-Situ Observation of Damage Evolution in Quasi-Isotropic CFRP Laminates.

In: Fracture, Fatigue, Failure and Damage Evolution, vol. 7, pp. Author: Addis Tessema, Suraj Ravindran, Addis Kidane. development of the damage depends on the maximal static loads, the maximal load over a cycle, and takes into account the amplitude as well as the level of damage involved.

In order to validate the model, various tests were carried out on different laminates and plies. The main forms of the damage mechanism of CFRP laminates are fiber-matrix debonding, intralaminar and interlaminar matrix cracks, and fiber breakage, which propagate while interacting with each other, finally, resulting in the rupture of the laminates, and many fatigue life prediction models, which are based on cumulative damage theory Cited by: 8.

Fatigue damage characteristics have been investigated through the changes in the laminate strength and stiffness by gradually incrementing the fatigue cycles at a preselected load level.

Progressive damage in the surface of the laminate during fatigue has been investigated using cellulose replicas. A three dimensional analysis model is developed on the fatigue life prediction of composite laminates based on a progressive damage analysis. This model consists of stress analysis, fatigue failure analysis and material property degradation.

Teserpe’s failure criteria is used to fatigue damage analysis. Fiber tensile/compressive breakage, matrix tensile/compressive cracking, matrix/fiber Cited by: 2.

Prinz R (), Damage rates for interlaminar failure of fatigue CFRP laminates. In: Fu¨ller J, Gru¨ninger G, Schulte K, Bunsell AR, and Massiah A, (eds), Developments in the science and technology of composite by: materials.

Other advantages of FRPs include low thermal expansion, good fatigue performance and damage tolerance, non-magnetic properties, the ease of transportation and handling, low energy consumption during fabrication of raw material and structure, and the potential for real time monitoring.

Perhaps the biggest advantage of FRPs is File Size: 2MB. Fatigue damage development of various CFRP-laminates [microform] / K.

Schulte and Ch. Baron; Impact behavior of fibrous composites and metal substructures / A.J. Gustafson, G. Shek Ng, G.T. Singley Dynamic stress analysis of smooth and notched fiber composite flexural specimens [microform] /. @article{osti_, title = {Damage mechanisms characterization of carbon fiber/epoxy composite laminates by both electrical resistance measurements and acoustic emission analysis}, author = {Ceysson, O and Salvia, M and Vincent, L}, abstractNote = {Carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP) offer high specific mechanical properties (performance vs weight ratio).

The behavior of transverse crack growth and delamination growth under high-cycle fatigue loadings was investigated with cross-ply CFRP laminates, [0/90 2] s and [0/90 6] s, and quasi-isotropic CFRP laminates, [45/0//90] a result, it was observed that the behavior of damage growth was different depending on the applied stress by: This paper describes the experimental results of a set of fatigue tests performed on T carbon fiber / epoxy resin laminates cured in autoclave.

The effects of anisotropy in laminates lay up have been investigated, as well as the influence of circular hole notches, for both the case of tensile and compressive loading conditions. Due to the high slenderness of specimens, that have the ASTM Author: Giangiacomo Minak, Piero Morelli.

Structural Health Monitoring From System Integration to Autonomous Systems. Editor: Fu-Kuo Chang, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University. Proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, SeptemberHowever, in the case of CFRP laminates visual inspection and X-radiography do not recognize the damage areas and lead to spurious results.

In such cases, UT-‘A-Scan’ is the only method to discern dam-age. Damage area increases up to fracture point (perforation) and thereafter the area does not increase with increase in impact energy. damage of CFRP laminates with twodamage of CFRP laminates with two types of different ply-thickness Hiroshi Saito1, Mitsuhiro Morita2, Hiroki Takeuchi3, Mototsugu Tanaka, Isao Kimpara1 1 Research Laboratory for Integrated Technologica l Systems, Kanazawa Institute of Technology 2 Graduate Student, Kanazawa Institute of Technology 3 Sakai Ovex.

The results for the predicted damage patterns using the nonlocal approach are encouraging and qualitatively agree with the experimental observations. The predictive performance of the proposed numerical model is assessed through comparisons with available instrumented impact test results on a class of carbon-fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP Cited by: Analysis of Nonproportional Multiaxial Fatigue Test Data of Various Aluminum Alloys Using a New Damage Parameter Jifa Mei and Pingsha Dong A Theory for Mathematical Framework and Fatigue Damage Function for the S-N Plane Hoda Eskandari and Ho Sung Kim Verification and Validation of Accelerated Testing Methods for Fatigue Life Assessment.

To simulate the actual damage caused by corrosion and the expansion of fatigue cracks, several researchers intentionally created notches of different geometry in midspan or other positions on the tension flange of the beams (Figure 1(a)).In addition, the notch assists like a stress concentrator [] in the damage-sensitive regions [38, 39] to commence a vertical crack at the steel by: Fatigue test results – MVF All configurations show very early damage initiation by cracks in Ti-sheets; fatigue limit (initiation) is only ~25% of the static strength.

For the larger specimens, damage growth slows down and usually comes to a halt. 27 0 1 10 Pa] Number of cycles [-]. Fatigue Performance of CFRP Strengthened RC Beams under Environmental Conditioning and Sustained Load Mahmut Ekenel1 and John J. Myers, 2 Abstract: Carbon fiber-reinforced polymers CFRPs have become increasingly important in recent years in bridge rehabilitation.

Significant research has been done on the static behavior of CFRP-strengthened reinforced concrete RC. With the advancement of testing tools, the ability to characterize mechanical properties of fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) composites under extreme loading scenarios has allowed designers to use these materials in high-level applications more confidently.

Conventionally, impact characterization of composite materials is studied via nondestructive techniques such as ultrasonic C-scanning Cited by: 5. An investigation into damage onset is presented for unidirectional CFRP laminates which contain fiber discontinuities.

Complex carbon fiber composite geometry manufactured using prepregs accompanies fiber discontinuities that result from prepreg cutting. Unidirectional CFRP laminates with 2, 4 and 6-ply discontinuity out of 8 plies are loaded.

reinforced polymer) has significantly increased in various sectors like aerospace, marine, automotive and sporting goods as a result of their high strength, light weight and excellent formability.

But they are also prone to damage like delamination, debonding, matrix crack, fiber break while in service. zone resembles a fatigue crack in metals.

Due to its crack-like appearance the authors [7] modelled the damage zone at the edges of the hole as a through-thickness crack (line-crack) with no traction on the crack surfaces. The model, applied to biaxial loading, is based on the two following criteria: i) Stable crack growth: Prediction of stable.

Rate effect for impact damage initiation in CFRP laminates W.J. Stronge and S.A. Matemilola Cambridge University, Engineering Department, Cambridge CB2 1PZ, U.K. Résumé: L'impact d'une petite masse sur une plaque en fibre de carbon laminé, à des vitesses moyennes (jusqu'à ms-1) induit trois types de fractures: des longues fentes, des.

The development and growth of the delamination-intralayer crack system is examined under axial compressive cyclic (fatigue) loading. A study of the results indicate different behavior for the intralayer crack formation depending on the composite material configuration and the position of the delamination through the thickness of the specimen.

This encyclopedia, written by authoritative experts under the guidance of an international panel of key researchers from academia, national laboratories, and industry, is a comprehensive reference covering all major aspects of metallurgical science and engineering of aluminum and its alloys.

Topics covered include extractive metallurgy, powder metallurgy (including processing), physical Author: George Nadim Melhem.Angelidis, N., Kheniri, N., and Irving, P.E. () Experimental and finite element study of the electrical potential technique for damage detection in CFRP laminates, Smart Mater Struct 14 (1), – This book includes selected technical papers presented at the First Structural Integrity Conference and Exhibition (SICE).

The papers, by eminent scientists and academicians working in the areas of structural integrity, life prediction, and condition monitoring, are classified under the domains of: aerospace, fracture mechanics, fatigue, creep-fatigue interactions, civil structures.