Paper Title:
The Effect of Splicing Shape and Interval Length on the Failure Mode of Laminated Composites under Tensile Condition
  Abstract

This paper presents an experimental investigation on the failure modes of glass fiber reinforced 2D woven fabric with ladder splicing laminate composites. On the basis of [0/0/+45/90/-45/90]s ply sequence, six kinds of laminated performs with different splicing interval lengths which were 4mm, 8mm, 12mm respectively and two different splicing shape which were ladder splicing and double vertical line splicing, and a kind of laminated perform with continuous laminates of 2D glass fiber woven fabric were made. By means of RTM molding technology, the technological parameters of RTM processing were designed as follows: injection temperature was 25°C, injection duration time was 180min and injection pressure was 0.4MPa, the epoxy resin based 2D glass fiber woven fabric RTM laminated specimen were prepared. According to the GB/T 1447-2005 and GB/T 1449-2005standard test method, the failure modes of 2D glass fiber woven fabric laminated RTM specimen were tested. Results show that the failure modes of laminate composites manifest as rapid damage in the form of line inlay mode and wedge shape mode at 4mm interval length condition, and accumulating failure in the form of inlay layer slippage - fiber pulled out mode and fiber fracture - splicing layer deboning mode at 12mm interval length. Otherwise, all fracture position of splicing laminates occurs at the site of splicing line because of the concentration of tensile stress.

  Info
Periodical
Edited by
Ran Chen
Pages
2922-2925
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.44-47.2922
Citation
G. L. Zhang, F. Y. Wang, J. L. Li, G. W. Chen, L. Chen, "The Effect of Splicing Shape and Interval Length on the Failure Mode of Laminated Composites under Tensile Condition", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 44-47, pp. 2922-2925, 2011
Online since
December 2010
Export
Price
$32.00
Share

In order to see related information, you need to Login.

In order to see related information, you need to Login.

Authors: Joon Hyun Lee, Jeong Guk Kim
Abstract:The fracture behavior of Nicalon fiber reinforced calcium aluminosilicate (CAS) glass-ceramic matrix composites (Nicalon/CAS) was...
825
Authors: Li Wei Xu, Y.D Huang, Li Liu
Materials Engineering
Abstract:The effect of physical properties on the interfacial adhesion properties of fiber reinforced nylon66 composites have been investigated in...
2221
Authors: Ye Tian, Mei Jia Guo, Jian She Zhang, Yu Cheng Li, Dong Xing Zhang, Di Hong Li, Hai Ying Xiao, Jin Jia
Composites
Abstract:Three-ply Kevlar fiber/epoxy composites used as static ring of ship propeller were manufactured by winding molding. The density of the...
331
Authors: Jian Yong Feng, Jian Chun Zhang, Hua Zhang
Chapter 14: Thin Films
Abstract:The oil filter materials are frequently subjected to abrading and all kinds of friction and making the materials suffered from...
2393
Authors: Ying Cao, Li Pan
Chapter 2: Materials Science
Abstract:In the present investigation, resin transfer molding has been used to produce high quality carbon fiber epoxy composites and...
753