Paper Title:
The Study on Buckling Deformation of Composite Pressure Vessel Based on Acoustic Emission Signals
  Abstract

The buckling deformation of the liner within composite pressure vessel is investigated using acoustic emission (AE) signals. The liner will fail with buckling deformation which is casued by compression stress induced by deformation compatibility beween composite layer and the liner. The experimental results show that these high-amplitude signals higher than 80dB are responsible for the buckling deformation of the liner within composite pressure vessel during unloading process.

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Periodical
Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 87-88)
Edited by
Lianxiang Ma, Chuangsheng Wang and Weimin Yang
Pages
445-450
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.87-88.445
Citation
Z. H. Hu, H. J. Liu, R. G. Wang, X. D. He, L. Ma, "The Study on Buckling Deformation of Composite Pressure Vessel Based on Acoustic Emission Signals", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 87-88, pp. 445-450, 2010
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December 2009
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