Compression-after-Impact Testing of CFRP Laminates Subjected to Simulated Lightning Damage Monitored by Acoustic Emission

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CFRP laminates made of nano-particles-coated carbon fibers and damaged by a simulated lightning strike were tested under the compression-after-impact (CAI) mode, during which the damage progression was monitored by acoustic emission (AE). The effects of nano-particles coating on the degree of lightning-damage and the mechanical integrity of composite structures damaged by lightning strikes have been evaluated in terms of AE activities.

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Jing Guo

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73-76

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O. Y. Kwon and J. H. Shin, "Compression-after-Impact Testing of CFRP Laminates Subjected to Simulated Lightning Damage Monitored by Acoustic Emission", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 224, pp. 73-76, 2012

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