Bending Calculus for Bio-Composite Sandwich Beams with Two Equal Consoles

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Aeronautic industries, medicine, automotive industries are domains in which the composite materials are very important. In orthopedics and orthodontist domains, titanium and its alloys are very used, because their mechanical properties are similar to bone tissue. Bio-composite sandwich beams have high stiffness in flexion and good thermal characteristics. The analytical calculus for bending bio-composite beams is very important. We calculate the arrows for sandwich beams for two aspects: first – beam in four kinds of alloys (titanium alloys, stainless steel, aluminum alloys, Co-Cr-Mo alloys) and second – bio-composite sandwich beam, composed of two equal layers in same alloys and heart in: polyurethane foam, polystyrene foam, epoxide, phenolic, polyester, polyamides, balsa 1 and balsa 2 and compare its.

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Adrian Olaru

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46-51

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M. S. Tripa et al., "Bending Calculus for Bio-Composite Sandwich Beams with Two Equal Consoles", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 859, pp. 46-51, 2017

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December 2016

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