The Effects of Fiber Volume Fraction on the Experiment Modal Behavior of 45°/-45° Carbon Fiber Plain Woven Fabric/Epoxy Resin Composites

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The modal properties of carbon fiber woven fabric (with fiber orientation of 45°/-45°) / epoxy resin composites with different fiber volume fraction were studied by using single input and single output free vibration of cantilever beam hammering modal analysis method. The effect of different fiber volume fraction on the modal parameters of laminated composites was analyzed. The experimental results show that with the fiber volume fraction increasing, the natural frequency of laminated composites becomes larger and damping ratio becomes smaller. The fiber volume fraction smaller, the peak value of natural frequency becomes lower and the attenuating degree of acceleration amplitude becomes faster.

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B. Xu and H.Y. Li

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150-153

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Q. Liu et al., "The Effects of Fiber Volume Fraction on the Experiment Modal Behavior of 45°/-45° Carbon Fiber Plain Woven Fabric/Epoxy Resin Composites", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 583, pp. 150-153, 2012

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October 2012

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