Progress in Micromechanical Research of Fracture of Composite Materials

Volume 430

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.430

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Authors: Hideki Sekine, Shoji Kamiya

Abstract: The fiber bridging effect, which affects the crack extension resistance in fibrous composites, is discussed in the case of in-plane-shear...

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Authors: H. Suzuki, Hideki Sekine

Abstract: A probabilistic fracture model is introduced to clarify the influence of the fiber bundle-matrix interfacial condition on the fracture...

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Authors: Makoto Katagiri, Akihiko Kumaki, Yoshito Izumi, H. Suzuki, Hideki Sekine

Abstract: By use of a probabilistic fracture model, a numerical simulation method for deformation and fracture behavior of whisker reinforced ceramics...

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Authors: H. Suzuki, S. Kinugawa, Hideki Sekine

Abstract: On the basis of a micromechanical study, a method for evaluating load carrying capacity of notched CFRP laminates is developed. The damage...

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Authors: Shoji Kamiya, Hideki Sekine

Abstract: Apparent fracture strength of notched fiber-reinforced composite laminates depends on the notch tip radius even if it is evaluated in terms...

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Authors: Hideki Sekine, K. Yamada

Abstract: This paper concerns a micromechanical study of the tensile strength deterioration of short-glass-fiber reinforced thermoplastics by addition...

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Authors: T. Okabe, M Nishikawa, Nobuo Takeda, Hideki Sekine

Abstract: This paper examines the stress distribution around a fiber break in alumina-fiber reinforced aluminum matrix (Al2O3/Al) composites using...

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