Papers by Author: Shi Lin Yan

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Authors: Chun Xia Li, Zhi Sheng Ding, Shi Lin Yan
Abstract: The balanced reinforcement ratio of FRP-reinforced concrete members and the flexural capacity under two different failure modes (concrete crushing and FRP rupture) are established, based on the analysis on flexural capacity of steel-reinforced concrete members in current concrete code. The effect of material properties on the balanced ratio, the variation of flexural capacity with different reinforcement ratio and a simplified nominal flexural capacity under FRP-rupture failure are derived.
Authors: Shi Lin Yan, Wen Tao Li, Shao Peng Wu, Ling Pang
Abstract: The research on the conductive asphalt concrete(CAC) is to melt snow and ice on the pavement and improve the property of skid resistance. However, research at present mainly focuses on the electrical property not on the fatigue behavior which is also important to the application of CAC in the future. The specific rheological model is developed and the relation between creep and fatigue is investigated in this paper. By the single axial static creep test, the existed rheological model (Burgers model) and method of regression, the creep deformation of asphalt concrete is measured with time and parameters of the model are obtained. The results indicate that strain increases quickly with increasing time at initial loading phase, and then the change of strain tend to a stable value in a constant load. At unloading phase, strain decreases immediately and then keep another stable value which was greater than zero. The addition of conductive fillers improves the elastic properties and has no significant influence to the viscosity of asphalt concrete. In addition, the fatigue life can be predicted by the parameters of the Burgers model. The addition of conductive fillers improves energy dissipated, which leads to shorter fatigue life of conductive asphalt concrete compared to the control at levels of longer fatigue life.
Authors: Shi Lin Yan, Fei Yan, Zhong Jiang Feng
Abstract: This paper do the research of molding process, experimental study, numerical simulation for carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) sandwich structure under an aircraft ditching model. The model is simultaneous restricted to the weight and strength requirements. Choosing three types of expandable polystyrene (EPS) foam, testing their properties in different kinds of conditions: density, thickness of the core, layer. By the experiment to verify the design, we can gain the optimized layer, thickness of the core and parameters. This project can provide the basis to the design of manufacturing, process parameters and weight control for CFRP sandwich structure on aircraft ditching model.
Authors: Shi Lin Yan, Fei Yan, Zhong Qi Qiu
Abstract: During the resin flow of Resin Transfer Molding, the permeability of fiber performs is an important parameter, which reflects the interaction between the resin and fiber. In this paper the Darcy’s law was used as the fundamentals to determine the permeability of fiber performs, an experiment installation was designed, and do some experimental study on the one-dimensional permeability of resin in the multilayer fibrous plaids at a constant flow rate. The installation was designed base on condition of different flow rates and different fiber volumes (or porosity), and compared the results of the permeability of different flow rates. Then analyzed the results, and some content conclusions were obtained.
Authors: Chun Xia Li, Shi Lin Yan
Abstract: Based on the non-linearity stress strain relation of concrete, the cracking moment of plain flexural concrete member is established, and the flexural capacity of concrete beams reinforced with FRP bars is also obtained under FRP rupture-controlled failure. To prevent FRP rupture failure upon concrete cracking, the minimum reinforcement ration should be derived from simplified calculation, which may provide some theoretic guidance on design and construction for concrete structure reinforced with FRP bars.
Authors: Chun Xia Li, Zhi Sheng Ding, Shi Lin Yan, Jun Ming Chen
Abstract: Based on the experimental result of the flexure capability of reinforced concrete beams strengthened by carbon fiber sheets, the stress distribution changes only after steel yielding and carbon fiber sheets function better. However serious the extent of the damage is before strengthened, the tensile strain of main steel reaches about 1.6 times of the yield strain for the secondary grade of steel as failure happens. To satisfy the object reliability indicator, reliability is analyzed using the ratio of the steel strain at the balanced failure to the yield strain as variable to obtain its optimum value, which is coincide with the experimental result, and makes better consistency between calculated reliability indicator and object reliability indicator.
Authors: Yong Jing Lee, Shi Lin Yan, Xin Ye, Zhong Jiang Feng
Abstract: Most of the mold-filling simulation theories for RTM were based on Darcy law and combined with mass conservation equation. Considering the unsaturated region in the experiment, the followings have been done in this paper: (1) first, explaining this un-saturated phenomenon as a sink effect, and amending the saturated filling mold by introducing a sink term to the mass constant equation; (2) second, achieving a simple 1d mold’s unsaturated simulation of the filling process through the compiled software pore-flow.
Authors: Shi Lin Yan, Yong Jing Lee, De Quan Lee, Fei Yan, Jun Xia Wang
Abstract: This paper uses FLOTRAN to estimate the resin flow permeability of fiber tow in RTM. Nine models of different fractions varies from 0.4~0.75 have been built, and the random process of the fiber’s distribution is realized by APDL code. The results show that the dispersion of fiber determines the fluid flow channels, which effect the pressure and velocity’s distribution; the FLOTRAN can be used to estimate the transverse permeability of the fiber bundles.
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