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Caiazzo, A.A., Materials Sciences Corp, Fort Washington, United States
Sullivan, B.J., Materials Sciences Corp, Fort Washington, United States
Rosen, B.W., Materials Sciences Corp, Fort Washington, United States
It is well known that a variety of factors have an influence on the compression strength of unidirectional organic matrix composites. For example, for failure as a result of microfilament buckling, the strength can be shown to be directly related to both the matrix shear stiffness as well as the fiber volume fraction. Other factors can also have a significant effect on the compression strength. These include the presence of a fiber/matrix interface, the degree of fiber misalignment, compression strain-to-failure of the fibers, and the nonlinear stiffness of the matrix material. Recent experimental results have led to the definition of parameters which can be used in performing analyses capable of determining the most significant microstructural and micromechanical aspects of the compression strength of carbon fiber composites. Mathematical models which utilize both closed form analytical techniques as well as approximate finite element methods have been constructed to assess the effects of interphases, nonlinear matrix stiffness, a distribution of fiber misalignments representative of actual composites, and the compression strain-to-failure of carbon fibers. Comparisons of calculated strengths and failure modes with available data have been made to verify the analytical approach.
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Analysis of micromechanical and microstructural effects on compression behavior of unidirectional composites
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Caiazzo, A.A., Materials Sciences Corp, Fort Washington, United States
Sullivan, B.J., Materials Sciences Corp, Fort Washington, United States
Rosen, B.W., Materials Sciences Corp, Fort Washington, United States
Analysis of micromechanical and microstructural effects on compression behavior of unidirectional composites
It is well known that a variety of factors have an influence on the compression strength of unidirectional organic matrix composites. For example, for failure as a result of microfilament buckling, the strength can be shown to be directly related to both the matrix shear stiffness as well as the fiber volume fraction. Other factors can also have a significant effect on the compression strength. These include the presence of a fiber/matrix interface, the degree of fiber misalignment, compression strain-to-failure of the fibers, and the nonlinear stiffness of the matrix material. Recent experimental results have led to the definition of parameters which can be used in performing analyses capable of determining the most significant microstructural and micromechanical aspects of the compression strength of carbon fiber composites. Mathematical models which utilize both closed form analytical techniques as well as approximate finite element methods have been constructed to assess the effects of interphases, nonlinear matrix stiffness, a distribution of fiber misalignments representative of actual composites, and the compression strain-to-failure of carbon fibers. Comparisons of calculated strengths and failure modes with available data have been made to verify the analytical approach.
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