Failure Criteria in Fibre-Reinforced-Polymer Composites. The by M.J. Hinton, A.S. Kaddour and P.D. Soden (Eds.)

By M.J. Hinton, A.S. Kaddour and P.D. Soden (Eds.)

Content material:
Preface

, Pages v-vi, M.J. Hinton, P.D. Soden, A.S. Kaddour
About the editors

, Page vii
Chapter 1.1 - The world-wide failure workout: Its starting place, inspiration and content

, Pages 2-28, M.J. Hinton, A.S. Kaddour, P.D. Soden
Chapter 2.1 - Lamina homes, lay-up configurations and loading stipulations for a number fibre strengthened composite laminates

, Pages 30-51, P.D. Soden, M.J. Hinton, A.S. Kaddour
Chapter 2.2 - Biaxial attempt effects for energy and deformation of various E-glass and carbon fibre bolstered composite laminates: Failure workout benchmark data

, Pages 52-96, P.D. Soden, M.J. Hinton, A.S. Kaddour
Chapter 3.1 - Prediction of composite laminate fracture: Micromechanics and revolutionary fracture

, Pages 98-120, P.K. Gotsis, C.C. Chamis, L. Minnetyan
Chapter 3.2 - Failure standards to be used within the layout environment

, Pages 121-139, G.C. Eckold
Chapter 3.3 - Stress-based Grant-Sanders technique for predicting failure of composite laminates

, Pages 140-156, E.C. Edge
Chapter 3.4 - Predicting transverse crack formation in cross-ply laminates

, Pages 157-178, L.N. McCartney
Chapter 3.5 - Predictions of the unique and truncated maximum-strain failure versions for definite fibrous composite laminates

, Pages 179-218, L.J. Hart-Smith
Chapter 3.6 - Predictions of a generalized maximum-shear-stress failure criterion for definite fibrous composite laminates

, Pages 219-263, L.J. Hart-Smith
Chapter 3.7 - Failure research of FRP laminates through bodily dependent phenomenological models

, Pages 264-297, A. Puck, H. Schürmann
Chapter 3.8 - Prediction of laminate failure with the Rotem failure criterion

, Pages 298-315, A. Rotem
Chapter 3.9 - Prediction of failure envelopes and stress/strain habit of composite laminates

, Pages 316-333, C.T. sunlight, Jianxin Tao
Chapter 3.10 - A revolutionary quadratic failure criterion for a laminate

, Pages 334-352, Kuo-Shih Liu, Stephen W. Tsai
Chapter 3.11 - A strain-energy established failure criterion for non-linear research of composite laminates subjected to biaxial loading

, Pages 353-378, William E. Wolfe, Tarunjit S. Butalia
Chapter 3.12 - The energy of multilayered composites below a plane-stress state

, Pages 379-401, Peter A. Zinoviev, Sergei V. Grigoriev, Olga V. Lebedeva, Ludmilla P. Tairova
Chapter 3.13 - Predicting the nonlinear reaction and revolutionary failure of composite laminates

, Pages 402-428, Travis A. Bogetti, Christopher P.R. Hoppel, Vasyl M. Harik, James F. Newill, Bruce P. Burns
Chapter 3.14 - The predictive strength of failure mode concept-based power standards for multidirectional laminates

, Pages 429-489, R.G. Cuntze, A. Freund
Chapter 3.15 - Composite laminate failure research utilizing multicontinuum theory

, Pages 490-517, J. Steven Mayes, Andrew C. Hansen
Chapter 3.16 - A bridging version prediction of the final word power of composite laminates subjected to biaxial loads

, Pages 518-596, Zheng-Ming Huang
Chapter 3.17 - increasing the services of the Ten-Percent Rule for predicting the power of fibre-polymer composites

, Pages 597-642, L.J. Hart-Smith
Chapter 4.1 - A comparative learn of failure theories and predictions for fibre polymer composite laminates: half (A)

, Pages 644-701, A.S. Kaddour, M.J. Hinton, P.D. Soden
Chapter 5.1 - software of innovative fracture research for predicting failure envelopes and stress-strain behaviors of composite laminates: A comparability with experimental results

, Pages 703-725, P.K. Gotsis, C.C. Chamis, L. Minnetyan
Chapter 5.2 - Failure standards to be used within the layout environment

, Pages 726-738, G.C. Eckold
Chapter 5.3 - A comparability of idea and test for the stress-based Grant-Sanders method

, Pages 739-769, E.C. Edge
Chapter 5.4 - comparability among theories and attempt information in regards to the energy of assorted fibre-polymer composites

, Pages 770-809, L.J. Hart-Smith
Chapter 5.5 - Prediction of ply crack formation and failure in laminates

, Pages 810-831, L.N. McCartney
Chapter 5.6 - Failure research of FRP laminates by way of bodily dependent phenomenological models

, Pages 832-876, A. Puck, H. Schürmann
Chapter 5.7 - The Rotem failure criterion: concept and practice

, Pages 877-889, A. Roten
Chapter 5.8 - The prediction of failure envelopes and stress/strain habit of composite laminates: comparability with experimental results

, Pages 890-902, C.T. sunlight, J. Tao, A.S. Kaddour
Chapter 5.9 - A innovative quadratic failure criterion, half B

, Pages 903-921, Akira Kuraishi, Stephen W. Tsai, Kevin K.S. Liu
Chapter 5.10 - A strain-energy-based non-linear failure criterion: comparability of numerical predictions and experimental observations for symmetric composite laminates

, Pages 922-942, Tarunjit S. Butalia, William E. Wolfe
Chapter 5.11 - A coupled research of experimental and theoretical effects at the deformation and failure of composite laminates lower than a country of airplane stress

, Pages 943-960, Peter A. Zinoviev, Olga V. Lebedeva, Ludmilla P. Tairova
Chapter 5.12 - Predicting the nonlinear reaction and failure of composite laminates: Correlation with experimental results

, Pages 961-975, Travis A. Bogetti, Christopher P.R. Hoppel, Vasyl M. Harik, James F. Newill, Bruce P. Burns
Chapter 5.13 - The predictive power of failure mode concept-based power standards for multi-directional laminates—Part B

, Pages 976-1025, R.G. Cuntze
Chapter 5.14 - A comparability of multicontinuum thought established failure simulation with experimental results

, Pages 1026-1044, J. Steven Mayes, Andrew C. Hansen
Chapter 5.15 - Correlation of the bridging version predictions of the biaxial failure strengths of fibrous laminates with experiments

, Pages 1045-1071, Zheng-Ming Huang
Chapter 6.1 - Predictive services of 19 failure theories and layout methodologies for polymer composite laminates. half B: comparability with experiments

, Pages 1073-1221, A.S. Kaddour, M.J. Hinton, P.D. Soden
Chapter 7.1 - ideas for designers and researchers caused by the world-wide failure exercise

, Pages 1223-1251, P.D. Soden, A.S. Kaddour, M.J. Hinton
Index

, Pages 1253-1255

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15 in this book. 16 in this book. 17 in this book. 1 Instructions to contributors The instructions provided to each contributor are listed below in their original form. The attached notes specify the unidirectional lamina properties, layer thicknesses, stacking sequences and loading for each of the laminates we would like you to analyse. The in-plane loads (section stresses) should be applied in the x and y directions defined in the diagrams provided for each laminate. The section stresses ␴x and ␴y are defined in the usual way as the in-plane loads per unit width divided by the total thickness of the laminate.

1 Instructions to contributors The instructions provided to each contributor are listed below in their original form. The attached notes specify the unidirectional lamina properties, layer thicknesses, stacking sequences and loading for each of the laminates we would like you to analyse. The in-plane loads (section stresses) should be applied in the x and y directions defined in the diagrams provided for each laminate. The section stresses ␴x and ␴y are defined in the usual way as the in-plane loads per unit width divided by the total thickness of the laminate.

36 Table 1 Mechanical and thermal properties of four unidirectional laminae. 5 hr at 130°C 2 hr at 150°C * Initial modulus. ** Nonlinear behaviour and stress strain curves and data points are provided. Table 2 Mechanical and thermal properties of four fibres. 9 Table 3 Mechanical and thermal properties of four matrices. 35 80 120 – 5 58 37 Matrix type 38 Table 4 Data for in-plane shear stress strain curve of AS4/3501-6 lamina. 4. Properties of the unidirectional laminae Table 1 lists typical values of properties of four different unidirectional (UD) laminae used in the exercise.

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