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Experimental Study of Buckling Behavior of Composite Laminates with an Embedded Delamination
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 Title & Authors
Experimental Study of Buckling Behavior of Composite Laminates with an Embedded Delamination
Kim, Hyo-Jin;
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 Abstract
An experimental and analytical investigation is performed to study the buckling behavior of composite laminates with an embedded delamination. It is of particular interest to veryfy whether delamination growth cddurs with continuming deformation after buckling of composite laminates with an embedded delamination. Experiments are conducted for [0/sub 4///90/sub 8//0/sub 4/]/sub r/ laminates with delamination size in which local buckling mode governs buckling. Results show that delamination growth occurs in hgigher load after buckling and is accompanid by other damage mechanisms such as splitting. Also, it is found that transverse deformation before difurcation buckling is due to initial imperfection and structure such as plate with small bending stiffness is sensitive to that.
 Keywords
Delamination Zone;Buckling Load;Bifurcation Buckling;Local Buckling Mode;Postbuckling Behavior;Splitting;Delamination Growth;
 Language
Korean
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