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Volume 15, Issue 6 - Dec 2002
Volume 15, Issue 5 - Oct 2002
Volume 15, Issue 4 - Aug 2002
Volume 15, Issue 3 - Jun 2002
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Volume 15, Issue 1 - Feb 2002
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A Study of Flutter Analysis for the Composite Box Wings with Various Laminates
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 1, 2002, Pages 1~8
In this study, the flutter analysis for a rectangular box wing and an actual fighter wing with composite shin, aluminum spar and aluminum rib has been conducted. A conservative 3D wing-box model of an actual wing is modeled by MSC/PATRAN and the corresponding free vibration analysis has been performed by MSC/NASTRAN. The finite elements of membrane, rod and shear panel are used. Using the practical ply angles, various composite laminates are composed and analysed. The DLM code which is linear aerodynamic theory in frequency domain is applied to calculate unsteady aerodynamic pressure in subsonic flow region and the V-g and p-k methods are applied to obtain the solution of aeroelastic governing equation in frequency domain.
Design of Filament Wound Composite Pressure Tanks
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 1, 2002, Pages 9~20
In this study, the design method of filament wound composite pressure tanks was established by using finite element analyses. Pressure tanks were designed with and without a load sharing metallic liner. A GUI(graphic user interface) program was developed to increase the efficiency of analyses. The replacement ratio was defined in order to replace a metal pressure tank with a composite one. Finally, the best design model that is satisfied with design requirements was suggested.
Trenchless Repairing-Reinforcing Process of Underground Pipes with Advanced Composite Materials
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 1, 2002, Pages 21~31
To overcome the disadvantages of conventional excavation technology various trenchless (or excavation free, or no-dig) repair-reinforcement technologies have been developed and tried. But trenchless technologies so far developed have some drawbacks such as high cost and inconvenience of operation. In this study, a repairing-reinforcing process for underground pipes with glass fiber fabric polymer composites using VARTM (Vacuum Assisted Resin Transfer Molding) has been developed. The developed process requires shorter operation time and lower cost with smaller and simpler operating equipments than those of the conventional trenchless technologies. For the reliable operation of the developed method, a simple method to apply pressure and vacuum to the reinforcement was devised and flexible mold technology was tried. Also, resin filling and cure status during RTM process were monitored with a commercial dielectrometry cure monitoring system, LACOMCURE. From the investigation, it has been found that the developed repairing-reinforcing technology with appropriate process variables and on-line cure monitoring has many advantages over conventional methods.
Fabrication Process and Impact Characteristic Analysis of Metal Matrix Composite for Electronic Packaging Application
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 1, 2002, Pages 32~40
This study developed fabrication process of
metal matrix composites as electronic packaging materials by squeeze casting method. The
preform were fabricated in newly designed preform mold using about 0.8 % of inorganic binder(SiO
) and 5 vol.% of
fiber. To infiltrate the molten metal into the preform, fabrication condition such as the temperature and the pressure were selected. Applying the fabrication conditions, heat transfer analysis were preformed using finite element method and thus analyzed the temperature distribution and cooling characteristic during the squeeze casting. For the fabricated composites, impact toughness and thermal expansion coefficient were measured. The metal matrix composites developed in this study have 0.2~0.3 J impact toughness,
thermal expansion coefficient and
density which is appropriate properties for electronic packaging application.
Thermo-Elastic Analysis, 3-Dimensional Stress Analysis and Design of Carbon/Carbon Brake Disk
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 1, 2002, Pages 41~52
This paper presents the thermo-elastic analysis for searching the behavior of carbon/carbon brake system during the braking period and the 3-D stress analysis to find the shape of the brake disk which is safe to the failure. The mechanical properties of the carbon/carbon brake disk were measured for both in-plane and out of plane directions. The mechanical properties were used as the input of the thermo-elastic analysis and 3-dimensional stress analysis for the brake disk. The gap between rotor clip and clip retainer is an important parameter in the loading transfer mechanism of the rotor disk. The change of gap was considered both the mechanical deformation and thermal deformation. Because the rotor clip and clip retainers were not contacted, they were excluded from the analysis model. Rotor disk was modeled by using the cyclic symmetry condition. The contact problems between rotor clip and key drum as well as between rotor disk and rotor were considered. From the results of the 3-D stress analysis, the stress concentration at the key hole of the brake disk was confirmed. The stress distributions were studied thor the variation of the rotation angle of the contact surface and the radius of curvature at the key hole part.
Evaluation of Structural Performance for Filament Wound Composite Ablative Tubes
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 1, 2002, Pages 53~60
Composite ablative tubes required capabilities of ablative and structural characteristics were fabricated through filament winding technique and several experiments were conducted to evaluate the structural performance of composite ablative tubes. For this purpose, manufacturing procedures were briefly described and then resin digestion method was applied to measure the fiber volume fraction and the void content of composite ablative tubes. The configuration of tensile specimen fur composite ablative tubes with not losing the continuity of reinforced fibers was suggested by evaluating mechanical properties of several types of the specimen with different widths. Also, suitable processing variables for composite ablative tubes were determined by evaluating mechanical properties of several types of the specimen with different processing variables. In addition, acoustic emission signals were obtained during the proof test and could be applicable to study the crack initiation and the damage mode of composite ablative tubes. Finally, the structural reliability of composite ablative tubes could be verified to satisfy design requirements through the proof and burst tests.
Some Aspects of Mechanical Test Methods for Advanced Composites
Fukuda, Hiroshi ; Wada, Atsushi ;
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 1, 2002, Pages 61~69
This paper review research activities of some mechanical test methods thor advanced composites which have been conducted in Fukuda laboratory. Tokyo University of Science. The subjects are (1) innovation and development of compression bending test. (2) mechanical-property evaluation of soft-core sandwich beam, and (3) loop test to measure the strength of monofilaments.
21세기 복합재료의 전개 방향
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 1, 2002, Pages 70~77