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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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Strength of Glass/Epoxy Fabric Joints under the Pin-Loading
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 2, 2002, Pages 1~10
The strength of glass/epoxy fabric joints under pin-loading is estimated based on the characteristics length method and experiment. To investigate the effect of finite element idealization for the contact between pin and laminate, three modeling cases are analyzed; assuming the cosine load distribution around the contact area, constraining the radial displacement at the hole boundary, and using the contact element. To study the effect of failure criteria, Tsai-Wu and Yamada-Sun methods are applied on the characteristic curve. The results of the nonlinear analysis using the contact element showed good agrements with experimental data in both laminates made of uni-directional prepreg tapes and fabrics. In terms of failure criteria, Tsai-Wu method showed better agreement with experimental results than the one by Yamada-Sun laminate.
Monitoring of Low-velocity Impact Damage Initiation of Gr/Ep Panel 7sing Piezoeleetric Thin Film Sensor
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 2, 2002, Pages 11~17
The piezoelectric thin film sensor can be used to interpret variations in structural and material properties, e.g. for structural integrity monitoring and assessment. To illustrate one of this potential benefit, PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) film sensors are used for monitoring impact damage in Gr/Ep composite panels. Both PVDF film sensors and strain gages are attached to the surface of Gr/Ep specimens. A series of impact tests at various impact energy by changing impact mass the height are performed on the instrumented drop weight impact tester. The sensor responses are carefully examined to predict the onset of impact damage such as indentation, matrix cracking, and delamination, etc. Test results show that the particular waveforms of sensor signals implying the damage initiation and development are detected above the damage initiation impact energy. As expected, the PVDF film sensor is found to be more sensitive to impact damage initiation event than the strain gage.
Design and Analysis of Electromagnetic Wave Absorbing Structure Using Layered Composite Plates
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 2, 2002, Pages 18~23
The absorption and the interference shielding of the problems thor both commercial and military purposes. In this study, the minimization of the electromagnetic wale reflections using composite layers with different dielectric properties was performed. Dielectric constants were measured for glass/epoxy composites containing conductive carbon blacks and carbon/epoxy fabric composites. Using the measured permittivities of the composites having various carbon black contents, the optimal electromagnetic wave absorbing structure in X-band(8.2GHz-12.4GHz) was determined. The optimal multi-layered composite plates have the thickness of 2.6mm. The maximum reflection loss is -30dB at 10GHz, and the bandwidth haying the absorptivity lower than -l0dB is about 2GHz.
Safety Estimation of the Carbon/Carbon Brake Disk Having Crack by Experimental/Analytical Method
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 2, 2002, Pages 24~31
In this paper, the safety of the crack existing between the load bearing part and the friction part in key slots was evaluated. The repetitive loading test considered impact damage was performed for the various crack models. Also, the probability of the crack propagation and the stress concentration at the crack tip were studied by using a FE analysis. By these method, safety of the disk was confirmed.
Manufacturing Process of Microcapsules for Autonomic Damage Repair of Polymeric Composites
;;;;M.R. Kessler;S.R. White;
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 2, 2002, Pages 32~39
This study focused on the introduction of processing procedure for microcapsules loaded with the healing agent and then microcapsules with the healing agent were manufactured by experiments. The DCPD (dicyclopentadiene) was used for the healing agent and the shell of microcapsules was consisted of urea-formaldehyde resin. The magnitude and the site distribution of microcapsules were measured by a particle size analyzer using laser diffraction technique. Thermal analysis was conducted by using a DSC fur the healing agent, microcapsules without the healing agent, and microcapsules with the healing agent. Also thermal stability was investigated by using a TGA under continuous and isothermal heating conditions far the healing agent, microcapsules without the healing agent, microcapsules with the healing agent. According to the results. microcapsules with the healing agent were verified to be so thermally stable that the healing agent could not evaporate until the shell of microcapsules were burned.
Studies on Thermal Stability and Cure Behavior of Epoxy Resins using Electron-beam Curing Technique
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 2, 2002, Pages 40~47
The di-functional epoxy resins, i.e., diglycidylether of bisphenol A(DGEBA) and diglycidylethere of bisphenol F(DGEBF) were initiated by cationic catalyst, i.e., benzylquinoxalinium hexafluoroantimonate(BQH) using electron-beam(EB) technique. And the effect of structure of DGEBA and DGEBF on thermal stabilities and cure behaviors was investigated. According to the experimental results, the decomposed activation energy based on Horowitz-Metzger method was higher in the case of DGEBA, but intergral procedural decomposition temperature(IPDT) of DGEBA was lower than DGEBF. This could be interpreted in terms of high crosslink density resulted from hydroxyl bond of DGEBF backbone. It was confirmed in increasing the hydroxyl band at
using near-infrared spectroscopy(NIRS).
Some Research Topics of Ben′s Laboratory at Nihon University in Japan
Ben, Goichi ;
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 2, 2002, Pages 48~54
This paper presents some research topics for advanced composites which have been conducted in Ben laboratory, College of industrial Technology, Nihon University. The topics are applications of shape memory alloy(SMA) to composite structures, dynamic responses of CFRP and GFRP structures, fabrication of new type of GFRP, fatigue and weatherability strength of CFRP and new concept of joint for FRP structures, respectively.
압전재료가 적용된 지능복합재료 작동기 개발 현황
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 2, 2002, Pages 55~63
다축섬유구조 복합재료 연구실(국가지정 연구실 소개)
Composites Research, volume 15, issue 2, 2002, Pages 64~69