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作者 Soden, P. D
書名 Failure Criteria in Fibre-Reinforced-Polymer Composites : The World-Wide Failure Exercise
出版項 Oxford : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2004
©2004
國際標準書號 9780080531571 (electronic bk.)
9780080444758
book jacket
版本 1st ed
說明 1 online resource (1269 pages)
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computer c rdamedia
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附註 Front Cover -- Failure Criteria in Fibre Reinforced Polymer Composites: The World-Wide Failure Exercise -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- About the editors -- Section 1: The World-Wide Failure Exercise: Its Origin, Concept And Content -- Chapter 1.1 The world-wide failure exercise: Its origin, concept and content -- Section 2: Test Cases, Lamina Data and Experimental Results Under Biaxial Loads -- Chapter 2.1 Lamina properties, lay-up configurations and loading conditions for a range of fibre reinforced composite laminates -- Chapter 2.2 Biaxial test results for strength and deformation of a range of E-glass and carbon fibre reinforced composite laminates: Failure exercise benchmark data -- Section 3: Description of the Individual Failure Theories by their Originators -- Chapter 3.1 Prediction of composite laminate fracture: Micromechanics and progressive fracture -- Chapter 3.2 Failure criteria for use in the design environment -- Chapter 3.3 Stress-based Grant-Sanders method for predicting failure of composite laminates -- Chapter 3.4 Predicting transverse crack formation in cross-ply laminates -- Chapter 3.5 Predictions of the original and truncated maximum-strain failure models for certain fibrous composite laminates -- Chapter 3.6 Predictions of a generalized maximum-shear-stress failure criterion for certain fibrous composite laminates -- Chapter 3.7 Failure analysis of FRP laminates by means of physically based phenomenological models -- Chapter 3.8 Prediction of laminate failure with the Rotem failure criterion -- Chapter 3.9 Prediction of failure envelopes and stress/strain behavior of composite laminates -- Chapter 3.10 A progressive quadratic failure criterion for a laminate -- Chapter 3.11 A strain-energy based failure criterion for non-linear analysis of composite laminates subjected to biaxial loading
Chapter 3.12 The strength of multilayered composites under a plane-stress state -- Chapter 3.13 Predicting the nonlinear response and progressive failure of composite laminates -- Chapter 3.14 The predictive capability of failure mode concept-based strength criteria for multidirectional laminates -- Chapter 3.15 Composite laminate failure analysis using multicontinuum theory -- Chapter 3.16 A bridging model prediction of the ultimate strength of composite laminates subjected to biaxial loads -- Chapter 3.17 Expanding the capabilities of the Ten-Percent Rule for predicting the strength of fibre-polymer composites -- Section 4: A Comparative Study of Failure Theories and Predictions for Fibre Polymer Composite Laminates: Part (A) -- Chapter 4.1 A comparative study of failure theories and predictions for fibre polymer composite laminates: Part (A) -- Section 5: Comparison Between the Individual Theoretical Predictions and Experimental Results -- Chapter 5.1 Application of progressive fracture analysis for predicting failure envelopes and stress-strain behaviors of composite laminates: A comparison with experimental results -- Chapter 5.2 Failure criteria for use in the design environment -- Chapter 5.3 A comparison of theory and experiment for the stress-based Grant-Sanders method -- Chapter 5.4 Comparison between theories and test data concerning the strength of various fibre-polymer composites -- Chapter 5.5 Prediction of ply crack formation and failure in laminates -- Chapter 5.6 Failure analysis of FRP laminates by means of physically based phenomenological models -- Chapter 5.7 The Rotem failure criterion: Theory and practice -- Chapter 5.8 The prediction of failure envelopes and stress/strain behavior of composite laminates: Comparison with experimental results -- Chapter 5.9 A progressive quadratic failure criterion, part B
Chapter 5.10 A strain-energy-based non-linear failure criterion: Comparison of numerical predictions and experimental observations for symmetric composite laminates -- Chapter 5.11 A coupled analysis of experimental and theoretical results on the deformation and failure of composite laminates under a state of plane stress -- Chapter 5.12 Predicting the nonlinear response and failure of composite laminates: Correlation with experimental results -- Chapter 5.13 The predictive capability of failure mode concept-based strength criteria for multi-directional laminates - Part B -- Chapter 5.14 A comparison of multicontinuum theory based failure simulation with experimental results -- Chapter 5.15 Correlation of the bridging model predictions of the biaxial failure strengths of fibrous laminates with experiments -- Section 6: Predictive Capabilities of Nineteen Failure Theories and Design Methodologies for Polymer Composite Laminates: Part B: Comparison With Experiments -- Chapter 6.1 Predictive capabilities of nineteen failure theories and design methodologies for polymer composite laminates. Part B: Comparison with experiments -- Section 7: Recommendations for Designers and Researchers Resulting from the World-Wide Failure Exercise -- Chapter 7.1 Recommendations for designers and researchers resulting from the world-wide failure exercise -- Author Index
Fiber reinforced polymer composites are an extremely broad and versatile class of material.Their high strength coupled with lightweight leads to their use wherever structural efficiency is at a premium. Applications can be found in aircraft, process plants, sporting goods and military equipment. However they are heterogeneous in construction and antisotropic, which makes making strength prediction extremely difficult especially compared to that of a metal. This book brings together the results of a 12year worldwide failure exercise encompassing 19 theories in a single volume. Each contributor describes their own theory and employs it to solve 14 challenging problems. The accuracy of predictions and the performance of the theories are assessed and recommendations made on the uses of the theories in engineering design. All the necessary information is provided for the methodology to be readily employed for validating and benchmarking new theories as they emerge. Brings together 19 failure theories, with many application examples. Compares the leading failure theories with one another and with experimental data Failure to apply these theories could result in potentially unsafe designs or over design
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Soden, P. D. Failure Criteria in Fibre-Reinforced-Polymer Composites : The World-Wide Failure Exercise Oxford : Elsevier Science & Technology,c2004 9780080444758
主題 Fibrous composites - Fatigue
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