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A progressive damage methodology for residual strength predictions of notched composite panels

A progressive damage methodology for residual strength predictions of notched composite panels

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Composite structures.,
  • Crack propagation.,
  • Epoxy matrix composites.,
  • Fractography.,
  • Fracture mechanics.,
  • Fracture strength.,
  • Laminates.,
  • Loads (Forces),
  • Residual strength.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTimothy W. Coats and Charles E. Harris.
    Series[NASA technical memorandum] -- NASA/TM-1998-207646., NASA technical memorandum -- 207646.
    ContributionsHarris, Charles E., 1950-, Langley Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15541851M

    This study addresses the effectiveness of a simple stiffness tailoring concept to delay damage initiation, control damage progression, and improve residual strength in tensile-loaded composite plates with a central circular cutout. The tailoring concept is to simply reposit all axially oriented (0°) material into regions near the edge of the plate away from the cutout. The framework to simulate damage progression and to predict residual strength through use of the finite element (FE) method was developed. The DIC provided local and full-field strain fields corresponding to changes in the stateof-damage and identified the strain components driving damage .

    Composite panels with open holes subjected to uni-axial tension along the y-direction exhibited one very characteristic feature, W.G.J. Residual Strength of (0, ±45)S And Bertolino, F. Investigation of the effect of damage on the strength of notched composite laminates by digital image correlation. J. Strain Anal. , 40, – The aim of this approach is to predict the residual tensile behaviour of impacted curved panels. Applied on a scale of specimens (Ø), it governs the progressive damage which appears at the layer level and leads to a residual tensile strength close to the experimental results.

    The success of any progressive failure analysis of composite structures is influenced by the failure criteria and the associated material property degradation models. The failure criteria are the conditions for the prediction of the occurrence of material damage. Fatigue damage in notched composite laminates under tension-tension cyclic loads Published: () Progressive fracture of fiber composite build-up structures / by: .


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A progressive damage methodology for residual strength predictions of notched composite panels Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Progressive Damage Methodology for Residual Strength Predictions of Notched Composite Panels. The translaminate fracture behavior of carbon/epoxy structural laminates with through-penetration notches was investigated to develop a residual strength prediction methodology for composite structures.

A PROGRESSIVE DAMAGE METHODOLOGY FOR RESIDUAL STRENGTH PREDICTIONS OF NOTCHED COMPOSITE PANELS Timothy W. Coats Resident Research Associate National Research Council and Charles E.

Harris Chief Technologist for Structures and Materials NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, VA C.D. Rans, in Composite Joints and Connections, Residual strength of FML joints. Determining the residual strength of a structure containing damage is a critical part of any damage tolerance analysis.

In aircraft structures, the ability to carry limit loads defines the maximum safe damage state, which in turn is used to define inspection intervals to ensure damages are detected. Progressive damage methodology for residual strength predictions of notched composite panels (OCoLC) Online version: Coats, Timothy W.

Progressive damage methodology for residual strength predictions of notched composite panels (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource. A Progressive Damage Methodology for Residual Strength Predictions of Notched Composite Panels Timothy W.

Coats and Charles E. Harris Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia r, L National Aeronautics and Space Administration Langley. BibTeX @MISC{Coats98aprogressive, author = {Timothy W. Coats and Charles E.

Harris}, title = {A Progressive Damage Methodology for Residual Strength Predictions of Notched Composite Panels}, year = {}}. A Progressive Damage Methodology for Residual Strength Predictions of Notched Composite Panels by Timothy W. Coats, Charles E. Harris, The translaminate fracture behavior of carbon/epoxy structural laminates with through-penetration notches was investigated to develop a residual strength prediction methodology for composite structures.

A Progressive Damage Methodology for Residual Strength Predictions of Notched Composite Panels, Journal of Composite Materials, 33(23): – Google Scholar | SAGE Journals | ISI Lagace, P.A. T.W. Coats, C.E. HarrisA progressive damage methodology for residual strength predictions of notched composite panels J Compos Mater.

In substantiating the strength of highly-loaded composite structure for aerospace application, consideration must be given to the effect of in-service damage on the residual strength. A PROGRESSIVE DAMAGE METHODOLOGY FOR RESIDUAL STRENGTH PREDICTIONS OF CENTER-CRACK TENSION COMPOSITE PANELS.

Timothy William Coats Old Dominion University, Co-Chairs of Advisory Committee: Dr. karan Dr. C.E. Harris An investigation of translaminate fracture and a progressive damage methodology was. Damodar R. Ambur's research works with 2, citations and 4, reads, including: Diffraction of harmonic flexural waves in a cracke.

A Progressive Damage Methodology for Residual Strength Predictions of Notched Composite Panels Coats, T. Abstract. Publication: Journal of Composite Materials. Pub Date: December DOI: / Bibcode: JCoMaC full text sources. Progressive damage methodology for residual strength predictions of notched composite panels (OCoLC) Microfiche version: Coats, Timothy W.

Progressive damage methodology for residual strength predictions of notched composite panels (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication.

A Progressive Damage Methodology for Residual Strength Predictions of Notched Composite Panels. A progressive damage methodology developed by the authors was used to predict the initiation and growth of matrix cracks and fiber fracture. Most of the residual strength predicti.

Analytical Prediction of Damage Growth in Notched Composite Panels Loaded in Compression. (A-DiSC) model for multi-scale progressive damage in composites. Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, Vol. Residual strength prediction of damaged composite fuselage panel with R-curve method.

Considerations for Progressive Damage in Fiber-Reinforced Composite Materials Subject to Fatigue. Fatigue and Residual Strength of Composite Laminates. Eng. Fract. Mech. 25, – () C.E.: A Progressive Damage Methodology for Residual Strength Predictions of Notched Composite Panels.

Comp. Mater. 33, – (). A Progressive Damage Methodology for Residual Strength Predictions of Center-Crack Tension Composite Panels Timothy William Coats Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia Contract NAS August National Aeronautics and Space Administration Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia A comprehensive experimental and computational investigation was conducted to characterize the fracture behavior and structural response of large sandwich composite aircraft fuselage panels containing artificial damage in the form of holes and notches.

Full-scale tests were conducted where panels were subjected to quasi-static combined pressure, hoop, and axial loading up to failure. Abstract. The present paper is concerned with modelling damage and fracture in notched woven fabric composites.

Previous experimental work has shown that, under tensile loading, damage at a notch in a variety of glass fibre reinforced plastic (GFRP) and carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) composites based on woven fabric reinforcement comprises matrix damage and fibre tow fracture along the.

Finite Element Methods and the Progressive Failure Modeling of Composite Structures,” A Progressive Damage Methodology for Residual Strength Predictions of Notched Composite Panels,” NASA/TM, Johnson, A., and.

Influence of Finite Element Size in Residual Strength Prediction of Composite Structures. 14 June Peridynamic theory for progressive damage prediction in center-cracked composite laminates.

Composite Structures, Vol. 90, No. 2 Damage Prediction in Notched Composites Using Peridynamic Theory.In the present study, peridynamic (PD) open-hole tensile (OHT) strength prediction of fiber-reinforced composite laminate using energy-based failure criteria is conducted.

Spherical-horizon peridynamic laminate theory (PDLT) model is used. Energy-based failure criteria are introduced into the model. Delamination fracture modes can be distinguished in the present energy-based failure criteria.