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Damping characteristics of damaged fiber composite components

Damping characteristics of damaged fiber composite components

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementK. Eberle
SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- NASA TM-88449, NASA technical memorandum -- 88449
ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
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Open LibraryOL14983440M

This paper presents an overview of experimental and analytical approaches that have been used to characterize damping properties of composite materials and structures, with emphasis on polymer composites. A discussion of damping mechanisms operating in composites is followed by a review of several experimental methods for measuring damping. A summary of analytical models for predicting damping. A damping mechanics model and a beam finite element for the free-vibration of laminated composite strips under in-plane loading Journal of Sound and Vibration, Vol. , No. 23 Global and local behaviour based composite damping studies on thin-walled box structure.

Full text of "Characterization of Tensile Damage for a Short Birch Fiber-reinforced Polyethylene Composite with Acoustic Emission" See other formats International Journal of Material Science (IJMSCI) Volume 3 Issue 3, September Characterization of Tensile Damage for a Short Birch Fiber-reinforced Polyethylene Composite with Acoustic Emission Alencar Bravo* 1, Lotfi Toubal 2.   Damage analysis for carbon fiber/epoxy composite exposed to simulated lightning current 15 April | Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, Vol. 35, No. 15 Effect of hygrothermal aging on the damage characteristics of carbon woven fabric/epoxy laminates subjected to simulated lightning strike.

Abstract - Damping and vibration characteristics of basalt/epoxy fiber-reinforced composite laminated materials have been investigated with respect to the effect of fiber orientations. Four different symmetric laminates having [(0/90)4]S, [(15/)4]S, [(30/)4]S and [(45/)4]S fiber orientation angles were prepared using plain weave basalt. Aramid fibers form an important group of fibers for composite applications. These applications range through light-weight shell structures, protective structures in ballistic applications such as helmets and various shields, protective clothing, and car tires, for instance. For structural applications, the composites of aramid fibers and high performance resins must form integral and strong parts.


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DAMPING CHARACTERISTICS OF DAMAGED FIBER COMPOSITE COMPONENTS Klaus Eberle Summary Damage to fiber composite components causes changes in vibration behavior which are discernable as a frequency shift or change in damping.

The question of whether this change can be used as a means of fault recognition, will be discussed on the basis of. examples. Get this from a library.

Damping characteristics of damaged fiber composite components. [K Eberle; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. (ii) Damping due to energy dissipation in the area of matrix cracks, broken fibers etc. Increase in damping due to matrix-fiber interface slip is reported to be many fold and is more sensitive to damage than stiffness.

Experimental investigations on the effect of damage on composite damping are widely by:   Average damping loss factor of the carbon fiber composite parts is approximately 1%. Even though carbon fiber composite material damping loss factor is five times greater than that of steel, it is significantly less than laminated sandwich steel which has a damping Cited by: 4.

The area of hysteresis loop known as hysteresis energy or damping energy in composite materials has different sources including viscoelastic nature of matrix/fiber, damaging plastic strain energy.

1. Introduction. Damping is an important parameter related to dynamic behavior of fiber-reinforced composite structures. The successful characterization of dynamic response of viscoelastically damped composite materials to prescribed modes of loading and time histories depends upon use of an appropriate analytical model/method, describing properties of composites based upon its constituents.

The effect of incorporating carbon fibers within epoxy resin composite materials on the damping ratio of such materials have been studied extensively by Page 2 of 21 AUTHOR SUBMITTED MANUSCRIPT. In this section, intact and hybrid composite auxetic DACSPs inserted with high damping layers are designed and manufactured by using a hot molding press method developed in our previous works.A unidirectional carbon fiber/epoxy prepreg (TK, Shanghai Kangzhan Composite Materials Co., Ltd., China) of mm thickness is adopted and its mechanical properties are given in.

The free vibration method results generally present a logarithmic damping (Δ) given by Eq., (1) Δ = ln (δ 1 δ n) = 1 n ln (δ 1 δ n) where n is the number of peaks; δ 1 is the amplitude of the first peak and δ n is the amplitude of the final peak analyzed.

The storage modulus (E′) was obtained for a rectangular specimen having mm of length, 25 mm of width and 2 mm of thickness. Open access peer-reviewed chapter. “Composite materials” also referred to as “composition materials” or briefly “composites,” as the most frequently used term, display materials consisting of two or more components; these two components display considerably diverse physical and/or chemical characteristics.

The damping of fiber reinforced composite materials has been studied extensively []. All of the published results for continuous fiber reinforced composites show that when strain levels are low the damping characteristics do not depend on strain amplitude but are dependent on fiber orientation, temperature, moisture.

Materials that are used to repair the structure must be able to withstand the expected conditions in the damaged area. Natural fiber is one of the materials or composites that have the potential to be used in the composite approach for aircraft parts.

Natural fibers offer both cost saving and a reduction in density compared to other fibers. Some researchers have conducted a lot of study on the modal vibration behaviors and vibration damping control of the fiber composite periodic core sandwich structures [23] [24] [25][26][27][28][ Passive Damping Characteristics of Carbon Epoxy Composite Plates.

Dileep Kumar K * and V V Subba Rao. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, JNT University Kakinada, KakinadaIndia. Abstract: Vibration damping is an important phenomenon in the field of engineering design while predicting the dynamic analysis of the most of the structures.

This book introduces the hysteresis and damping of, and damage to, composites. It analyzes the following areas: damage mechanisms affecting the hysteresis of composites, mechanical hysteresis of ceramic-matrix composites, hysteresis behavior of fiber-reinforced ceramic-matrix composites (CMCs), relationship between the internal damage and hysteresis loops of CMCs, and.

The vibration and damping behaviors of hybrid carbon fiber-reinforced composite (CFRC) pyramidal truss sandwich panels were presented by Yang et al.

19. 29 Damping is a key feature to characterize the dynamic behavior of fiber-reinforced composites 30 regarding minimization of resonant vibrations. Different sources of energy dissipation include 31 viscoelastic character of the matrix, fiber arrangement, damping due to fiber/matrix interface, 32 damage, viscoelastic and thermoelastic damping [1.

Duc et al.'s study on the damping of ther- moset and thermoplastic flax fiber composites found that unidirectional flax fibers led to a damping increase of over % for a fiber volume fraction of. damping properties of carbon-fiber reinforced interleaved epoxy composites.

Several types of commercial-based thermoplastic-elastomer films, such as polyurethane elastomers, polyethylene-based ionomers and polyamide elastomers were compared as the interleaving materials for composite laminates. The damping properties of the composite laminates with.

The influence of hard coating on vibration characteristics of fiber-reinforced composite thin shell (FCTS) is investigated theoretically. The theoretical model of the hard coating FCTS is firstly established by using the classical laminated shell theory, Love’s first approximation theory, Rayleigh-Ritz method, and strain energy method.

The values of the natural frequency, modal shape. The residual strengths and stiffnesses of the damaged laminates were measured in order to relate reductions in their mechanical properties to changes in their damping characteristics. Here, optical fibre sensors were surface bonded to carbon fibre composite beams which were subjected to free vibration tests to monitor their dynamic response.By using carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP) as part of the laminates very good strength and stiffness to weight ratios can be obtained.

To improve the damping characteristics of this hybrid material an additional layer of elastomer can be added between the CFRP and the metal, generating a fiber-metal-elastomer laminate (FMEL).Purchase Mechanics of Composite Materials - 1st Edition.

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