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Evaluation of in-plane shear failure in composite laminate with high percentage of 90o plies

By Sepideh Vali-Shariatpanahi, Siamak Noroozi and John Vinney

Abstract

The first step in analysis composite joint is to have a correct and appropriate definition of properties of material used. The effect of fibre orientation and the interaction between them in the laminated composite play a key role in determining the laminate characteristics, the laminate mode of failure as well as the overall mode of joint failure. In order to study the failure of a new generation of composite laminate joints, sets of material properties are needed in three directions. This paper present the study of the in-plane (interlamina) shear properties and the behaviour of a specific Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastic (CFRP) laminate with a particular balanced lay-up under compression load. This paper presents the continuation of a previous study by the author to study shear in a specific CFRP Ref [1

Topics: ge
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk:14311

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Citations

  1. (2008). 1- S.Vali-shariatpanahi “Evaluation of in-plane shear failure in composite laminates”, AIAA conference Illinois, doi
  2. (1993). Aerospace series preparation of carbon fibre reinforced resin panels for test purposes. doi
  3. (2005). EN ISO 2818 British standard 1997, plastics preparation of test specimens by machining 5- Patran/ Msc Nastran ( the McNeal –Schwendle cooperation)

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