Composite Materials: Fatigue and Fracture, Volume 7

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Ronald B. Bucinell
ASTM International, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 311 pages
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Contents

Shear Measurement
3
Overview of Biaxial Test Results for Carbon Fiber Composites
19
Application of a Stochastic Model for FatigueInduced Delamination Growth
34
An Approach to Include Interfacial Wear Effects in Modeling Fatigue Crack
55
Compression Strength Reduction in Composites with InPlane Fiber
76
Fatigue Debonding Characterization in Composite SkinStringer
97
Effect of Stress and Geometry on Fatigue Crack Growth Perpendicular
122
An Experimental Investigation of Transverse Tension Fatigue Characterization
145
Influence of Temperature and Stress Ratio on the LowCycle Fatigue Behavior
199
Environmental Fatigue of Pultruded GlassFiberReinforced Composites
217
Comparison of Two Accelerated HotWet Aging Conditions of a Glass
235
The Effects of Tensile Preloads on the Impact Response of Carbon Epoxy
249
Differences in the Impact Response Mechanisms of Graphite Epoxy
263
Testing and Simulation of Laminated Composites Subjected to Impact
273
Residual Strength Prediction of ImpactDamaged Composite Structures
285
Fatigue and Fracture of Art Made from Composite Materials
301

Life Prediction Tool for Ceramic Matrix Composites at Elevated
165
The Effects of Stress and Temperature on the OpenHole Tension Fatigue
179

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