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Dissipation of mechanical work and temperature rise in AS4/PEEK thermoplastic composite
1990 by Composite Materials Laboratory, Purdue University, School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in West Lafayette, Ind, [Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va .
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|Statement||I. Georgiou and C.T. Sun.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-186893.|
|Contributions||Sun, C. T. 1939-, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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Get this from a library. Dissipation of mechanical work and temperature rise in AS4/PEEK thermoplastic composite. [I Georgiou; C T Sun; United States. DISSIPATION OF MECHANICAL WORK AND TEMPERATURE RISE IN AS4/PEEK THERMOPLASTIC COMPOSITE I.
Georgiou and C. Sun School of Aeronautics and Astronautics Purdue University West Lafayette, In AS4/PEEK is a new thermoplastic composite material. The purpose of this research is to. The essential work of fracture for creating new surface in the shear specimens is W shear = G shear Lt 0.
The non-essential work dissipated due to plastic deformation of the surrounding area is W pl = βG pl L 2 t 0. As a result, the specific fracture work is given by, (1) w f = G s h e a r + G p l β L. Download: Download high-res image (KB)Cited by: Thermoplastic composite tubes with various length (40 mm and 80 mm) and fiber yarn orientation with respective to lengthwise (0 °/90 °, 15 °/75 Dissipation of mechanical work and temperature rise in AS4/PEEK thermoplastic composite book, 30 °/60 ° and 45 °/45 °) were.
This work aims to numerically analyze the mechanical properties of thermoplastic composite laminates with the [0°/90°]4s, [±25°]s4 and [0°/±45°/90°]2s stacking sequences under three-point. The research work about this part needs to be improved and we will cover this part of the work in detail in subsequent articles.
Figure S5 Macrostructure morphologies of [0°/90°] 5 AS4/PEEK laminated composite after in-plane dynamic compression at different strain rates. Various amounts of short fibers (glass and carbon) and particulate fillers like polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), silicon carbide (SiC), and alumina (Al 2 O 3) were systematically introduced into the thermoplastic copolyester elastomer (TCE) matrix for reinforcement purpose.
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Download: Download high-res image (KB). 2x for AS4/PEEK respectively before their fatigue failure. And then the specimens have been cut in the length of mm for damping measurement. Table 2 Damping of UD AS4/PEEK and AS4/epoxy in various fatigue levels. Fatigue Cyclings Damping (%) N AS4/epxoy AS4/PEEK 5x is the #1 website for composites materials and services.
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The damping factor tan δ, defined as the ratio of the loss modulus to the storage modulus (E″/E′), is commonly used to characterize viscoelastic behavior of the materials, for example, T g and energy dissipation of composite materials.
With increasing temperature, the tan δ values of PP and PP matrix composites increased due to the. Georgiou, I.T., Sun, C.T.: Temperature rise due to mechanical energy dissipation in unidirectional thermoplastic composites (AS4/PEEK).
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The rate of frictional work expended along the contact plane, per unit of surface, is now calculated as the product between shear strength and velocity. This mechanical work dissipates into heat that enters the rock mass. With reference to Fig. 1, when 2e = 0, the coordinate z = 0 indicates the position of the contact plane.
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