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A hybrid damage assessment for E-and S-glass reinforced laminated composite structures under in-plane shear loading

Yılmaz, Çağatay and Akalın, Çağdaş and Günal, İbrahim and Çelik, Hakan and Büyük, Murat and Suleman, Afzal and Yıldız, Mehmet (2018) A hybrid damage assessment for E-and S-glass reinforced laminated composite structures under in-plane shear loading. Composite Structures, 186 . pp. 347-354. ISSN 0263-8223 (Print) 1879-1085 (Online)

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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.compstruct.2017.12.023

Abstract

Micro-damage initiation and accumulation in two different Glass Fiber Reinforced -E-glass and S-glass- Laminated Composite Structures (LCS) subjected to in-plane shear stressing are monitored with Acoustic Emission (AE) and thermography methods. AE signals caused by micro-damage formation are graphed as a scatter plot of Weighted Peak Frequency (WPF) versus Partial Power 2 (PP2) features and clustered using the K-means algorithm with Bray Curtis dissimilarity function thus resulting in three different well-separated clusters. Each of these clusters corresponds to different micro damages, i.e., transverse cracks, delaminations, or fiber ruptures. It is observed that the E-glass reinforced LCS has higher numbers of AE hits. Thus, the total amount of micro-damage incurred as well as the average temperature change measured by thermography is higher for the E-glass reinforced LCS. It is shown that due to the curing induced residual tensile stress in E-glass reinforced LCS, the initial formation of delamination in E-glass reinforced LCS starts at higher load level. Under the applied shear load, a significant reduction in in-plane shear modulus is observed both for the E-glass and S-glass-reinforced LCS where the E-glass reinforced LCS shows greater reduction. The decrease in in-plane shear modulus is attributed to micro-damage accumulated in the LCS.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Shear modulus; Reduction; Iosipescu test; Laminated composites
Subjects:T Technology > T Technology (General) > T175 Industrial research. Research and development
ID Code:34526
Deposited By:Çağatay Yılmaz
Deposited On:15 May 2018 15:27
Last Modified:15 May 2018 15:27

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