Volume 7, Issue 1 (March 1985)

    Evaluation of Bending Test Methods for Composite Materials

    CODEN: CTROAD

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    Abstract

    The present study is an evaluation of the applicability of bending test methods to composite materials. The evaluation is based on examining the effect of the material, using three different reinforcing fibers, and on comparing between two loading configurations, namely, three-point versus four-point loading. It is shown that the results depend on the combination of fracture mechanism comprising each failure mode, and that reliable values of either the shear or the tensile/compressive stresses can be obtained only if the contributions of those mechanisms are accounted for.


    Author Information:

    Marom, G
    Ph.D. student and associate professor, The Casali Institute of Applied Chemistry, School of Applied Science and Technology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem,

    Rosensaft, M
    Ph.D. student and associate professor, The Casali Institute of Applied Chemistry, School of Applied Science and Technology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem,


    Stock #: CTR10287J

    ISSN: 0884-6804

    DOI: 10.1520/CTR10287J

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    Title Evaluation of Bending Test Methods for Composite Materials
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