STP964

    An Evaluation of the Failure Behavior of 3-D Braided FP/Aluminum-Lithium Composites Under Static and Dynamic Blanking

    Published: Jan 1988


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    Abstract

    The adiabatic shear stability of unreinforced, unidirectionally reinforced and 3-D braid reinforced aluminum-lithium were studied by static and dynamic blanking at various deformation levels. Comparing to Hadfield steel, no apparent adiabatic shear was detected in any of these materials. The failure mechanism of these structures were identified by microstructural analysis.

    Keywords:

    adiabatic shear, aluminum-lithium, unidirectional fiber reinforcement, metal matrix composite, 3-D braid, static blanking, dynamic blanking, microstructural analysis


    Author Information:

    Ko, F
    Associate professor, research associate, and professor, Fibrous Materials Research Center, Drexel UniversityWilkes College, PhiladelphiaWilkesbarre, PAPA

    Razavi, A
    Associate professor, research associate, and professor, Fibrous Materials Research Center, Drexel UniversityWilkes College, PhiladelphiaWilkesbarre, PAPA

    Rogers, HC
    Associate professor, research associate, and professor, Fibrous Materials Research Center, Drexel UniversityWilkes College, PhiladelphiaWilkesbarre, PAPA


    Paper ID: STP25943S

    Committee/Subcommittee: D30.04

    DOI: 10.1520/STP25943S


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