STP1156

    Composite Materials: Fatigue and Fracture, Fourth Volume

    Stinchcomb W, Ashbaugh N
    Published: 1993


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    Addresses current issues related to fatigue and fracture of composites and practical insights on new developments in damage and failure analysis and test methods. Provides new directions for emerging technology areas, such as micro mechanics and interfacial analysis, which are applicable to fatigue and fracture of composites. The materials addressed are thermo-composites, metal matrix composites, and ceramic matrix composites, as well as a specialty laminate.


    Table of Contents

    Overview
    Ashbaugh N., Stinchcomb W.

    Failure of Graphite/Epoxy Panels with Stiffening Strips
    Graves M., Lagace P., Sawicki A.

    Failure Initiation and Ultimate Strength of Composite Laminates Containing a Center Hole
    Chu G., Sun C.

    Response of Notched Graphite/Epoxy and Graphite/PEEK Systems
    Bhat N., Gundogdu A., Lagace P.

    Failure Analysis of Notched Unidirectional Graphite/Epoxy Tubes Under Combined Loading
    Herakovich C., Hirschfeld D.

    Matrix Cracking-Induced Delamination Propagation in Graphite/Epoxy Laminated Composites Due to a Transverse Concentrated Load
    Chang F., Kutlu Z., Liu S.

    Damage Prediction in Cross-Plied Curved Composite Laminates
    Jackson W., Martin R.

    Evaluation of Impact Damage in Composite Materials Using Acoustic Emission
    Bolduc M., Roy C.

    The Change in Thermal Expansion Coefficient as a Damage Parameter During Thermal Cycling of Crossply Laminates
    Boniface L., Ogin S., Smith P.

    Tensile Deformation of SiC/Ti-15-3 Laminates
    Lerch B., Saltsman J.

    Material Modeling for Unidirectional Glass and Glass-Ceramic Matrix Composites with Progressive Matrix Damage
    Buesking K., Yen C.

    Modeling Ply Crack Growth in Laminates Under Combined Stress States
    Chatterjee S., Wung E., Yen C.

    Assessment of Interlayer Shear Slip Theory for Delamination Modeling
    Liu D., Lu X.

    Effect of Initial Delamination on Mode I and Mode II Interlaminar Fracture Toughness and Fatigue Fracture Threshold
    Martin R., Murri G.

    Damage and Failure Mechanisms in Scaled Angle-Ply Laminates
    Jackson K., Kellas S., Morton J.

    Thickness Effect of Double Cantilever Beam Specimen on Interlaminar Fracture Toughness of AS4/PEEK and T800/Epoxy Laminates
    Aoki T., Hojo M.

    The Influence of Interleaf Deformation Behavior and Film-Resin Adhesion on the Fracture Toughness of Interleaved Composites
    Armstrong-Carroll E., Donnellan T., Iskandarani B., Kamel I.

    Effects of Water and Jet Fuel Absorption on Mode I and Mode II Delamination of Graphite/Epoxy
    Hooper S., Subramanian R.

    Interlaminar Fracture Analysis of Unsymmetrical Laminates
    Armanios E., Li J.

    Some Observations on the Analysis of In-Plane Matrix Failures in Fibrous Composite Laminates
    Hart-Smith L.

    Model Composites: A Novel Approach for the Evaluation of Micromechanical Behavior
    Carman G., Lesko J., Razvan A., Reifsnider K.

    Meso-lndentation Testing of Composite Materials as a Tool for Measuring Interfacial Quality
    Carman G., Dillard D., Lesko J., Reifsnider K.

    Evaluating Surface Treatment Effects on Interfacial Bond Strength Using Dynamic Mechanical Analysis
    Cano R., Edie D., Kennedy J., Ross R.

    Micromechanical Analysis of Fiber Fracture
    Carman G., Lesko J., Reifsnider K.

    Micromechanics of Tensile Strength in Composite Systems
    Gao Z., Reifsnider K.

    Fatigue Damage in Thick, Cross-Ply Laminates with a Center Hole
    Farley G., Kennedy J., Wolterman R.

    Local Delamination in Laminates with Angle Ply Matrix Cracks, Part I: Tension Tests and Stress Analysis
    Hooper S., O'Brien T.

    Local Delamination in Laminates with Angle Ply Matrix Cracks, Part II: Delamlnation Fracture Analysis and Fatigue Characterization
    O'Brien T.

    Effects of Stress Ratio on Edge Delamination Characteristics in Laminated Composites
    Chan W., Scrivner G.

    Effect of Interleaves on the Damage Mechanisms and Residual Strength of Notched Composite Laminates Subjected to Axial Fatigue Loading
    Bakis C., Reifsnider K., Swain R.

    Characterization of Composite Material's Dynamic Response Using Load/Stroke Frequency Response Measurement
    Elahi M., Razvan A., Reifsnider K.

    Analysis of Thermomechanical Fatigue of Unidirectional Titanium Metal Matrix Composites
    Bahei-El-Din Y., Castelli M., Johnson W., Mirdamadi M.

    High-Temperature Tension-Compression Fatigue Behavior of a Unidirectional Tungsten Copper Composite
    Gabb T., Verrilli M.

    Monitoring Fatigue Damage Development in Ceramic Matrix Composite Tubular Specimens by a Thermoelastic Technique
    Dunyak T., Liao K., Reifsnider K., Stinchcomb W.

    High-Cycle Fatigue Crack Growth Properties of Aramid-Reinforced Aluminum Laminates
    Mayer H., Papakyriacou M., Schijve J., Stanzl-Tschegg S., Tschegg E.

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: D30

    Paper ID: STP1156-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1156-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5222-9

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1498-2

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