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    Composite Materials: Fatigue and Fracture: Fifth Volume

    Martin RH
    Published: 1995

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    Features the latest information on methods for predicting how composite materials and composite material structures fail. 27 peer-reviewed papers from the world's leading professionals in the field. Five key areas:

    Delamination Characterization -- Eight papers explore the challenges of characterizing delamination fracture of laminated composite materials in terms of interlaminar fracture toughness.

    Damage Modeling -- Developing appropriate models for predicting composite damage such as matrix cracking, fiber failure and delamination are considered in five papers.

    Material Damage Characterization -- Five papers investigate how environmental exposure and mechanical loads damage composite materials.

    Impact -- Methods to predict the effect of impact on laminated composite materials are explained in four papers.

    Structural Damage Characterization -- Five papers describe failure or damage issues in specific structures.

    Table of Contents

    Experimental Development of a Mixed-Mode Fatigue Delamination Criterion

    Mode I and Mode II Delamination Growth of Interlayer Toughened Carbon/Epoxy (T800H/3900-2) Composite System

    Interlaminar Fracture Toughness of Glass Fiber Laminates Additionally Reinforced with Carbon Bead

    Delamination of Carbon/Epoxy Laminates Under Cyclic Mode II Loading

    Mode III Delamination Using a Split Cantilever Beam

    Mixed Mode Interlaminar Fracture Toughness of Unidirectional Glass/Epoxy Composite

    Improvement of Delamination Resistance with Carbon Nonwoven Mat Interleaves

    Mode I and Mode II Fracture Toughness Measured Between Differently Oriented Plies in Graphite/Epoxy Composites

    Prediction of Energy Release Rate for Edge Delamination Using a Crack Tip Element Approach

    Stress and Energy Based Fracture Conditions for Fiber-Wise Splitting in Composites

    Modeling of Accumulated Damage and Failure of Multidirectional Composite Plates Subjected to In-Plane Loads

    Shear Deformation Analysis of the Energy Release Rate of Transverse Cracking in Laminated Composites

    A Random-Damage Finite Element for Modeling Failure in Advanced Composite Materials

    Stacking Sequence Effects and Delamination Growth in Graphite/Epoxy Laminates Under Compression-Dominated Fatigue Loading

    The Effect of Graphite Fiber Properties on Microcracking Due to Thermal Cycling of Epoxy-Cyanate Matrix Laminates

    Marine Environmental Effects on Polymer Matrix Composites

    Observations of the Load Redistribution in Polymeric Composite Laminates Under Tension-Tension Fatigue Loading

    A New Test for Compression Testing of Impregnated Tows

    Non-Penetrating Impact Behavior of CFRP at Low and Intermediate Velocities

    Post-Impact Fatigue Response of Stitched Composites

    Impact and Fatigue Resistance of a [±30°/0°] 3-D Braided Carbon Epoxy Composite

    Influence of Impact Parameters on the Response of Laminated Composite Plates

    Damage Tolerance and Arrest Characteristics of Pressurized Graphite/Epoxy Tape Cylinders

    Fatigue and Fracture of the 767 Graphite Torsion Spring

    Fracture of Glass-Epoxy Laminates Under Torsion and Combined Tension-Torsion Loads

    Influence of Realistic Ply-Drop Geometries on Interlaminar Stresses in Tapered Laminates

    Delamination in Composites with Terminating Internal Plies Under Tension Fatigue Loading

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: D30

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1230-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5297-7

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2012-9

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