SEDL / STP / STP775-EB
Damage in Composite Materials: Basic Mechanisms, Accumulation, Tolerance, and Characterization
The contents of this book should serve a variety of technical people in a variety of ways. Engineers who only want to consider damage mechanisms and damage development to the extent that they can use those concepts in design will find that several papers deal specifically with relationships between damage development and life.
Table of Contents
Toward the Nondestructive Characterization of Fatigue Damage in Composite Materials
Damage Documentation in Composites by Stereo Radiography
Maddux G., Porter E., Sendeckyj G.
Fractographic Studies of Graphite/Epoxy Fatigue Specimens
Hetter C., Morris G.
An Investigation of Cumulative Damage Development in Quasi-Isotropic Graphite/Epoxy Laminates
Masters J., Reifsnider K.
Effects of Moisture, Residual Thermal Curing Stresses, and Mechanical Load on the Damage Development in Quasi-Isotropic Laminates
Kriz R., Stinchcomb W.
Mechanisms of Fatigue Damage in Boron/Aluminum Composites
Stiffness-Reduction Mechanisms in Composite Laminates
Highsmith A., Reifsnider K.
The Dependence of Transverse Cracking and Delamination on Ply Thickness in Graphite/Epoxy Laminates
Crossman F., Wang A.
Characterization of Delamination Onset and Growth in a Composite Laminate
Characterizing Delamination Growth in Graphite-Epoxy
Benson R., Camin R., Eisenmann J., Margolis W., Wilkins D.
Compression Fatigue Behavior of Composites in the Presence of Delaminations
Effect of Stacking Sequence on Damage Propagation and Failure Modes in Composite Laminates
Kan H., Ratwani M.
Damage Mechanism and Life Prediction of Graphite/Epoxy Composites
Badaliance R., Dill H.
What Is Fatigue Damage?
Paper ID: STP775-EB
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