Effects of out-of-plane properties on distortions of composite panels


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Wijskamp, S. and Lamers, E.A.D. and Akkerman, R. (2000) Effects of out-of-plane properties on distortions of composite panels. In: FRC 2000 : composites for the millennium : Eight International Conference on Fibre Reinforced Composites. Woodhead Publishing, pp. 361-368. ISBN 9781855735507

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Abstract:Continuous-fibre-reinforced plastic products show shape distortions when they are released from the mould after forming at elevated temperatures. The residual stresses and the resulting spring-forward of a curved product can be modelled, but this requires the three-dimensional thermo-elastic properties of a laminate. These are predicted for a woven fabric reinforced plastic using micromechanics. To verify the modelling, a dilatometer test set-up is developed to measure the dimensional changes due to temperature changes of curved strip specimens made of carbon/PEI 5H satin weave fabric laminates.
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