Continuous Discontinuous Fiber Reinforced Polymers

Discontinuous long fiber reinforced polymer structures with local continuous fiber reinforcements represent an important class of lightweight materials with broad design possibilities and diverse technical applications, e.g. in vehicle construction. However, in contrast to continuous fiber reinforced composites, extensively used in the aircraft industry, there is still a lack of integrated and experimentally proven concepts for manufacture, modeling, and dimensioning of combinations of discontinuously and continuously reinforced polymer structures. This is partly ascribed to the complexity of the manufacturing processes of discontinuously reinforced polymers, with heterogeneous, anisotropic, and nonlinear material and structural properties, but also to the resulting bonding problem of both material types. This book addresses these issues, including both continuous and discontinuous fiber processing strategies. Specific design strategies for advanced composite reinforcement strategies are provided, with an integrated and holistic approach taken for composites material selection, product design, and mechanical properties. Characterization, simulation, technology, design, future research, and implementation directions are also included. Especially in the field of application of three-dimensional load-bearing structures, this book provides an excellent foundation for the enhancement of scientific methods and the education of engineers who need an interdisciplinary understanding of process and material techniques, as well as simulation and product development methods.

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  • Author : Thomas Böhlke
  • Publisher : Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG
  • Pages : 448 pages
  • ISBN : 1569906939
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Continuous–Discontinuous Fiber-Reinforced Polymers

Continuous–Discontinuous Fiber-Reinforced Polymers
  • Author : Thomas Böhlke,Frank Henning,Andrew Hrymak,Luise Kärger,Kay Weidenmann,Jeffrey T. Wood
  • Publisher : Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG
  • Release : 05 August 2019
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Discontinuous long fiber reinforced polymer structures with local continuous fiber reinforcements represent an important class of lightweight materials with broad design possibilities and diverse technical applications, e.g. in vehicle construction. However, in contrast to continuous fiber reinforced composites, extensively used in the aircraft industry, there is still a lack of integrated and experimentally proven concepts for manufacture, modeling, and dimensioning of combinations of discontinuously and continuously reinforced polymer structures. This is partly ascribed to the complexity of the manufacturing

Continuous--discontinuous Fiber-reinforced Polymers

Continuous--discontinuous Fiber-reinforced Polymers
  • Author : Luise Kärger
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 26 May 2022
GET THIS BOOKContinuous--discontinuous Fiber-reinforced Polymers

Discontinuous long fiber reinforced polymer structures with local continuous fiber reinforcements represent an important class of lightweight materials with broad design possibilities and diverse technical applications, e.g. in vehicle construction. However, in contrast to continuous fiber reinforced composites, extensively used in the aircraft industry, there is still a lack of integrated and experimentally proven concepts for manufacture, modeling, and dimensioning of combinations of discontinuously and continuously reinforced polymer structures. This is partly ascribed to the complexity of the manufacturing

Multi-Scale Continuum Mechanics Modelling of Fibre-Reinforced Polymer Composites

Multi-Scale Continuum Mechanics Modelling of Fibre-Reinforced Polymer Composites
  • Author : Wim Van Paepegem
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release : 25 November 2020
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Multi-scale modelling of composites is a very relevant topic in composites science. This is illustrated by the numerous sessions in the recent European and International Conferences on Composite Materials, but also by the fast developments in multi-scale modelling software tools, developed by large industrial players such as Siemens (Virtual Material Characterization toolkit and MultiMechanics virtual testing software), MSC/e-Xstream (Digimat software), Simulia (micromechanics plug-in in Abaqus), HyperSizer (Multi-scale design of composites), Altair (Altair Multiscale Designer) This book is intended to

Locally Continuous-fiber Reinforced Sheet Molding Compound.

Locally Continuous-fiber Reinforced Sheet Molding Compound.
  • Author : David Bücheler
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release : 06 March 2018
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The process of co-molding of locally continuous-fiber reinforced structures with Sheet Molding Compound (SMC) has the potential to realize structures economically combining high stiffness with freedom in design. The objective is to combine the flowability of the SMC, needed to form ribs and to integrate inlays, with accurate position and intact shape of the continuous-fiber reinforcement. State-of-the-art in co-molding is still a near net-shape mold coverage of the SMC to prevent any flow. The introduction of a two-step curing resin

Characterisation and Modelling of Continuous-Discontinuous Sheet Moulding Compound Composites for Structural Applications

Characterisation and Modelling of Continuous-Discontinuous Sheet Moulding Compound Composites for Structural Applications
  • Author : Trauth, Anna
  • Publisher : KIT Scientific Publishing
  • Release : 11 December 2020
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The main objective of this work is to significantly deepen the understanding of the material and the structural behaviour of continuous-discontinuous SMC composites, following a holistic approach to investigate microscopic aspects, macroscopic mechanical behaviour as well as failure evolution at the coupon, structure and component level. In addition, criteria to evaluate the effect of hybridisation are introduced and modelling approaches are presented and discussed.

Discontinuous Fiber-Reinforced Composites

Discontinuous Fiber-Reinforced Composites
  • Author : Umesh Gandhi,Sebastian Goris,Tim A. Osswald,Yu-Yang Song
  • Publisher : Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG
  • Release : 09 March 2020
GET THIS BOOKDiscontinuous Fiber-Reinforced Composites

There are many books on composite material analysis, but most cover mainly continuous fiber materials, rather than those filled with discontinuous fibers, which are particularly attractive for large-volume and low-cost applications. This book provides the theoretical and practical background to design and use discontinuous fiber-reinforced polymer materials, with an emphasis on structural parts for the automotive industry. Moreover, the product of years of collaborative work between industry and academia is presented in an easy-to-use, comprehensive manner. The information provided makes

Flow-Induced Alignment in Composite Materials

Flow-Induced Alignment in Composite Materials
  • Author : T.D. Papthanasiou,Andre Benard
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release : 20 October 2021
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The purpose of aligning short fibers in a fiber-reinforced material is to improve the mechanical properties of the resulting composite. Aligning the fibers, generally in a preferred direction, allows them to contribute as much as possible to reinforcing the material. The first edition of this book detailed, in a single volume, the science, processing, applications, characterization and properties of composite materials reinforced with short fibers that have been orientated in a preferred direction by flows arising during processing. The technology

Strengthening of Concrete Structures Using Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP)

Strengthening of Concrete Structures Using Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP)
  • Author : Hwai-Chung Wu,Christopher D Eamon
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release : 21 February 2017
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Strengthening of Concrete Structures Using Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP): Design, Construction and Practical Applications presents a best practice guide on the structural design and strengthening of bridge structures using advanced Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) composites. The book briefly covers the basic concepts of FRP materials and composite mechanics, while focusing on practical design and construction issues, including inspection and quality control, paying special attention to the differences in various design codes (US, Japan, and Europe) and recommendations. At present, several

Science and Engineering of Short Fibre Reinforced Polymer Composites

Science and Engineering of Short Fibre Reinforced Polymer Composites
  • Author : S-Y Fu,B Lauke,Y.-W. Mai
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 06 July 2009
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When fibres in a composite are discontinuous and are shorter than a few millimetres, the composite is called a ‘short fibre reinforced composite (SFRP)’. SFRPs have found extensive applications in automobiles, business machines, durable consumer items, sporting goods and electrical industries owing to their low cost, easy processing and superior mechanical properties over the parent polymers. The book summarises recent developments in this area, focusing on the fundamental mechanisms that govern the mechanical properties including strength, modulus, fracture toughness and

Discontinuous-Fibre Reinforced Composites

Discontinuous-Fibre Reinforced Composites
  • Author : Kheng Lim Goh
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 22 October 2016
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This book provides a simple and unified approach to the mechanics of discontinuous-fibre reinforced composites, and introduces readers as generally as possible to the key concepts regarding the mechanics of elastic stress transfer, intermediate modes of stress transfer, plastic stress transfer, fibre pull-out, fibre fragmentation and matrix rupture. These concepts are subsequently applied to progressive stages of the loading process, through to the composite fractures. The book offers a valuable guide for advanced undergraduate and graduate students attending lecture courses

Composite Materials

Composite Materials
  • Author : Krishan K. Chawla
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 26 September 2012
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The third edition of Krishan Chawla's widely used textbook, Composite Materials, offers integrated and completely up-to-date coverage of composite materials. The book focuses on the triad of processing, structure, and properties, while providing a well-balanced treatment of the materials science and mechanics of composites. In this edition of Composite Materials, revised and updated throughout, increasing use of composites in industry (especially aerospace and energy) and new developments in the field are highlighted. There is a new chapter on non-conventional composites,