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Strain rate and temperature effects on the burst properties of filament wound composite tubes

A. S. Kaddour

Strain rate and temperature effects on the burst properties of filament wound composite tubes

by A. S. Kaddour

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


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StatementA.S. Kaddour ; supervised by S.T.S. Al-Hassani.
ContributionsAl-Hassani, S. T. S., Supervisor., Mechanical Engineering (A.M.).
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Open LibraryOL17261970M

Filament winding is a manufacturing method for making tubular and cylindrical shapes of extreme strength and light weight. The technology involves wrapping a mandrel — which is a reusable steel core with resin-impregnated carbon fiber, Kevlar, or Fiberglas fiber — and then curing it in an oven. T C Henry*, Charles E Bakis and E C Smith, , "Determination of Effective Ply-Level Properties of Filament Wound Composite Tubes Loaded in Compression", J. Testing and Evaluation, 43, (1), pp. 12 Chandrashekhar Tiwari, Todd C Henry, E C Smith and Charles E Bakis, , "Experimental Evaluation of Novel Foam Filled Energy Absorbing Composite.

FILAMENT WOUND COMPOSITE TUBES A THESIS SUBMITTED TO were determined and the effect of reinforcement direction on the mechanical performance of these composites was investigated. In addition, the effect of a Table Properties of the strain gages, used in experiments Table Layer configurations, layer thicknesses and in. Abstract: The most important concern in design of filament-wound composite pressure vessels reflects on the determination of the optimum shape and optimum laminate stacking sequence of composite vessels based on the matrix cracking pressure and burst pressure of composite laminates.

Material Properties Filament Wound Composite Structures Textbook Definition: A composite material is a macroscopic combination of two or more distinct materials, having a recognizable interface between them. Practical Definition: A versatile solution to today's design problems. Amalga Composites offers a variety of light weight and high. metal tubes or commercial composite tubes which were consisted of an axial fiber core with a woven cloth over-wrap and vinylester resin. In that work, we found [3] that the axial strain is a much smaller fraction (1/10) of the hoop strain than for the aluminum tubes. In the present study, we used filament wound specimen tubes.


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Strain rate and temperature effects on the burst properties of filament wound composite tubes by A. S. Kaddour Download PDF EPUB FB2

The main objective of this work is to determine the in-plane mechanical properties of unidirectional laminae made of kevlar49/epoxy (KRP) and carbon/epoxy (CFRP) materials from tube expansion tests.

Testing the tubes at high strain rates resulted in substantial increases in burst strength and ultimate hoop strain as compared with the quasi-static and low strain rate values.

The mode of failure of 75° tube is a catastrophic fibre breakage under all test conditions. ‘The Effect of Strain Rate on the Mechanical Properties of Filament Wound-Fibre Re-inforced Plastic Tubes’, Ph.D.

Thesis,MIST, Manchester. Google Scholar Cited by: 3. A comprehensive study was undertaken to characterise Kevlar reinforced plastic (KRP) angle ply filament wound tubes at different temperatures.

Quasi-static burst tests were performed on tubes of 25°, 55° and 75° winding angle. The tubes were burst under internal radial pressure with minimum end constraints.

An experimental rig and two conditioning tanks were designed and built to Cited by: 8. flat composite layups, obtaining unidirectional p ly properties in cylindrical filament-wound composites is not as straig ht-forward.

In this work, we apply the composite pipe stress. From his study, it appears that filament wound composite tubes should be wound at ° for closed-end tubes, 75° for open-end tubes and at the lowest possible angle for tensile loading.

Bhavya et al. [6] performing failure analysis of an anti-symmetric composite cylinder under open-end condition found similar results.

Effect of resin flexibility on the properties of filament wound tubes M.J. LEGG and D. HULL The tensile, compressive, and shear properties of a range of terephthalic polyester-resins with flexibilizing additions have been determined.

Also, it was determined the thermal and expansion coefficients for evaluate their effect on the burst pressure of the composite pipes. The filament wound composites were manufactured with. Burst tests have been carried out on thin filament-wound angle-ply ±75 ° Kevlar/epoxy (KRP) and ±75 ° XAS carbon/epoxy (CFRP) tubes at strain rates up to /s by means of an internal.

3 hours ago  In this work, the effects of scanning strategies and printing temperature on mechanical properties and crush behaviors of columns manufactured using the fused deposition modeling (FDM) technique were studied.

The results showed that scanning strategy and printing temperature had significant influences on mechanical response and deformation mode of the columns. Yao and Ziegmann established the equivalence between temperature and moisture in an accelerated test involving short-term creep tests on filament-wound GRE mortar pipes.

Mertiny et al. [12], [13] performed an experimental study on the leakage behavior of filament-wound GRE tubes with a winding pattern of ±60 °C at room temperature and °C. This research aims to study the burst pressure and mechanical behavior of filament wound composite pipes.

Also, it was determined the thermal and expansion coefficients for evaluate their effect on the burst pressure of the composite pipes. The filament wound composites were manufactured with different winding angles, from ±35° to ±75°.

Hinton, 'Influence of winding angle on the strength of filament wound composite tubes subject to uniaxial and biaxial loads' Composites Science and Technology, 46, S, al strain at high pressures corresponds to the gradient calculated on the assumption that the load bearing capacity of the liner can be ignored at higher pressures.

C-K Composites Co., LLC. Bridgeport Street Mount Pleasant, PA USA. Phone: Fax: [email protected]   A numerical/experimental study was conducted to investigate the failure pressure of filament wound composite tubes subjected to internal pressure. A progressive failure analysis was performed using ABAQUS (version ) commercial software employing an alternative damage model implemented by the user subroutine (UMAT).

The quality and material properties of filament-wound tubes depend on a variety of parameters. Numerous ways of classifying these parameters have been established. Cohen () for example categorized influential parameters into five groups, which are.

Filament wound composite structures are widely used in the field of pressure vessels, tubes, pipelines or rocket cases.

The mechanical behavior of these structures is typically different from. analysis processes of filament wound composite tubes under pure and combined loading. The problem is studied by using a computational tool based on the Finite Element Method (FEM).

Filament wound tubes are modeled as single layered orthotropic tubes. Several analyses are performed on layered orthotropic tubes by using FEM. CURING STRESSES IN THICK POLYMER COMPOSITE COMPONENTS PART I: ANALYSIS M. Wisnom 1, L. Stringer 2, R. Hayman 2, and M. Hinton 1University of Bristol, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Bristol, BS8 1TR, U.K 2 Mechanical Sciences Sector, DERA, Farnborough, Hants, GU14 0LX, U.K.

SUMMARY: Residual stresses throughout the cure cycle in thick filament wound tubes. Experimental investigations were performed on strain characteristic of filament wound composite cylinder. Cylinders are wound with S-1 glass fiber and epoxy resin, and then subjected to an axial tension.

During loading, strains at three fiber crossing position and one laminate region on cylinder’s surface are measured by gauges for better understanding strain field.

In order to investigate these parameters, internal pressure tests are done on the filament-wound composite tubes having internal diameter ± mm and length ± mm according to ASTM D standard. The tubes for the testing are manufactured by wet filament winding methods of [± 60°] E-glass/Epoxy of various wall thicknesses.In this case the strain rate was held constant and the temperature was varied.

As expected, as the temperature increases the strength and modulus of the material decline, mimicking the effects of changing strain rate. The equivalence of strain rate and temperature can be demonstrated by performing this simple exercise.Burst Strength of FW-FRP Composite Ring The results of ring burst tests are tabulated in Table 2.

Numbers of specimens are 3 to 5 for each type and ply number specimens. Volume fraction of fiber of all specimens is almost 50 %. It is understood from the table that the burst strain .