Optimal design for hybrid composites under flexural loading
MetadataShow full item record
A study on the flexural behaviour of hybrid composites reinforced by S-2 glass and T700S carbon fibres is presented in this paper. The effects of fibre volume fractions, hybrid ratio and span-to-depth ratio were studied with the aid of FEA. It is shown that utilisation of hybridisation can improve the flexural strength. A general rule is in order to improve flexural strength, the fibre volume fraction of glass/epoxy plies needs to be higher than that of carbon/epoxy plies. The overall maximum hybrid effect, 37.34%, is achieved when the hybrid ratio is 0.318 ([02G/06C]) when Vfc = 50% and Vfg = 70%. The strength increases are 44.55% and 24.07% when compared with those of the full carbon and glass configurations respectively.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Sudarisman (2009)The flexural behaviour of three different hybrid fibre-reinforced polymer (FRP) matrix composites, i.e. S2-glass/E-glass/epoxy, TR50S carbon/IM7 carbon/epoxy, and E-glass/TR50S carbon/epoxy hybrid FRP composites, has been ...
Flexural and tensile moduli of unidirectional hybrid epoxy composites reinforced by S-2 glass and T700S carbon fibresDong, Jonathan; Davies, Ian (2014)A study on the flexural and tensile moduli of S-2 glass and T700S carbon fibre reinforced hybrid epoxy composites in intra-ply configurations is presented in this paper. Finite element analysis (FEA) and Classic Lamination ...
Optimal design for the flexural behaviour of glass and carbon fibre reinforced polymer hybrid compositesDong, Chensong; Davies, Ian (2012)A study on the flexural behaviour of hybrid composites reinforced by S-2 glass and T700S carbon fibres in an intra-ply configuration is presented in this paper. The three point bend test in accordance with ASTM D790-07 ...