2 edition of three-dimensional elastic characteristics of cord-rubber laminates found in the catalog.
three-dimensional elastic characteristics of cord-rubber laminates
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. College of Engineering. Department of Mechanical Engineering. Tire and Suspension Systems Research Group.
by University of Michigan, Office of Research Administration in Ann Arbor
Written in English
|Statement||(by) R.N. Dodge.|
|Contributions||DODGE, R N.|
EFFECTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF ELASTIC LAMINATES IN SPACE-TIME 5 Abstract. The eﬀective properties for a laminar elastic spatial-temporal com-posite were investigated. It was assumed that the composite is binary, that is, it is assembled of two . stiffness and determine the life of composite laminates, commonly referred to as. damage, are complex and intricately related to a variety of fracture modes under. different circumstances, any attempt to model exactly the fine details of them is. often impractical, if not impossible to achieve .
1 ELASTIC MODULI OF LAMINATES 1 Stress and strain transformation 1 Transformation relations for stiffness components 4 Trace and other invariants 7 Transformed stiffness components 11 Transformation in 3D 14 2D and 3D traces 19 Laminated plates 24 Invariants of laminates Thus, understanding the propagation characteristics of the wave is essential for successful application of the technique. The main objective of the present investigation is to identify through analysis-experiment correlation how the AU wave propagates through composite axendadeportiva.com by: 5.
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The three-dimensional elastic characteristics of cord-rubber laminates By Richard N. Dodge and Samuel Kelly Clark Topics: Tire fabrics -- Testing., Tires, Rubber -- Testing., Laminated materials -- Testing., axendadeportiva.com: Richard N. Dodge and Samuel Kelly Clark.
Subject(s): Tire fabrics -- Testing., Tires, Rubber -- Testing., Laminated materials -- Testing., axendadeportiva.com: Richard N.
Dodge, Samuel Kelly Clark. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. The structural response of two-ply cord-rubber composite laminates subjected to torsional loading is investigated using non-linear three-dimensional finite element analysis.
Setoodeh and Karami  also used a three-dimensional elasticity approach to develop a general free vibration and buckling analysis of composite plates with elastic restrained edges. A three-dimensional finite element model was developed to predict the structural response of two-ply cord-rubber composite laminates.
The present model treats a two-ply composite as an equivalent six-ply system with rubber and cord-rubber elements using node isoparametric finite axendadeportiva.com by: 6. In an effort to overcome the limitations of existing rigid bonding analysis of composite laminates, the current three-dimensional elastostatic model is proposed.
In this model, the three-dimensional interlaminar elastic stress field is determined using the technique of layerwise differential axendadeportiva.com by: In this study, GFRP laminates were modeled by the quasi-three-dimensional model. This was developed in order to simulate the structural behavior of laminated composites.
The elastic wave propagation behavior on local impacts were simulated by the explicit integration based on the central difference method in order to predict some elastic wave axendadeportiva.com by: 4.
The elastic mechanical performance of the auxetic skin is evaluated using a three-dimensional analytical model based on the classical laminate theory (CLT) and Sun's thick laminate theory.  introduced a three-dimensional analytical procedure based on the uniform strain assumption to predict the effective elastic properties of wrinkled composite laminates and examined the effects of ply waviness on the in-plane and out-of-plane effective properties of unidirectional and cross-ply axendadeportiva.com by: 8.
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Three-dimensional linear elastic orthotropic finite elements were used for the approximation of reinforced tyre materials. Various authors have expressed analytically the elastic constants.
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