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TIME R8-Andalucía 8 R9-España 1 R10-España 2 R11-España 3 R12-España 4 R13-España 5 R14-Giralda

TLaTP.1/1

DaMoNC.3/3

StFC.1/1

FHC.2/2

JoTC.2/2

GCaLCA.1/1

CI.2/2

Thermal Loads and Thermal Properties

P.OLIVIER ; P.FERNBERG

Damage and Mechanics of Nanocomposites

M.ZAPPALORTO ; M.ARAI

Steel Fibre Composites

L.M.FERREIRA ; G.VARGAS

Fibre Hybrid Composites

Y.SWOLFS ; C.GONZALEZ

Joining of Thermoplastic Composites

C.WORRALL ; I.FERNANDEZ VILLEGAS

Green Composites and Life Cycle Assessment

M.L.MASPOCH ; C.GALAN MARIN

Composite Interfaces

A.BISMARCK ; C.MAROTZKE

11:50

26.2.1-R8 STUDY OF THE INTERLAMINAR QUASI-STATIC AND FATIGUE BEHAVIOUR OF A CARBON PPS USING THE SINGLE LAPSHEAR GEOMETRY

I.DE BAERE (GHENT UNIVERSITY), W.VAN PAEPEGEM, J.DEGRIECK

This manuscript presents a method of producing such benchmark lapshear specimens for a hot pressed carbon fabric reinforced thermoplastic. The mechanical behaviour of these specimens is then assessed using quasi-static and tension-tension fatigue experiments.

26.2.1-R9 HYPERELASTIC MODEL FOR FORMING SIMULATIONS OF A NON-CRIMP 3D ORTHOGONAL WEAVE E-GLASS COMPOSITE REINFORCEMENT

J.PAZMINO, S.MATHIEU, V.CARVELLI (POLITECNICO DI MILANO), P.BOISSE, SV.LOMOV

An hyperelastic constitutive model is improved to investigate formability of a single layer E-glass non-crimp 3D orthogonal woven reinforcement. Experimental and numerical simulations demonstrated the adequacy of the model predicting the behaviour of the 3D reinforcement during 3D shapes forming.

26.2.1-R10 MODELLING THE NONLINEAR RATE-DEPENDENCE OF YIELD STRESS OF POLYPROPYLENE AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURE

M.OKEREKE (UNIVERSITY OF GREENWICH), C.HIEU, A.AKPOYOMARE

26.2.1-R11 INVESTIGATION OF A COMPOSITE TENSILE ENERGY ABSORPTION ELEMENT UNDER STATIC AND DYNAMIC LOADING

T.BERGMANN (EADS INNOVATION WORKS), S.HEIMBS, G.TREMMEL, M.MAIER

An experimental and numerical study was conducted to investigate the energy absorption capability of a tensile energy absorber, in which a metallic bolt is continuously pulled through a composite or sandwich plate, causing it to fail successively under bearing mode.

26.2.1-R12 STUDY OF THERMAL PROPERTIES OF RICE HUSK POLYPROPYLENE (RHPP) COMPOSITES

V.KUMAR (SANT LONGOWAL INSTITUTE OF ENGG. AND TECHNOLOGY)

26.2.1-R13 DELAMINATION BEHAVIOR OF ASYMMETRIC SANDWICH SHELLS UNDER AXIAL COMPRESSIVE LOADING

M.PIETREK (TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITÄT BRAUNSCHWEIG), P.HORST, M.MUND, K.DILGER

The work covers the experimental and numerical analysis of asymmetric sandwich shells consisting of a CFRP-skin, an aluminum skin and a PMI foam core under axial compressive load. The manufacturing process, testing and the comparison with FE-simulations are presented.

26.2.1-R14 MODELLING THE NONLINEAR RATE-DEPENDENCE OF YIELD STRESS OF POLYPROPYLENE AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURE

M.OKEREKE (UNIVERSITY OF GREENWICH), C.HIEU, A.AKPOYOMARE

12:10

26.2.2-R8 IMPACT RESISTANCE OF DIFFERENT GF-EPOXY LAMINATES

B.JENS, R.CHRISTIAN, M.PETRA (UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED STRALSUND)

26.2.2-R9 MOULDABLE SMC/BMC AUTOMOTIVE COMPOSITES FROM SUSTAINABLE RESOURCES

L.SAVAGE (UNIVERSITY OF EXETER)

Mouldable, Short fibre thermoset composites- Sheet Moulding Compounds (SMC) represents the leading volume-fabrication route for structural composites for the automotive market. Lightweight bio-derived versions were developed in this study, where improvement in impact performance was a critical objective.

26.2.2-R10 MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF VARIOUS TYPES OF FIBER REINFORCED PLASTER COMPOSITES

E.AKIN (SELCUK UNIVERSITY), B.ALEESSA ALAM

26.2.2-R11 POLYMER MATRIX COMPOSITES WITH CARBON NANOTUBES AS ABSORBING AND SHIELDING MATERIALS FOR MICROWAVE AND TERAHERTZ RANGES

V.BOVTUN (INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS ASCR, PRAGUE), M.KEMPA, D.NUZHNYY, M.SAVINOV, J.PETZELT

Analysis of shielding and absorption efficiency of composites of poly(ethylene terephthalate) and multiwalled carbon nanotubes was perfomed on the base of dielectric and ac conductivity spectra studied in a very broad frequency range from 0.1 mHz to 1 THz.

26.2.2-R12 STUDY OF THERMAL PROPERTIES OF RICE HUSK POLYPROPYLENE (RHPP) COMPOSITES

V.KUMAR (SANT LONGOWAL INSTITUTE OF ENGG. AND TECHNOLOGY)

26.2.2-R13 PRODUCING METAL MATRIX COMPOSITES WITH NON-AGGLOMERATED NANODIAMOND REINFORCEMENTS BY CONSOLIDATION OF MECHANICALLY ALLOYED GRANULES WITH LIQUID PHASE FORMATION

V.POPOV, M.KHOMUTOV (NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY “MISIS”, MOSCOW, RUSSIA), A.PROSVIRYAKOV

Consolidation of composite granules with high content of non-agglomerated uniformly distributed nanodiamonds is aim of the work. The developed method includes mechanical alloying and liquid stamping. Granules are totally or partially melted to enable elimination of the boundaries between granules.

26.2.2-R14 INTERFACIAL SHEAR STRENGTH OF REACTIVELY PROCESSED ANIONIC POLY AMIDE-6 AND GLASS FIBRE USING THE MICROBOND TEST.

S.ROCH (JAMES WLAKER DEVOL)

12:30

26.2.3-R8 EFFECT OF PROCESS PARAMETERS ON DAMAGE TOLERANCE OF CARBON-EPOXY LAMINATE PREFORMED USING ONE-SIDED STITCHING

C.LEDUC (ÉCOLE DE TECHNOLOGIE SUPÉRIEURE), S.JONCAS, JS.LECLERC

Damage tolerance of vacuum-infused quasi-isotropic carbon-epoxy laminates made from one-sided stitched (OSS®) preforms using different process parameters (i.e. stitching pitch, molding strategy and stitching orientation) were benchmarked using open-hole compression (OHC) and compression after impact (CAI) standard tests.

26.2.3-R9 MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF VARIOUS TYPES OF FIBER REINFORCED PLASTER COMPOSITES

E.AKIN (SELCUK UNIVERSITY), B.ALEESSA ALAM

26.2.3-R10 PSEUDO-DUCTILITY BY FRAGMENTATION OF CENTRAL UNIDIRECTIONAL PLIES IN THIN CFRP ANGLE-PLY LAMINATES

J.FULLER (UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL), M.JALALVAND, MR.WISNOM

Pseudo-ductile metal-like tensile stress-strain responses with 700 MPa ”yield stress” plateau and 4.0% failure strain have been achieved experimentally using thin-ply carbon-epoxy prepreg and [±26n/0]s (n = 8, 10) layups. Failure analysis shows a gradual failure of fragmentation and delaminations.

26.2.3-R11 MODELING OF LAYERED FIBER REINFORCED COMPOSITES ACCOUNTING FOR DELAMINATION

JW.SIMON (RWTH AACHEN UNIVERSITY), S.REESE

26.2.3-R12 MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF VARIOUS TYPES OF FIBER REINFORCED PLASTER COMPOSITES

E.AKIN (SELCUK UNIVERSITY), B.ALEESSA ALAM

26.2.3-R13 QUASI-BRITTLE FRACTURE DIAGRAMS FOR WELDED JOINTS UNDER LOW- CYCLIC LOADING CONDITIONS

V.KORNEV (LAVRENTYEV INSTITUTE OF HYDRODYNAMICS SB RAS)

26.2.3-R14 SHPB TESTING OF 2D AND 3D GLASS FIBER VINYLESTER WOVEN COMPOSITE UNDER HIGH RATE OF IMPACT LOADING

C.BOUERY (ENSTA-BRETAGNE), M.TARFAOUI, A.EL MALKI ALAOUI

12:50

26.2.4-R8 PLASTIC DEFORMATION FLOW EQUATIONS OF TI2ALN/TIAL COMPOSITES

D.SUN (HARBIN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY), T.SUN, Q.WANG, DQ.WANG, XL.HAN et al.

26.2.4-R10 INDUSTRIAL WOVEN NON-CRIMP MULTILAYER FABRICS FOR BETTER IMPACT PROPERTIES

M.HAESKE (RWTH AACHEN), BM.WENDLAND, L.VAN DER SCHUEREN, YS.GLOY, T.GRIES

In this research project “Multi-NonCrimp”, it is shown that multilayer 3D interlock weaves with minimal warp and weft crimp can be produced on full width weaving looms. Woven fabrics are impregnated and mechanically characterized by 3-point flexural and bending test.

26.2.4-R11 AN ENERGY-BASED METHOD FOR NUMERICAL FATIGUE ANALYSIS FOR MULTIDIRECTIONAL CARBON FIBER REINFORCED PLASTICS

P.WAGNER (BMW GROUP), T.BRUDER, M.MAY, F.BACHMANN

This work describes experiments on multiaxial fibre reinforced plastic laminates, which were performed in order to create a model for the numerical fatigue analysis. The presented tests characterise the fatigue behaviour of chosen laminates for unidirectional loading conditions.

26.2.4-R12 MODELING THE PROGRESSIVE DAMAGE OF ADHESIVELY BONDED JOINTS

A.VASSILOPOULOS (ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE FEDERALE DE LAUSANNE (EPFL)), R.SARFARAZ, M.SHAHVERDI, T.KELLER

A progressive damage model was developed based on a mixed-mode fracture failure criterion, experimentally developed using data acquired under pure Modes of fracture. It was successfully employed for predicting the strength and the R-curve response of structural joints.

26.2.4-R13 MODELING OF THE TENSILE STRENGTH OF ALIGNED FLAX FIBER-REINFORCED COMPOSITES

J.ANDERSONS (INSTITUTE OF POLYMER MECHANICS, UNIVERSITY OF LATVIA), J.MODNIKS, E.SPĀRNIŅŠ

26.2.4-R14 THE INVESTIGATION OF MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF CYLINDRICAL STRUCTURES COMPRISING SANDWICH FIBRE REINFORCED PLASTIC COMPOSITES

D.ZELENIAKIENE (KAUNAS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY), V.LEISIS, P.GRISKEVICIUS

A methodology for the investigation of stiffness and strength of cylindrical structures made of sandwich composite with facesheets made from glass fibre and polyvinylester resin and a core made from recycled paper hexagonal honeycomb impregnated with polyvinylester resin was deduced.

13:10

26.2.5-R8 TAILORING OF ELECTRO-MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF GRAPHENE REINFORCED TEMPLATED COMPOSITES

N.HEEDER, A.YUSSUF, I.CHAKRABORTY, M.GODFRIN, A.SHUKLA (UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND) et al.

A capillary-driven particle level templating technique was utilized to disperse graphene nanoplatelets within a polystyrene matrix to form multi-functional composites with tailored electro-mechanical properties. Results showed that the properties of the composites can be easily tailored for a target application.

26.2.5-R11 CHARACTERIZATION OF POLY (L-LACTIDE) NANOCOMPOSITES WITH CARBON NANOTUBES

C.ALBANO (UCV), J.PALACIOS, G.GONZALEZ, R.CASTILLO, A.KARAM et al.

26.2.5-R12 SHPB TESTING OF 2D AND 3D GLASS FIBER VINYLESTER WOVEN COMPOSITE UNDER HIGH RATE OF IMPACT LOADING

C.BOUERY (ENSTA-BRETAGNE), M.TARFAOUI, A.EL MALKI ALAOUI

Desarrollo: Gesintur, S.L.© 2014