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Numerical and experimental studies of damage generation in a polymer composite material at high strain rates
Samples of S2-glass/epoxy composites have been subjected to microstructural investigation after testing in compression at quasi-static and high strain rates using the split Hopkinson pressure bar. A numerical model was ...
Development of novel multilayer materials for impact applications: A combined numerical and experimental approach
A well-verified and validated numerical model was used to investigate stress wave propagation in a multilayer material subjected to impact loading. The baseline material consisted of a ceramic faceplate and composite backing ...
Calcined and natural frustules filled epoxy matrices: The effect of volume fraction on the tensile and compression behavior
The effects of calcined diatom (CD) and natural diatom (ND) frustules filling (0–12 vol.%) on the quasistatic tensile and quasi-static and high strain rate compression behavior of an epoxy matrix were investigated ...
Stress wave propagation effects in two- and three-layered composite materials
(SAGE Publications, 2004)
Multilayer materials consisting of ceramic and glass/epoxy composites have been subjected to high strain rate compression testing using the Split Hopkinson Pressure Bar. The samples were extensively strain gaged so that ...
Foam glass processing using a polishing glass powder residue
The foaming behavior of a powder residue/waste of a soda-lime window glass polishing facility was investigated at the temperatures between 700 and 950 °C. The results showed that the foaming of the glass powder started at ...