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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 ...
Effect of strain rate on the compressive mechanical behavior of a continuous alumina fiber reinforced ZE41A magnesium alloy based composite
The compressive mechanical response of an FP™ continuous fiber (35 vol.%) Mg composite has been determined in the transverse and longitudinal directions at quasi-static and high strain rates. It was found that the composite ...
The effect of strain rate on the compressive deformation behavior of a sintered Ti6Al4V powder compact
The high strain rate (220–550 s−1) and quasi-static (0.0016 s−1) compression deformation behavior of a sintered Ti6Al4V powder compact was investigated. The compact was prepared using atomized spherical particles (100–200 ...
Effect of aluminum closed-cell foam filling on the quasi-static axial crush performance of glass fiber reinforced polyester composite and aluminum/composite hybrid tubes
The effect of Al closed-cell foam filling on the quasi-static crushing behavior of an E-glass woven fabric polyester composite tube and thin-walled Al/polyester composite hybrid tube was experimentally investigated. For ...
Diatom frustule-filled epoxy: Experimental and numerical study of the quasi-static and high strain rate compression behavior
In this study, centric type diatom frustules obtained from a diatomaceous earth filter material were used as filler in an epoxy resin with a weight percentage of 15% in order to assess the possible effects on the compressive ...
Processing and compression testing of Ti6Al4V foams for biomedical applications
Open cell Ti6Al4V foams (60% porosity) were prepared at sintering temperatures between 1,200 and 1,350 °C using ammonium bicarbonate particles (315–500 μm) as space holder. The resulting cellular structure of the foams ...