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Author Sekine, Hideki.

Title Progress in micromechanical research of fracture of composite materials : special topic volume with selected papers of Hideki Sekine / edited by P.W.R. Beaumont and Y. Shibuya
Published Stafa-Zurich ; Enfield, NH : Trans Tech Publications, [2010]
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Description 1 online resource (132 pages) : illustrations
Series Key engineering materials, 1013-9826 ; v. 430
Key engineering materials ; v. 430
Contents Fiber Bridging Effect on In-Plane-Shear Mode Crack Extension Resistance of Unidirectional Fiber-Reinforced Composites -- Fracture Energy and Fracture Behavior of Short-Fiber-Reinforced SMC Composites -- Fracture Toughness of Whisker Reinforced Ceramics -- Load Carrying Capacity of Notched CFRP Laminates -- Damage Mechanism and Apparent Fracture Strength of Notched Fiber-Reinforced Composite Laminates -- Tensile Strength Deterioration of Short-Glass-Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastics by Addition of a Slight Amount of Inorganic Agent -- Effect of Matrix Hardening on Tensile Strength of Alumina-Fiber Reinforced Aluminum Matrix Composites -- Stress-Corrosion Cracking in Unidirectional GFRP Composites -- Multi-Scale Analysis of Viscoelastic Behavior of Laminated Composite Structures
Summary This special issue collects together selected papers from the oeuvre of Professor Hideki Sekine concerning micromechanical research into the fracture of composite materials. Micromechanical research into the fracture of composite materials is the main focus of his academic career. The phenomenon which we measure in terms of fracture toughness or fracture strength is a macro-scale behavior. It results from fiber-bridging, fiber-breakage, interface debonding, matrix cracking, matrix yielding, matrix creep and so on at the micro-scale. An²⁶ important aim of his research is to extract meaningful factors affecting the fracture of composite materials and to incorporate those factors into the relevant mathematical model. Sophisticated simulation techniques have recently been developed, and used to simulate multi-scale and multi-physical phenomena ranging from the molecular level up to the level of the structure. In these simulations, micromechanical modeling is more important due to its ability to extract meaningful results; even from massive numerical simulations. It is hoped that this special issue will provide impetus to making further progress in the fracture mechanics of composite materials
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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Subject Composite materials -- Fracture.
Composite materials -- Testing.
Form Electronic book
Author Beaumont, Peter W. R.
Shibuya, Y.
LC no. 2010459392
ISBN 3038133604 (electronic bk.)
9783038133605 (electronic bk.)