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By Christian Decolon

This booklet presents the root for calculations of composite constructions, utilizing continuum mechanics to facilitate the remedy of extra complex theories. A composite constitution combines conventional fabrics (such as concrete) with new fabrics (such as excessive functionality fibres) to discover and strengthen new constructions. the writer offers with person layers in laminate composites, discussing the elemental legislation that govern combos. · advised for either pupil use · a scientific, compact presentation in one quantity · Covers the governing equations of composite beams, plates and buildings

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The change in thickness of the laminate is given by" Ae = Ae f + Ae m = e f e f + emE 2 , where e f and e m are the thicknesses of the fibre and matrix parts. Designating by 17the width of the composite, it may be noted that: v / ___ef b l _ e f Vf = ebl v e and: Vm mere e . The transverse expansion of the composite is: ~'2 = - -e- = f f 9 48 Analysis of composite structures Poisson's coefficient Vl2 of the composite is defined by" t; 2 v12 = - ~ . El From this we obtain the expression: VI2 -- Vfvf + VmVm -'- Vfvf "4- 0 -Vf )I/m, which provides Poisson's coefficient VI2.

We note that, designating by I the length of the composite: vf _Sfl v - -Sl V~ S m -- m _Sf s and that: S ~ The tensile stresses in the fibres and in the matrix are equal to: 0"/ = E f s 1, 0"~ = Ems 1, and the tensile force is given by: Elastic constants of a unidirectional composite F = S fo'f 47 + SmtY~n . The tensile stress cr I in the composite is" F ~'1 -- - - ---- Vfo'! f "l" VmO"~ "- (Vf E f "t" V m E m )E' l . S The longitudinal Young's modulus E l of the composite is defined by: E l = tYl ~'1 and thus we obtain the relationship: E l =VfEf +]/mE m = V f E f +(l-Vf)em, which provides a satisfactory value of E l .

Influence o f temperature a n d humidity on the constitutive relation o f an orthotropic material The variation of temperature AT results in a strain field defined by' e, = oti A T (i = 1,2,3), e i = 0 (i = 4,5,6), or: ei=ctiAT ( i = l , 2 ..... 6), with ct4 = c t 5 = c t 6 = 0 . oti being the coefficient of thermal expansion in the x I direction. The variation of humidity At/, equal to the relative variation of the mass of the material, results in a strain field defined by: e, = fliArl (i : 1,2,3), e i = 0 (i : 4,5,6), or: e, = fliArl (i = 1,2 .....

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