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Fracture behavior of a stitched warp-knit carbon fabric composite
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, Available from NASA Center for AeroSpace Information (CASI) in Hampton, Va, Hanover MD
Written in English
|Statement||Clarence C. Poe, James R. Reeder, F.G. Yuan.|
|Series||NASA/TM -- 2001-210868., NASA technical memorandum -- 210868.|
|Contributions||Reeder, James R., Yuan, F. G., Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
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Fracture Behavior of a Stitched Warp-Knit Carbon Fabric Composite Clarence C. Poe, Jr., and James R. Reeder Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia F.
Yuan North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina National Aeronautics and Space Administration Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia May Download Citation | Fracture Behavior of a Stitched Warp-Knit Carbon Fabric Composite | Tests were conducted on several types of fracture specimens made from a carbon/epoxy composite.
The. Pilot studies are conducted to characterize the macroscopic fracture resistance behavior using linear elastic fracture mechanics and attempt to quantify the fracture parameters in which may govern the fracture and failure patterns of stitched warp-knit fabric composites.
Methods based on the J-integral method and Betti's reciprocal theorem in extracting the fracture parameters, critical stress Cited by: 6. Get this from a library. Fracture behavior of a stitched warp-knit carbon fabric composite. [C C Poe; James R Reeder; F G Yuan; Langley Research Center.].
A series of tests were conducted to measure the fracture toughness of carbon/epoxy composites. The composites were made from warp-knit carbon fabric and infiltrated with epoxy using a resin-film-infusion process. The fabric, which was designed by McDonnell Douglas for the skin of. An earlier work by Osada et al.
pointed out that nonlinear behaviour for a 4-harness satin composite laminate was identified at % of ultimate strength when the composite was tested under unidirectional tensile stress in the warp direction.
This nonlinear behaviour was identified with transverse matrix cracking in the fill fibre bundles followed by fibre fracture in the warp by: The purposes of stitching multi-axial warp knitted fabric preform prior to the fabrication of the composite materials by resin-transfer molding technique are to improve the resistance to delamination and to increase the out-of-plane properties of the composite materials for structural integrity.
The influence of the through-the-thickness stitching on the elastic properties and behaviors of the Cited by: 1. Fracture behavior of a stitched warp-knit carbon fabric composite. Tech rep NASA-Technical Memorandum ; National Aeronautics and Space Agency; Google ScholarCited by: the anisotropy of a knitted composite can also be manipulated to suit a particular requirement Queen’s cord.
is one of the -basic warpknitted structures which have chain stitch lapping movement the frontin guide bar. The dimension of the Queen’s cord fabric changes very slightly in width. It gives a superior stability to this type of : Hadi Dabiryan, Ali Asghar Asgharian Jeddi.
Types. Warp knitting comprises several types of knitted warp-knit fabrics are resistant to runs and relatively easy to sew. Raschel lace (a common type of machine made lace) is a warp knit fabric but using many more guide-bars (12+) than the usual machines which mostly have three or four bars.
Tricot. Tricot is very common in right side of the fabric has fine. The use of impact force as a scale parameter for the impact response of composite laminates [microform] Fracture behavior of a stitched warp-knit carbon fabric composite [microform] / Clarence C. Poe, James R Fracture toughness of fibrous composite materials [microform] / C.C.
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Poe, C. Weft knit reinforcement fabrics When “warp” and “weft” yarns cross at degree angles, the result is common cloth. But when small yarn loops reinforce each of those intersections, the result is a weft knit reinforcement fabric of uncommon strength and flexibility for critical reinforcement needs.
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Fiberglass Supply - Carbon Fiber and Composite Supplies for the 21st Century. Design of Warp Knit Spacer Fabrics: Recent research insights on technical applications Narayanan Gokarneshan, The compressive behavior of warp knit spacer fabrics has been analyzed under both Hence in order to design a warp knit spacer fabric of desired compression behavior, it Cited by: 1.
Introduction to warp knit fabric technology 2. Stitch notation for warp knits 3. Warping, Knit Machines and Dyeing 4. Basic warp knit stitch constructions 5. Jersey and modified Jersey stitch tricots 6. Delaware and Modified Delaware Tricots 7.
Queenscord and modified Queenscord Tricots 8. Single Bar Fabric Concepts 9. Surface Interest 5/5(1). The use of impact force as a scale parameter for the impact response of composite laminates [microform] Fracture behavior of a stitched warp-knit carbon fabric composite [microform] /.
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This book addresses the issue of designing the microstructure of fiber composite materials in order to obtain optimum performance. Besides the systematic treatment of conventional continuous and discontinuous fiber composites, the book also presents the state-of-the-art of the development of textile structural composites as well as the nonlinear elastic finite deformation theory of flexible.
Fracture behavior of a stitched warp-knit carbon fabric composite. NASA - Technical Memorandum -National Aeronautics and Spa ce Agency, USA. 33 [ 13 ] Campbell, K., Material characterisation – 5HS/RTM6.One of the two main classifications of knitted fabrics.
A set of yarns traverses lengthwise, interacting with the needles to form new fabric stitches. An example of warp knit fabric is the material used in lingerie.