By Bo Song, Dan Casem, Jamie Kimberley
Dynamic habit of fabrics, quantity 1: Proceedings of the 2013 Annual convention on Experimental and utilized Mechanics, the 1st quantity of 8 from the convention, brings jointly contributions to this crucial quarter of analysis and engineering. the gathering offers early findings and case reports on primary and utilized facets of Experimental Mechanics, together with papers on:
General Dynamic fabric Properties
Novel Dynamic trying out Techniques
Dynamic Fracture and Failure
Novel trying out Techniques
Dynamic habit of Geo-materials
Dynamic habit of organic and Biomimetic Materials
Dynamic habit of Composites and Multifunctional Materials
Dynamic habit of Low-Impedance materials
Multi-scale Modeling of Dynamic habit of Materials
Quantitative Visualization of Dynamic habit of Materials
Shock/Blast Loading of Materials
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The process is repeated as the platform is lowered into the resin and the next layer is cured on top of the previous layer. T. Plaisted (*) • A. Gunnarsson • T. S. mil B. O. Box 117, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-0117, USA Sandia National Laboratory, Albuquerque, NM 87185, USA # The Society for Experimental Mechanics, Inc. 2017 D. Casem et al. 1007/978-3-319-41132-3_7 45 46 T. Plaisted et al. The work reported here characterizes the mode I fracture behavior of a polymer material that was produced by additive manufacturing to mimic human cortical bone.
1 Introduction Composite materials are made from two or more constituent materials with different material properties. T800/F3900 is a strengthened epoxy carbon-fiber reinforced polymer which is strong in fiber direction but a brittle material. Since the material model (MAT_213) has already been established in LS-DYNA Goldberg et al. (Journal of Aerospace Engineering 04015083, 2015), the verification of the material response of T800/F3900 by experiments becomes necessary. Dynamic and quasi-static material responses are studied from tension and compression tests.
Before the test starts, air is filled into the tank on a certain level. The level of pressure depends on the strain rate of the test. Two surfaces are patterned and 5 Mechanical Response of T800/F3900 Composite at Various Strain Rates 33 Fig. 3 DIC from one of tension tests Fig. 4 Compression specimen geometry (units in inch) Fig. 5 (a) Tungsten carbide with a square notch, (b) Specimen placed between two tungsten carbide plates Fig. 001 1/s and 1 1/s compression tests Pattern all 4 surfaces cameras 34 P.