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Effect of Material and Geometry on Crushing Behaviour of

This paper examines the effects of the material and structural geometry on the crushing behaviour, energy absorption, failure mechanism and failure mode of circular conical composite shell. The static crushing behaviour of circular conical composite shell under uniform axial compressive load has been investigated experimentally. The cone vertex angles used were 0, 6, 12 and 18 degrees.

Effect of Material and Geometry on Crushing Behaviour of

This paper examines the effects of the material and structural geometry on the crushing behaviour, energy absorption, failure mechanism and failure mode of circular conical composite shell.

Effect of geometry on the crushing behaviour of laminated

2006-3-10  The quasi-static crushing behaviour of woven roving composite tubes is affected by the structural geometry. (2) Radial corrugation geometry has a high positive effect in eliminating of sliding of the structure. (3) Radial corrugation composite tube exhibited better energy absorption capability than cylindrical composite tube. (4)

Effect of geometry on the crushing behaviour of laminated

Elfetori et al. [81] studied the effect of radial corrugation geometry on the crushing behaviour and energy absorption of circular composite tubes under quasi-static axial compression. The author

The effect of cross-section geometry on crushing

The present study has analysed the effect of cross-section geometry and the printing pattern of continuous carbon reinforced polyamide on the axial and radial crushing behaviour. Each geometry and printing pattern generated singular defects, but the most

The effect of cross-section geometry on crushing

The present study has analysed the effect of cross-section geometry and the printing pattern of continuous carbon reinforced polyamide on the axial and radial crushing behaviour. From the microstructure analysis, the main defect in the Longitudinal samples was the difference in contour thickness from layer to layer, which generates a

Effect of hybridisation on crushing behaviour of carbon

2003-1-10  Glass/carbon FWL hybrid circular–cylindrical shells were fabricated. Static crushing tests of FWL C/G hybrid circular–cylindrical shells were conducted to study the effect of hybridisation and the reinforcement sequence on the crushing behaviour and energy absorption. Based upon the test results the following remarks can be made: 1.

Investigation of plate geometry on the crushing of flat

2006-9-1  Effect of aspect ratio on the crushing behaviour Testing the plates at different unsupported widths allows for evaluation of the stability of crushing behaviour. Varying the unsupported widths changes the aspect ratio of the specimens, and this aspect ratio is normally defined as the ratio of the unsupported plate width to its thickness.

Experimental Study of the Effects of Geometry and Strain

The axial crushing behavior of some metal honeycombs, of which materials show different characteristics including the strain rate sensitivity with each other, was studied with varying the branch angle at the node of honeycomb, and the effects of geometry and strain rate on that as an energy absorber were discussed. Honeycomb specimens of different branch angles were made by the corrugation

Effect of the active material type and battery geometry on

2019-10-15  The interdigitated geometry with eight digits (Fig. 4d) with different active materials at different scan rates shows a similar behavior to the conventional geometry. Thus, independently of geometry and cathode active material, the capacity value decreases with increasing scan rate due to internal ohmic drop and electrode over potential . 3.1.2

EFFECT OF GEOMETRIC PARAMETERS ON THE IN-PLANE

Figure 4.5: Crushing behavior of an elastic and elastic-plastic 30° single cell honeycomb with and without misalignment, current simulations.. 62 Figure 4.6: Effect of post-yield modulus on crushing

Effect of Tool Geometry on Material Flow Behavior of

TECHNICAL PAPER Effect of Tool Geometry on Material Flow Behavior of Refill Friction Stir Spot Welding Shude Ji1 • Yue Wang1 • Zhengwei Li1 • Yumei Yue1 • Peng Chai2 Received: 12 January

Effect of Corrugation Geometry And Shape On Energy

2018-10-6  structural geometry and understanding of the properties and deformation mechanism of the materials and components used. Work on crushing behaviour of metal shell has advanced and well understood. Research groups have, since 1960s, carried out research, toward crashworthiness of metallic devices using empty thin-walled tube with different cross-

Effect of the active material type and battery geometry on

The effect of different thermal conditions on battery performance has been evaluated by computer simulation through a thermal model coupled to the electrochemical model. Three different active materials, lithium cobalt oxide, LiCoO 2,lithium iron phosphate, LiFePO 4 and lithium manganese oxide, LiMn 2 O 4,were evaluated together with two

(PDF) Effect of Preform Geometry on the Material

The present investigation pertains to generate experimental data in order to establish the influence of initial preform geometries on the material behaviour and the operative densification mechanism/s during hot upsetforging of sintered AISI 9840 P/M

Effect of Material Stress-Strain Behavior and Pipe

DOI: 10.1115/1.1643083 Corpus ID: 110870795. Effect of Material Stress-Strain Behavior and Pipe Geometry on the Deformability of High-Grade Pipelines @article{Yatabe2004EffectOM, title={Effect of Material Stress-Strain Behavior and Pipe Geometry on the Deformability of High-Grade Pipelines}, author={H. Yatabe and N. Fukuda and Tomoki Masuda and M. Toyoda}, journal={Journal of Offshore

Experimental study on the axial crushing behaviour of

2011-8-21  Material Behaviour Experimental study on the axial crushing behaviour of pultruded composite tubes Sivakumar Palanivelua,*, Wim Van Paepegema, Joris Degriecka, Johan Van Ackerenb, Dimitrios Kakogiannisb, Danny Van Hemelrijckb, Jan Wastielsb, John Vantommec aDepartment of Materials Science and Engineering, Ghent University, Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 41, 9000 Gent, Belgium

The Effect of Winding Angles on Crushing Behavior of

This paper presents the effect of corrugation geometry on the crushing behavior, energy absorption, failure mechanism, and failure mode of woven roving glass fibre/epoxy laminated composite tube.

Effects of Brick Content on Crushing Behavior of Subgrade

The use of construction waste as a subgrade backfill material is a very promising approach to solve the problems of the rapidly increasing amount of construction waste and the shortage of construction materials. This paper considers the correlation between the brick content and the crushing behavior of construction waste.

Effect of tufting density and loop length on the crushing

2017-3-1  A redesigned coupon geometry was required to promote a local crushing failure at the tip of the coupon. The newly proposed coupon geometry is comprised of three sections, as shown in Fig. 2. The base section consisted of a 15 mm × 15 mm square to clamp the coupon into an end support, similar to the ASTM standard.

EFFECT OF GEOMETRIC PARAMETERS ON THE IN-PLANE

Figure 4.5: Crushing behavior of an elastic and elastic-plastic 30° single cell honeycomb with and without misalignment, current simulations.. 62 Figure 4.6: Effect of post-yield modulus on crushing

Effect of Geometry, Material, and Pressure Variability on

2011-5-17  The main objective of this paper is to investigate the effect of geometry, material, and pressure variability on strain and stress fields in dented pipelines under static and cyclic pressure loading using probabilistic analysis. Most of the published literature focuses on the strain at the maximum depth for evaluation, which is not always

Influence of Cross-Sectional Geometry on Crush

2010-4-30  Although both static and dynamic tests have been used to measure the crushing response, the effect of dynamic load on the material properties is often ignored in analytical solutions. In 1989, Weirzbicki and Abramovicz 7 modified the SFE model to capture the strain rate effect in strain rate sensitive materials. They used the relationship that

Effect of Material and Geometry on the Sound and

2000-9-1  In our previous study, we have found that there is a significant increase in the transmission loss for the sandwich beam with anisotropic materials as compared with isotropic ones. This paper presents an extensive numerical study of the effects of damping, thickness of the laminae and density of the material on the sound transmission loss.

Effect of Corrugation Geometry And Shape On Energy

2018-10-6  structural geometry and understanding of the properties and deformation mechanism of the materials and components used. Work on crushing behaviour of metal shell has advanced and well understood. Research groups have, since 1960s, carried out research, toward crashworthiness of metallic devices using empty thin-walled tube with different cross-

(PDF) Effect of Preform Geometry on the Material

The present investigation pertains to generate experimental data in order to establish the influence of initial preform geometries on the material behaviour and the operative densification mechanism/s during hot upsetforging of sintered AISI 9840 P/M

Effects of Brick Content on Crushing Behavior of Subgrade

The use of construction waste as a subgrade backfill material is a very promising approach to solve the problems of the rapidly increasing amount of construction waste and the shortage of construction materials. This paper considers the correlation between the brick content and the crushing behavior of construction waste.

Effect of Material Stress-Strain Behavior and Pipe

DOI: 10.1115/1.1643083 Corpus ID: 110870795. Effect of Material Stress-Strain Behavior and Pipe Geometry on the Deformability of High-Grade Pipelines @article{Yatabe2004EffectOM, title={Effect of Material Stress-Strain Behavior and Pipe Geometry on the Deformability of High-Grade Pipelines}, author={H. Yatabe and N. Fukuda and Tomoki Masuda and M. Toyoda}, journal={Journal of Offshore

The Effect of Cutting Tool Material and Edge Geometry on

2006-2-1  The Effect of Cutting Tool Material and Edge Geometry on Tool Life and Workpiece Surface Integrity J I Hughes, A R C Sharman, and K Ridgway Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture

[PDF] Effect of the Inner Material and Pipe Geometry on

DOI: 10.3795/KSME-B.2014.38.5.423 Corpus ID: 108511385. Effect of the Inner Material and Pipe Geometry on the Flow and Induced Radiated Noise @article{Lee2014EffectOT, title={Effect of the Inner Material and Pipe Geometry on the Flow and Induced Radiated Noise}, author={Su-jeong Lee and Heechang Lim}, journal={Transactions of The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers B},