By M.J. Hinton, A.S. Kaddour and P.D. Soden (Eds.)

Content material:
Preface

, Pages v-vi, M.J. Hinton, P.D. Soden, A.S. Kaddour
About the editors

, Page vii
Chapter 1.1 - The world-wide failure workout: Its starting place, idea and content

, Pages 2-28, M.J. Hinton, A.S. Kaddour, P.D. Soden
Chapter 2.1 - Lamina houses, lay-up configurations and loading stipulations for quite a number fibre bolstered composite laminates

, Pages 30-51, P.D. Soden, M.J. Hinton, A.S. Kaddour
Chapter 2.2 - Biaxial try out effects for energy and deformation of quite a number E-glass and carbon fibre strengthened composite laminates: Failure workout benchmark data

, Pages 52-96, P.D. Soden, M.J. Hinton, A.S. Kaddour
Chapter 3.1 - Prediction of composite laminate fracture: Micromechanics and innovative fracture

, Pages 98-120, P.K. Gotsis, C.C. Chamis, L. Minnetyan
Chapter 3.2 - Failure standards to be used within the layout environment

, Pages 121-139, G.C. Eckold
Chapter 3.3 - Stress-based Grant-Sanders approach for predicting failure of composite laminates

, Pages 140-156, E.C. Edge
Chapter 3.4 - Predicting transverse crack formation in cross-ply laminates

, Pages 157-178, L.N. McCartney
Chapter 3.5 - Predictions of the unique and truncated maximum-strain failure types for sure fibrous composite laminates

, Pages 179-218, L.J. Hart-Smith
Chapter 3.6 - Predictions of a generalized maximum-shear-stress failure criterion for convinced fibrous composite laminates

, Pages 219-263, L.J. Hart-Smith
Chapter 3.7 - Failure research of FRP laminates via bodily established phenomenological models

, Pages 264-297, A. Puck, H. Schürmann
Chapter 3.8 - Prediction of laminate failure with the Rotem failure criterion

, Pages 298-315, A. Rotem
Chapter 3.9 - Prediction of failure envelopes and stress/strain habit of composite laminates

, Pages 316-333, C.T. sunlight, Jianxin Tao
Chapter 3.10 - A innovative quadratic failure criterion for a laminate

, Pages 334-352, Kuo-Shih Liu, Stephen W. Tsai
Chapter 3.11 - A strain-energy established failure criterion for non-linear research of composite laminates subjected to biaxial loading

, Pages 353-378, William E. Wolfe, Tarunjit S. Butalia
Chapter 3.12 - The power of multilayered composites lower than a plane-stress state

, Pages 379-401, Peter A. Zinoviev, Sergei V. Grigoriev, Olga V. Lebedeva, Ludmilla P. Tairova
Chapter 3.13 - Predicting the nonlinear reaction and innovative failure of composite laminates

, Pages 402-428, Travis A. Bogetti, Christopher P.R. Hoppel, Vasyl M. Harik, James F. Newill, Bruce P. Burns
Chapter 3.14 - The predictive potential of failure mode concept-based power standards for multidirectional laminates

, Pages 429-489, R.G. Cuntze, A. Freund
Chapter 3.15 - Composite laminate failure research utilizing multicontinuum theory

, Pages 490-517, J. Steven Mayes, Andrew C. Hansen
Chapter 3.16 - A bridging version prediction of the final word energy of composite laminates subjected to biaxial loads

, Pages 518-596, Zheng-Ming Huang
Chapter 3.17 - increasing the functions of the Ten-Percent Rule for predicting the energy of fibre-polymer composites

, Pages 597-642, L.J. Hart-Smith
Chapter 4.1 - A comparative examine of failure theories and predictions for fibre polymer composite laminates: half (A)

, Pages 644-701, A.S. Kaddour, M.J. Hinton, P.D. Soden
Chapter 5.1 - software of innovative fracture research for predicting failure envelopes and stress-strain behaviors of composite laminates: A comparability with experimental results

, Pages 703-725, P.K. Gotsis, C.C. Chamis, L. Minnetyan
Chapter 5.2 - Failure standards to be used within the layout environment

, Pages 726-738, G.C. Eckold
Chapter 5.3 - A comparability of concept and test for the stress-based Grant-Sanders method

, Pages 739-769, E.C. Edge
Chapter 5.4 - comparability among theories and try info in regards to the energy of varied fibre-polymer composites

, Pages 770-809, L.J. Hart-Smith
Chapter 5.5 - Prediction of ply crack formation and failure in laminates

, Pages 810-831, L.N. McCartney
Chapter 5.6 - Failure research of FRP laminates via bodily established phenomenological models

, Pages 832-876, A. Puck, H. Schürmann
Chapter 5.7 - The Rotem failure criterion: conception and practice

, Pages 877-889, A. Roten
Chapter 5.8 - The prediction of failure envelopes and stress/strain habit of composite laminates: comparability with experimental results

, Pages 890-902, C.T. solar, J. Tao, A.S. Kaddour
Chapter 5.9 - A revolutionary quadratic failure criterion, half B

, Pages 903-921, Akira Kuraishi, Stephen W. Tsai, Kevin K.S. Liu
Chapter 5.10 - A strain-energy-based non-linear failure criterion: comparability of numerical predictions and experimental observations for symmetric composite laminates

, Pages 922-942, Tarunjit S. Butalia, William E. Wolfe
Chapter 5.11 - A coupled research of experimental and theoretical effects at the deformation and failure of composite laminates less than a country of airplane stress

, Pages 943-960, Peter A. Zinoviev, Olga V. Lebedeva, Ludmilla P. Tairova
Chapter 5.12 - Predicting the nonlinear reaction and failure of composite laminates: Correlation with experimental results

, Pages 961-975, Travis A. Bogetti, Christopher P.R. Hoppel, Vasyl M. Harik, James F. Newill, Bruce P. Burns
Chapter 5.13 - The predictive potential of failure mode concept-based energy standards for multi-directional laminates—Part B

, Pages 976-1025, R.G. Cuntze
Chapter 5.14 - A comparability of multicontinuum thought established failure simulation with experimental results

, Pages 1026-1044, J. Steven Mayes, Andrew C. Hansen
Chapter 5.15 - Correlation of the bridging version predictions of the biaxial failure strengths of fibrous laminates with experiments

, Pages 1045-1071, Zheng-Ming Huang
Chapter 6.1 - Predictive services of 19 failure theories and layout methodologies for polymer composite laminates. half B: comparability with experiments

, Pages 1073-1221, A.S. Kaddour, M.J. Hinton, P.D. Soden
Chapter 7.1 - concepts for designers and researchers caused by the world-wide failure exercise

, Pages 1223-1251, P.D. Soden, A.S. Kaddour, M.J. Hinton
Index

, Pages 1253-1255

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This data was taken from the original results presented in an earlier paper by the originators of the biaxial test program, Krauss and Schelling, Ref. [2], and do not agree exactly with the strength obtained from the other test data presented in Fig. , Ref. [1]. 2. Biaxial failure envelope for unidirectional T300/914C carbon/epoxy lamina under combined longitudinal and shear loading (␴y versus ␶xy) The results of Schelling and Aoki, Refs [3,4], are used in the Exercise. The specimens were in the form of axially wound tubes made from prepreg T300/BSL914C carbon/epoxy.

Tests carried out without using a liner. 0 [S] [S] [S] [S] [5] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [F] [F] [J] [J] [J] [J] [J] [J] [J] [G,S] [J] [J] [S]: Weeping (Spots of oil). [F]: Specimens fractured without initial failure. [J]: Jetting of oil. [G]: Combination of buckling and interlaminar shear. 68. Table 7 gives the data for hoop stress, hoop strain and axial strain used for plotting the stress–strain curves and the typical stress–strain curves for SR = 1 : 0 chosen for the Exercise are shown in Fig.

The in-plane loads (section stresses) should be applied in the x and y directions defined in the diagrams provided for each laminate. The section stresses ␴x and ␴y are defined in the usual way as the in-plane loads per unit width divided by the total thickness of the laminate. In your calculations assume that the loads are increased monotonically, keeping the ratios of ␴x/␴y, ␥xy/␴x and ␥xy/␴y constant. Record and tabulate the magnitude of the section stresses (and if appropriate the type and location of failure) at which each failure is predicted.

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