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Effective mechanical characteristics of symmetric layered com- posite in different loading conditions



Full text article ( in russian)

Year

 
2022

Issue

 
399

Volume

 
1

Pages

 
75-88

Caption

 
Effective mechanical characteristics of symmetric layered com- posite in different loading conditions

Authors

 
Lysenko A., Parshina L., Yartsev B.

Keywords

 
layered structure, composite, anisotropy, effective characteristics, elastic constants, dissipative properties, strength limits

DOI

 
10.24937/2542-2324-2022-1-399-75-88

Summary

 
Object and purpose of research. This paper discusses balanced and quasi-isotropic (in the reinforcement plane) symmetric layered composite structures made up by the layers of cloth-reinforced GRP. The purpose of this work was to demonstrate the necessity to justify the applicability of experimental results for effective mechanical parameters determined in the conditions of uniaxial tension/compression to the calculation of thin-walled layered composite structures that work in bending/twisting conditions.
Subject matter and methods. The straining of layered composite structures is simulated as per the updated theory of first-order plates, the model of complex moduli and the principle of elastic-viscoelastic correspondence in linear viscoelasticity theory. Limit state predictions are based on Tsai-Wu tensor-polynomial strength criterion.
Main results. This paper suggests the expressions that predict effective elastic constants, dissipation properties and strength limits for symmetric layered structures under investigation. The study shows that balanced symmetric structure made up by four layers of composite may be regarded, with the accuracy sufficient for engineering calculations, as an ortho-tropic material for all loading conditions. At the same time, symmetric quasi-isotropic (in the reinforcement plane) structure made up by thirty two composite layers must be regarded as orthotropic in case of tension/compression and monoclinic in case of bending/twisting.
Conclusion. The study has shown the necessity to justify the application of experimental effective mechanical properties for uniaxial tension/compression to calculation of thin-walled layered composite structures exposed to bending/twisting.

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