The influence of through-thickness reinforcement on Mode II delamination fracture in composite laminates is investigated. The bridging traction law, which characterizes the toughening mechanisms due to the through-thickness reinforcement, is deduced from crack profile measurements in End Notched Flexure specimens. The problem is solved through an inverse formulation of a bridged-crack model based on bending theory for anisotropic plates.

Interlaminar fracture of laminates with through-thickness reinforcement

MASSABO', ROBERTA;
1998

Abstract

The influence of through-thickness reinforcement on Mode II delamination fracture in composite laminates is investigated. The bridging traction law, which characterizes the toughening mechanisms due to the through-thickness reinforcement, is deduced from crack profile measurements in End Notched Flexure specimens. The problem is solved through an inverse formulation of a bridged-crack model based on bending theory for anisotropic plates.
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