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28 April 2011 Investigation on mechanical behavior of filament-wound CFRP tubes
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Firstly, two types of CFRP tubes are designed using the filament-wound forming technology. These tubes are winded by carbon fibers with a filament winding pattern of [(900/00)2]S. The compression and tensile test are also carried out to investigate the stress-strain relationship, ultimate strength and macroscopic failure mode of the former CFRP tube. The results demonstrate that the former CFRP tube has a much larger ultimate tensile stress and strain than compressive stress and strain. However, the elastic modules of CFRP tubes under tension and compression are similar and the failure mode of these CFRP tubes is brittle under compression and tension. Secondly, the stress and strain analysis method of filament-wound CFRP tube is investigated according to anisotropic elasticity theory and lamination theory of composite material. Then, the strength of carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic tubes is obtained. In addition, the comparison of theoretical analysis results and experimental results shows that the theoretical analysis results are reliable.
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Liangquan Zhang and Hui Li "Investigation on mechanical behavior of filament-wound CFRP tubes", Proc. SPIE 7978, Behavior and Mechanics of Multifunctional Materials and Composites 2011, 79781Y (28 April 2011); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.880372
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