15 April 2016 Investigation on low velocity impact resistance of SMA composite material
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A method to improve low velocity impact resistance of aeroengine composite casing using shape memory alloy’s properties of shape memory(SM) and super-elasticity(SE) is proposed in this study. Firstly, a numerical modeling of SMA reinforced composite laminate under low velocity impact load with impact velocity of 10 m/s is established based on its constitutive model implemented by the VUMAT subroutine of commercial software ABAQUS. Secondly, the responses of SMA composite laminate including stress and deflection distributions were achieved through transient analysis under low velocity impact load. Numerical results show that both peak stress and deflection values of SMA composite laminate are less than that without SMA, which proves that embedding SMA into the composite structure can effectively improve the low velocity impact performance of composite structure. Finally, the influence of SM and SE on low velocity impact resistance is quantitatively investigated. The values of peak stress and deflection of SMA composite based on SM property decrease by 18.28% and 9.43% respectively, compared with those without SMA, instead of 12.87% and 5.19% based on SE. In conclusion, this proposed model described the impact damage of SMA composite structure and turned to be a more beneficial method to enhance the impact resistance by utilizing SM effect.
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Dianyin Hu, Long Zhang, Rongqiao Wang, Xiaoyong Zhang, "Investigation on low velocity impact resistance of SMA composite material", Proc. SPIE 9799, Active and Passive Smart Structures and Integrated Systems 2016, 97990Z (15 April 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2218283; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2218283
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