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The Impact of Methods of Forming on the Mechanical Properties of Fiber-reinforced Polymer-matrix Composite Materials

References [1] J. Aboudi, “Micromechanical characterization of the non-linear viscoelastic behavior of resin matrix composites,” Composites Science and Technology, vol. 38, pp. 371-386, 1990. [2] A. F. Avila, M. L. Soares and A. S. Neto, “A study on nanostructured laminated plates behavior under low velocity impact loading,” International Journal of impact Engineering, vol. 34, pp. 28-41, 2007. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijimpeng.2006.06.009 [3] J. M. Whitney, Fatigue characterization of composite materials

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Design and Verifying of Composite Materials in ANSYS Environment

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This paper deals with composite materials design in ANSYS environment followed by verifying of these new materials using analysis included in ANSYS Workbench software.

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Polymer Composite Materials And Applications For Chemical Protection Equipments

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The polymer composite materials properties are clearly determined by their constituent properties and by the micro-structural configuration.

Additives and modifiers ingredients can expand the usefulness of the polymeric matrix, enhance the processability or extend composite durability. The fibres are mainly responsible for the performance changing (strength and stiffness properties). The least structurally demanding cases is the arrangement of fibres randomly in polymeric matrix, when equal strength is achieved in all directions.

Fibre reinforced polymer materials can be successfully used in a wide range of applications and can significantly improve the characteristics of chemical protection equipments and foster the development of new ones with superior features.

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Using Carbon-Based Composite Materials for Manufacturing C-range Antenna Devices

Letters , 37 (7) , 689 – 691. 4. Dugin, N.A., Zaboronkova, T.M., Myasnikov, E.N., and Chugurin, V.V. (2014). Antenna-feeder the microwave oven the device from graphene-containing carbon composite material and its manufactoring. Patent application №. 2014136727/28 ― 2014-09-09. 5. Zaboronkova, T., Dugin, N., and Myasnikov, E. (2015). Microwave horn antenna made of a graphene-containing carbon composite material. Proceedings of the 9 th European conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP’2015). Lisbon, 2015. P. 7228220-1-7228220-2. 6. Rybin, I

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Electromagnetic Shielding Efficiency Measurement of Composite Materials

Electromagnetic Shielding Efficiency Measurement of Composite Materials

This paper deals with the theoretical and practical aspects of the shielding efficiency measurements of construction composite materials. This contribution describes an alternative test method of these measurements by using the measurement circular flange. The measured results and parameters of coaxial test flange are also discussed. The measurement circular flange is described by measured scattering parameters in the frequency range from 9 kHz up to 1 GHz. The accuracy of the used shielding efficiency measurement method was checked by brass calibration ring. The suitability of the coaxial test setup was also checked by measurements on the EMC test chamber. This data was compared with the measured data on the real EMC chamber. The whole measurement of shielding efficiency was controlled by the program which runs on a personal computer. This program was created in the VEE Pro environment produced by © Agilent Technology.

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Determination of Dispersion Curves for Composite Materials with the Use of Stiffness Matrix Method

REFERENCES 1. Barski M., Pająk P. (2016), An application of stiffness matrix method to determining of dispersion curves for arbitrary composite materials, Journal of KONES Powertrain and Transport , 23(1), 47-54. 2. Giurgiutiu V. (2008), Structural Health Monitoring with Piezoelectric Wafer Active Sensors , Elsevier. 3. Haskell N.A . (1953), Dispersion of surface waves on multilayer-media, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America , 43, 17-34. 4. Hawwa M.A., Nayfeh H.A. (1995), The general problem of thermoelastic waves in

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Natural Fibers and Biopolymers Characterization: A Future Potential Composite Material

. Stokke, Q. Wu, G. Han. Introduction to Wood and Natural Fiber Composites. John Wiley & Sons, West Sussex, UK. 2014 [4] T. Vaisanen, O. Das, L. Tomppo. A review On new bio-based constituents for natural fiber -polymer composites. Journal of Cleaner Production 2017 (149), 582 - 596. [5] M. Bassyouni, S. Waheed Ul Hasan. The use of rice Straw and husk fibers as reinforcements in composites. In: Faruk, O., Sain, M. (Eds.), Biofiber Reinforcement in Composite Materials. Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, UK, 2015, 385-422. [6] Y

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Damage and Fracture Analysis of Bolted Joints of Composite Materials Based on Peridynamic Theory

Mechanics, 2010, 40(4): pp. 448-459. 5. Madenci E, Oterkus E.: Peridynamic Theory and Its Applications . Springer, New York, 2014. 6. Hu Y., Madenci E., Phan N.: Peridynamic Modeling of Defects in Composites . 56 th AIAA/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Inc., 2015. 7. Oterkus E., Madenci E.: Peridynamic Analysis of Fibre-reinforced Composite Materials . Journal of Mechanics of Materials & Structures, 2012, 7(1): pp. 45–84. 8. Y.L. Hu, Yin Yu, Hai Wang

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