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TitleMANUFACTURING STRESSES AND STRAINS IN FILAMENT WOUND CYLINDERS.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1988
AuthorsCalius, E.P., Kidron M., Lee S.Y., and Springer G.S.
JournalSAMPE Journal
Volume24
Issue3
Pagination7 - 9
Date Published1988
ISSN00911062 (ISSN)
KeywordsCOMPOSITE MATERIALS - Testing, CYLINDERS - Stresses, EPOXY RESINS - Fiber Reinforcement, FIBERITE T300/976, FILAMENT WOUND CYLINDERS, GRAPHITE-EPOXY TOWS, HOOP STRAINS, MANUFACTURING STRESSES, MATERIALS TESTING - Strain, PLASTICS, REINFORCED, STRAIN - Mathematical Models
AbstractTests were performed to verify a previously developed model for simulating the manufacturing process of filament wound cylinders. The axial and hoop strains were measured during cure inside a filament wound Fiberite T300/976 graphite-epoxy cylinder. The measured strains were compared to those computed by the model. Good agreements were found between the data and the model, indicating that the model is a useful representation of the process. For the conditions of the test, the manufacturing stresses inside the cylinder were also calculated using the model.
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