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TitleVALIDATION OF THE FILAMENT WINDING PROCESS MODEL.
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication1987
AuthorsCalius, E.P., Springer George S., Wilson Brian A., and Hansen R.Scott
Conference NameInt SAMPE Symp Exhib
Date Published1987
KeywordsCOMPOSITE CYLINDERS, COMPOSITE MATERIALS, FIBER MOTION SUBMODEL, FILAMENT WINDING PROCESS MODEL, POROSITY SUBMODEL, STRESS SUBMODEL, WIND MODEL
AbstractTests were performed towards validating the WIND model developed previously for simulating the filament winding of composite cylinders. In these tests two 24 in long, 8 in i. d. and 0. 285 in thick cylinders, made of Hercules IM-6G fibers and Hercules HBRF-55 resin, were wound at plus or minus 45 degree angle on steel mandrels. The temperatures on the inner and outer surfaces and inside the composite cylinders were recorded during oven cure. The temperatures inside the cylinders were also calculated by the WIND model. The measured and calculated temperatures were then compared. In addition, the degree of cure and resin viscosity distributions inside the cylinders were calculated for the conditions which existed in the tests.
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