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Materiale Plastice
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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2008, Volume 45, Issue 3,





Study Concerning Some Elasticity Characteristics Determination of Composite Bars


Abstract:
In this paper the authors propose a new method to determine the properties of a composite material made from two different components: fiber glass cloth and resin. On the separation surface between the two materials it is assumed that the continuity conditions concerning the tensors of stresses and strains between these two components are totally satisfied. The constitutive equations were determined for each material as functions of these components with respect to a local system of reference. Medium stresses and strains were defined in order to establish the properties of the material as a whole. Considering the interdependence existing at the level of those properties the constitutive equations of the composite have been found. Mathematical expressions for elastic modulus and Poisson’s ratio have been also determined. A loading with forces applied on a longitudinal as well on a perpendicular direction face to the fibers direction of the composite is considered. We find out that the elastic properties along the fibers of the composite are closer to the properties of the reinforcing fibers and the elastic properties perpendicular to the fibers of the composite are closer to the matrix properties. Keywords: composite, elastic properties, constitutive equations



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