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Stress-rupture data for Kevlar 49/epoxy strands at elevated temperatures

Lynn Penn

Stress-rupture data for Kevlar 49/epoxy strands at elevated temperatures

by Lynn Penn

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Published by University of California, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, Technical Information Service, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Livermore, Calif, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Epoxy compounds -- Testing.,
  • Thermal stresses.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLynn Penn.
    SeriesUCID ; 17777, UCID -- 17777.
    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Energy., Lawrence Livermore Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination34 leaves ;
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15226396M

    @article{osti_, title = {Evaluation of filament-wound Kevlar/epoxy fatigue properties. Final report}, author = {Not Available}, abstractNote = {This study was conducted by AiResearch Manufacturing of California for LLL to investigate the long-term properties of Kevlar/epoxy composite in a fatigue and elevated temperature environment to provide additional .   The Kevlar strands were treated under the following varied conditions, e.g. at - 20[degrees]C, [degrees]C, [degrees]C for durations of 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 hours in the normal atmosphere. All the heat treatments conditions were completed in a hot air oven BINDER FD, and cold treatments conditions were completed in Ultra-Low Temperature.

      Fibre-reinforced polymer (FRP) reinforcement has been used in construction as either internal or external reinforcement for concrete structures in the past decade. This book provides the latest research findings related to the development, design and application of FRP reinforcement in new construction and rehabilitation works. The stress-rupture behavior of strands of an organic fiber impregnated with an epoxy matrix has been studied to evaluate the long-term performance of this class of composites. An increase in the applied stress of approximately MN/m 2 (20 ksi) reduces the life of the organic fiber/epoxy strands by a factor of Cited by:

    experimental results of a study of Kevlar-epoxy panels loaded by in-plane shear. The 4-ply-thick, 8-inch-wide by inch-long panels are made from style Kevlar fabric epoxy material. Approximately one-half of the panels also have a thin middle layer of polymethacrylimide foam to form a mini-sandwich panel. i i&i drake avenue, huntsville, al 0 () advanced materials research status and requirements volume ii appendix: material properties data review final report contract dasgc sponsored by: u.s. army strategic defense command dtic c. electe _____o_____ s mar i 1 ) ru bti,,,m unlimit.d b -.


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This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. Get this from a library. Stress-rupture data for Kevlar 49/epoxy strands at elevated temperatures. [Lynn Penn; United States. Department of. Stress-rupture data for Kevlar 49/epoxy strands at elevated temperatures / Lynn Penn.

Penn, Lynn. (Author). United States. Department of Energy. (Added Author). Lawrence Livermore Laboratory. (Added Author). Add to basket Remove from basket. Extensive stress-rupture studies of epoxy-impreg- nated strands of Kevlar 49 have been reported by Chiao et al;7 however, no creep data were obtained in their work.

The present investigation was initiated to examine the room temperature creep behaviour of unidirectional Kevlar 49/ epoxy composites and to relate composite creep to that of the Cited by: Abstract.

A study of the lifetimes of Kevlar 49/epoxy spherical pressure vessels that are subjected to a constant sustained pressure until vessel failure, commonly known as static fatigue or stress-rupture, has been by: 2.

In an effort to delineate the effect of storage time on strength, we have tested three types of Kevlar 49/epoxy strands up to y after fabrication. The same fiber, Kevlar 49 ( denier), was used with three different epoxy systems. The epoxy composition and cure cycles are listed in Table 1, and details of the test results are given in Table by: 2.

Properties of Kevlar 49/epoxy unidirectional laminate Volume fraction Longitudinal modulus Transverse modulus Poisson's ratio Longitudinal shear modulus (inferred from test data) Ultimate tensile strength Ultimate compressive strength Interlaminar shear strength Density GN/m2 GN/m2 GN/m2 GN/m2 GN/m2 48 MN/m2 Cited by: Keywords: Kev epoxy, tensile strength, compressive strength, flexural strength, inter laminar shear strength, voids, brake liners.

Introduction. Kevlar is the registered trademark for Poly-paraphenylene terephthalamide synthetic fiber, related to other aramids such as Nomex and Technora [1]. Kevlar is strong and also very Size: 1MB.

at elevated temperatures rather than commodity aramid fibre are available in a variety of forms, anti stat, conductive, Considerable attention has been paid to the stress-rupture behavior of Kevlar yarns.[6].

M.A., „STRESS RUPTURE BEHAVIOUR OF STRANDS OF AN ORGANIC FIBRE/EPOXY MATRIS‟, COMPOSITE MATERIALS: TESTING AND File Size: KB. CHAPTER 11 COMPOSITE MATERIALS Define a composite material with respect to a materials system. A composite material is a materials system composed of a mixture or combination of two or more micro- or macroconstituents that differ in form and chemical composition and are essentially insoluble in each Size: KB.

fibres at elevated temperatures. The effects of temperature and heating time on the reduction in tensile strength is determined experimentally, and the data is used to develop kinetic models to predict the softening rates of glass and carbon fibres. The study is confined to determining the property loss of E-glass and TS carbon Size: KB.

Conventional creep testing takes a long time to obtain stress-rupture data for aramid fibres at the low stress levels likely to be used in practical applications. However, the rate of creep of aramid can be accelerated by a thermally activated process to obtain the failure of fibres within a few hours.

It is possible to obtain creep curves at different temperature levels Cited by: creep curves at different temperature levels which can be shifted along the time axis to generate a single curve know as a master curve, from which stress-rupture data can be obtained.

This technique is known as the time-temperature superposition principle and will be applied to Kevlar 49 yarns. Important questions relating to the. Stress Concentrations in Graphite/Epoxy Model Composites During Creep at Room Temperature and Elevated Temperatures Article in Journal of Composite Materials 38(5) March with 16 Reads.

different temperature levels which can be shifted along the time axis to generate a single curve know as a master curve, from which stress-rupture data can be obtained. This technique is known as the time temperature superposition principle and will be applied to Kevlar 49 yarns. Important questions relating to the techniques needed to.

Kevlar 49 fabrics were tested in tension within a strain-rate range of 25 to s-1 using a high-speed servohydraulic testing system. Results show that the dynamic material properties in terms of Young’s modulus, tensile strength, maximum strain, and toughness increase with increasing strain rate.

It is possible to obtain creep curves at different temperature levels which can be shifted along the time axis to generate a single curve know as a master curve, from which stress-rupture data can be obtained.

This technique is known as the time-temperature superposition principle and will be applied to Kevlar 49 yarns. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF BORON AND KEVLAR REINFORCED THERMOSETTING COMPOSITES. Experimental. Materials. In this study, continuous fibres of BORON (fibre.

F1), prepared by chemical vapour deposition using high-modulus carbon fibre as the substrates (from Specialty Materials Inc. [14 ]) and unidirectional Kevlar fibre. Creep stress rupture testing of steel at elevated temperatures Abstract Applies to those tests in which the time for stress rupture is measured under tensile creep stress at elevated temperatures to tests in single machines and to each test in multiple testing ry: w.

T6 Al T6 Al Steel S Glass/epoxy Kevlar 49/epoxy Boron/epoxy AS Carbon/epoxy HMS carbon/epoxy T carbon/epoxy to various shapes. In general, fibers are made into strands for weaving or winding operations. For delivery purposes, fibers are wound around a bob- especially at elevated temperatures, as compared to thermo.

temperature fibers winding thermoplastic processing production prepreg tape filament winding processes applications assembly adhesive injection thermoset autoclave smc You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be.To obtain data in a conveniently short time, elevated temperature was used according to an acceleration relation (Arrhenius type) developed for the Kevlar 49 composite.

Although the acceleration relation gave a calculated stress-rupture lifetime of h.A cryogenic support has been developed that rigidly attaches two U‐shaped aluminum beams to each other with strands of Kevlar. The Kevlar creates a very strong and stiff coupling between the beams while allowing only a very small heat to flow between them.

Measurements at room temperature and at 77 K confirm the stiffness and strength of the supportCited by: