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    Title: Load distributions along a short-fiber in discontinuous fiber composite using advanced modified shear-lag analysis
    Authors: Shih, C. J.
    Contributors: 淡江大學機械與機電工程學系
    Keywords: 複合材料;短纖維;應力分布;剪力分析;Composite Material;Short Fiber;Stress Distribution;Shear-Lag Analysis
    Date: 1990-12
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 14:56:19 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市 : 中華民國力學學會
    Abstract: 本文建議用一種二維的複合材料短纖維 模型,來模擬單向的複合材料纖維材分布。用 高等的剪力分析導出微分方程式,解得沿著短 纖維的應力分布狀況。其特色是除了基礎材料 和纖維假設為完美結合之外,短纖維端點間的 基材亦承受軸向負荷,就如纖維材的一部分。 更進而可解得平均的應力分布,其公式可應用 在預測內部材料的阻尼值。
    The present paper proposes a three-fiber model represents a two dimensional aligned short-fiber arrangement in the matrix material. An advanced shear-lag analysis is used and modified to develop analytical relations for the stresses along the short-fiber length. This analysis assumes perfect bonding between the fiber and the matrix materials, and allows for the matrix material to partially sustain axial loads. The average stress in a representative fiber length can be obtained through averaging formula.
    Relation: 中華民國力學學會第十四屆全國力學會議論文集(一)=Proceedings of the 14th National Conference on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (I), pp.311-317
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