Mechanical behavior of fiber/matrix interfaces in CFRP sheets subjected to plastic deformation

Ryuta Kamiya, Tetsuo Oya

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Abstract

The use of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic (CFRP) is increasing markedly, partially in the aviation industry, but it has been considered that CFRP sheets cannot be formed by press-forming techniques owing to the low ductility of CFRP. Since the mechanical characteristics of CFRP are dominated by the microscale structure, it is possible to improve its formability by optimizing the material structure. Therefore, to improve the formability, the interaction between the carbon fibers and the matrix must be clarified. In this study, microscale analyses were conducted by a finite-element model with cohesive zone elements.

Original languageEnglish
Article number16008
JournalMATEC Web of Conferences
Volume80
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016 Oct 24

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Plastic sheets
Carbon fiber reinforced plastics
Plastic deformation
Fibers
Formability
Aviation
Carbon fibers
Ductility
carbon fiber reinforced plastic
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Mechanical behavior of fiber/matrix interfaces in CFRP sheets subjected to plastic deformation. / Kamiya, Ryuta; Oya, Tetsuo.

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