Longitudinal and transverse damage taxonomy in woven composite components

John, S, Herszberg, I and Coman, F 2001, 'Longitudinal and transverse damage taxonomy in woven composite components', Composites: Part B, vol. 32, pp. 659-668.

Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title Longitudinal and transverse damage taxonomy in woven composite components
Author(s) John, S
Herszberg, I
Coman, F
Year 2001
Journal name Composites: Part B
Volume number 32
Start page 659
End page 668
Total pages 10
Publisher Elsevier
Abstract This work addresses the issue of micro-structural damage in the longitudinal direction of the woven during a deformation process, primarily in the tensile mode. This paper extends the insight into self-inflicted damage in dimensional multilayer woven composites subjected to uniaxial tensile and shear loading. Two composites made of multilayer woven architectures, hereby named: orthogonal and normal layer interlock forms the basis of this study. It identifies the physical characteristics which initiate the various damage modes, what these modes are and when they occur. This work complements the work already reported on the transverse direction in woven composites.
DOI - identifier 10.1016/S1359-8368(01)00047-6
Copyright notice Copyright 2001 Elsevier Science Ltd.
ISSN 1359-8368
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