Evolution of damage and plasticity in titanium-based, fiber-reinforced composites View Full Text


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DATE

1993-07-01

AUTHORS

B. S. Majumdar, G. M. Newaz, J. R. Ellis

ABSTRACT

The inelastic deformation mechanisms were evaluated for a model titanium-based, fiber-reinforced composite: a beta titanium alloy (Ti-15V-3Al-3Cr-3Sn) reinforced with SiC (SCS-6) fibers. The primary emphasis of this article is to illustrate the sequence in which damage and plasticity evolved for this system. The mechanical responses and the results of detailed microstructural evaluations for the [0]8, [90]8, and [±45]2s, laminates are provided. It is shown that the char- acteristics of the reaction zone around the fiber play a very important role in the way damage and plasticity evolve, particularly in the microyield regime of deformation, and must be included in any realistic constitutive model. Fiber-matrix debonding was a major damage mode for the off-axis systems. The tension test results are also compared with the predictions of a few con- stitutive models. More... »

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1597-1610

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  • 1991-10. The microstructure of SCS-6 SiC fiber in JOURNAL OF MATERIALS RESEARCH
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