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2010-03-30

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J. A. M. Ferreira, K. Salviano, J. D. Costa, C. Capela

ABSTRACT

This article presents the results of a current study concerning the influence of the addition of short fibres on the fatigue behaviour of syntactic foams. The material was obtained by vacuum-assisted resin transfer moulding adding hollow glass microspheres to an epoxy resin acting as binding matrix. Specimens with microsphere contents up to 50% and fibre reinforcement up to 1.2% in volume were tested at three-point bending at room temperature. Foams show significantly lower static and fatigue strength than an epoxy matrix. A significant decrease in the absolute strength with filler increase was observed, and even specific strength decreases for low filler contents and is nearly constant for the higher filler contents. Fatigue strength also decreases with the increase in filler content. The addition of glass fibre reinforcement produces only a slight improvement in flexure strength, while the addition of carbon fibres promotes an important improvement; a hybrid composite containing 0.9% carbon fibre is about 30% stronger than unreinforced foams. An improvement in fatigue strength more than 30% was obtained by the addition of small percentages of glass or carbon fibre. More... »

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3547-3553

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