Effective Elastic Moduli of Short-Fiber Composite with Sliding Contact Conditions at Interfaces View Full Text


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2021-11-23

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V. V. Mykhas’kiv, B. M. Stasyuk

ABSTRACT

The effective elastic moduli of 3D composite with uniformly distributed short fibers under sliding contact conditions at the interfaces are determined by means of the Mori–Tanaka averaging scheme modified on the discontinuous displacements and numerical boundary element method. The variants of both unidirectionally ordered and randomly oriented fillers are considered. The influences of constituent materials combination, fiber length, and fiber volume content on the effective elastic properties of composite are investigated. A comparison between the elastic moduli of composites with sliding and ideal contacts at the interfaces is carried out. Numerical results obtained were demonstrated both a decrease and an increase in individual effective elastic moduli due to an imperfect contact of the composite components. More... »

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635-646

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