Influence of fibre parallel stress on the fibre transverse compressive strength of CFRP
The choice of a suitable fracture criterion for designing parts of carbon fibre reinforced plastics (CFRP) is still not fully understood for some stress combinations. Therefore, the influence of a high fibre parallel stress on the fibre transverse compressive strength is experimentally analysed concerning its meaning for designing parts and as well concerning its physical cause. From experimental results recommendations can be given for the choice of a best suitable fracture criterion and its parameters.
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