laminated composite

laminated composite

[′lam·ə‚nād·əd kəm′päz·ət]
(materials)
A composite material consisting of layers of various materials.
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In the modern civil engineering structures, such as buildings, steel framed structures and bridges, use of coated laminated composite beams has increased rapidly in recent years.
It was shown that a discrepancy exists between the critical speeds obtained from both models for the unsymmetric laminated composite shaft.
Interfacial imperfection that eventually leads to the delamination of laminated composite plates is commonly considered as one of the chief contributors to performance degradation of these advanced lightweight materials.
(2007), Buckling behavior of laminated composite plates, Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, Vol.
As a result, the analysis of laminated composite structures has attracted many research workers, and has been considerably improved to achieve realistic results.
Residual compressive strength after impact (CAI) of a laminated composite is usually used as a convenient measure of its fracture resistance.
wc dividing walls (laminated composite elements), approximately 175 m rammschutz (gypsum fiberboard with ceramic coating).
Another notable feature of polymer based laminated composite materials is the nonlinear material behaviour under mechanical loads primarily because of nonlinear matrix and progressive damage.
Partition walls and lockers: partition wall systems made of laminated composite elements as changing rooms about 20 pieces as toilet and shower partitions about 10 pieces as a room partition about 13.5 m wardrobe cabinets made of hpl solid core panels approx.
Authors Crawley et al [1, 2] studied the analytic and experimental development of piezoelectric actuators as elements of intelligent structures, where static and dynamic analytic models are derived for segmented piezoelectric actuators that are either bonded to an elastic substructure or embedded in a laminated composite. But in the second paper [2] the development and experimental verification of the induced strain actuation of plate components of an intelligent structure is presented.
Factors such as heating rate (a), temperature ([T.sub.c]), time ([t.sub.c]) affect the mechanical behavior of an epoxy matrix and, consequently, of a laminated composite. The impact of these three factors on tensile and flexural strength of glass fabric/epoxy laminated composites is studied in this work using an [L.sub.25] orthogonal array design.