- 22nd October 2018
- Posted by: Yanki Keles
Open-Hole tensile test for CFRP materials (Airbus Test Method AITM 1-0007)
Prediction of the failure envelope of unidirectional composite materials by means of finite element simulations
Enhancement of Digimat-FE, an existing commercial software product, to make such predictions available to industry
Enhancement of Digimat-FE to extend these capabilities to more complex composites such as 3D woven composites
Coupling of Digimat-FE with LS-Dyna, a commercial finite element package, to use the latter as finite element solver to make stiffness predictions
Fig. 1. Test for Mode I Interlaminar fracture toughness of unidirectional CFRP material (Airbus Test Method AITM 1-0005)
Fig. 2. Open-Hole compression test for CFRP materials (Airbus Test Method AITM 1-0008)
Fig. 3. Open-Hole tensile test for CFRP materials (Airbus Test Method AITM 1-0007)
Fig. 4. Short-Beam Test (Standard Test Method ASTM D2344)
Fig. 5. Low-velocity impact test (Airbus Test Method AITM 1-0010)
Fig. 6. High velocity impact test – Comparison of FE, SPH and Experimental deformation of an aluminium plate.
Fig. 7. High velocity impact test – Comparison of deformation shape of a aluminium plate using FE and SPH method.
Fig. 8. Deformation of a single Kevlar plain-woven fabric to High Velocity Impact Test (Air-gun experiments and FE simulations)