THE HIGH VELOCITY IMPACT LOADING ON SYMMETRICAL AND WOVEN HYBRID COMPOSITE LAMINATES

【Author】

Martin Ming Jin;Mel Richardson;

【Abstract】

<正>In this paper,response of carbon-woven,Kevlar-woven and carbon unidirectional fabric carbon/epoxy composite laminates subjected to[high velocity impact loading] is discussed.Aerospace grade plain and satin weave carbon fabrics were used to manufacture the laminate using a toughened epoxy resin system with an affordable vacuum assisted resin molding process.For fabrication of laminates,a used Kevlar 49 with resin and carbon-woven HEXPLY V_f 65%913C-T300J was used to the fabric specimens of size 100mm×100mm.Laminates used in the study were made of 8 layers.One laminates of seven were subjected to[high velocity impact]loading at different[velocity]to determine the ballistic limit.The ensuing damage was characterized through high speed impact.Results of the study indicate that the damage was well contained within the woven fibre besmear epoxy resin increase laminates impact result.

【Keywords】

Woven composites;;Damage resistance;;Ballistic Impact

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