Manual On Experimental Methods For Mechanical Testing Of Composites by R. Pendleton

Manual On Experimental Methods For Mechanical Testing Of Composites

EditorR. Pendleton, M. Tuttle

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Title:Manual On Experimental Methods For Mechanical Testing Of CompositesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:10.98 X 8.27 X 0 inPublished:October 1, 2011Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Section I Introduction.- Section II A Anisotropie-Material Behavior.- Section II B Classical Lamination Theory.- Section III A Fundamental Strain-Gage Technology.- Section III B Strain Gages on Composites - Gage-Selection Criteria.- Section III C Strain Gages on Composites Temperature Compensation.- Section III D Strain-Gage Reinforcement Effects on Low-Modulus Materials.- Section III E Strain-Gage Reinforcement Effects on Orthotropic Materials.- Section III F Normal-Stress and Shear-Stress Gages and Rosettes.- Section III G Liquid-Metal Strain Gages.- Section IV A-l Geometric Moire.- Section IV A-2 Moire Interferometry for Composites.- Section IV B Shearography: A New Strain-Measurement Technique and a Practical Approach to Nondestructive Testing.- Section V A Acoustic Methods of Evaluating Elastic Properties, or, Will the Real Young''s Modulus Please Stand Up?.- Section V B Acoustic Emission in Composites.- Section VI A Detection of Damage in Composite Materials Using Radiography.- Section VII A Vibrothermography Applied to Polymer Matrix Composites.- Section VII B Adiabatic Thermoelastic Measurements.- Section VII C Damage Evaluation by Laminate Deply.- Section VII E Vibration-Test Methods for Dynamic-Mechanical-Property Characterization.- Section VII F Edge Replication for Laminated Composites.