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Title: Static and dynamic behaviors of high alkali glass-fibre-reinforced cloth composites
Authors: Wang, Z.-L.
Li, Y.-C.
Wang, J.G. 
Wang, Z.-H.
Wang, X.-J.
Keywords: Constitutive model
Cross-format centered difference scheme
High-alkali GFRC
High-pressure EOS
Stress wave
Issue Date: Jun-2008
Citation: Wang, Z.-L., Li, Y.-C., Wang, J.G., Wang, Z.-H., Wang, X.-J. (2008-06). Static and dynamic behaviors of high alkali glass-fibre-reinforced cloth composites. Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures 15 (5) : 400-408. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Glass-fiber-reinforced cloth (GFRC) composites have gained wide industrial applications as automotive parts and aircraft components. This work presents an investigation into the static and dynamic mechanical behaviors of the high-alkali GFRC over a wide range of strain rates. Based on a series of experiments, a nonlinear viscoelastic model and a high-pressure equation of state (EOS) are proposed for the compression behavior of the high-alkali GFRC. This is followed by the introduction of a cross-format centered difference scheme. With the implementation of the constitutive model and the EOS, the effects of high-alkali GFRC composites on stress waves are eventually simulated and analyzed.
Source Title: Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures
ISSN: 15376494
DOI: 10.1080/15376490801977833
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