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Experimental examination of the axial compression conduct of filament-wound cylindrical composite tubes at different wall thicknesses and orientation angles

Yıl 2023, Cilt: 14 Sayı: 3, 455 - 460, 30.09.2023
https://doi.org/10.24012/dumf.1304413

Öz

This study presents the results of experimental research on the behavior and stretching of hollow cylindrical epoxy tubes made of glass, carbon, and kevlar fibers subjected to axial compression load. Hollow cylindrical tubes were fabricated by fiber winding method using glass, carbon, and kevlar fiber-reinforced composite materials. In this study, hollow cylindrical composite tubes with constant outer (Ø17 millimeters), two different inner diameters (Ø12 and Ø13 millimeters; 2 ve 2,5 millimeters wall thickness), and 80 millimeters in height. Experimental research was carried out for two dissimilar wall thicknesses and four fiber orientation angles. The compressive strengths of all samples were investigated experimentally by applying loads in the axial direction. Twenty-four configurations of composite specimens were fabricated (three reinforcement materials, four winding angles, and two wall thicknesses) to research the impact of axial compression stress. Experimental results revealed that polymer reinforcement material, fiber winding angle, and wall thickness have a significant impact on the compressive stress of cylindrical composite tubes as a result of applied load in the axial direction. The conclusions show that the compressive stress of all reinforcement rises as the orientation angle and wall thickness increase under an axial compression load, and the compressive stress reaches a maximum when the orientation angle is 90° under an axial compression load. It was observed that the axial compressive stress was highest in glass/epoxy samples with 217 MPa, followed by carbon/epoxy samples with 173 MPa and kevlar/epoxy samples with 145 MPa, respectively. The axial compressive stress of all samples was highest at a 90° orientation angle and lowest at a 15° orientation angle. were found to have low values. It was observed that the axial compressive stress value increased in all reinforcement materials as the wall thickness increased.
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Kaynakça

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  • [23] Adin, M. Ş., & Kılıçkap, E. (2021). Strength of double-reinforced adhesive joints. Materials Testing, 63(2), 176-181.

Experimental examination of the axial compression conduct of filament-wound cylindrical composite tubes at different wall thicknesses and orientation angles

Yıl 2023, Cilt: 14 Sayı: 3, 455 - 460, 30.09.2023
https://doi.org/10.24012/dumf.1304413

Öz

This study presents the results of experimental research on the behavior and stretching of hollow cylindrical epoxy tubes made of glass, carbon and kevlar fibers subjected to axial compression load. Hollow cylindrical tubes were fabricated by fiber winding method using glass, carbon, and kevlar fiber-reinforced composite materials. In this study, hollow cylindrical composite tubes with constant outer (Ø17 millimeters), two different inner diameters (Ø12 and Ø13 millimeters; 2 ve 2,5 millimeters wall thickness), and 80 millimeters in height. Experimental research was carried out for two dissimilar wall thicknesses and four fiber orientation angles. The compressive strengths of all samples were investigated experimentally by applying loads in the axial direction. Twenty-four configurations of composite specimens were fabricated (three reinforcement materials, four winding angles, and two wall thicknesses) to research the impact of axial compression stress. Experimental results revealed that polymer reinforcement material, fiber winding angle, and wall thickness have a significant impact on the compressive stress of cylindrical composite tubes as a result of applied load in the axial direction. The conclusions show that the compressive stress of all reinforcement rises as the orientation angle and wall thickness increase under an axial compression load, and the compressive stress reaches a maximum when the orientation angle is 90° under an axial compression load.

Kaynakça

  • [1] Tao Liu A,c, Xianyan Wu, Baozhong Sun, Wei Fan, Wanli Han, Honglei YiInvestigations of defect effect on dynamic compressive failure of 3D circular braided composite tubes with numerical simulation method. Thin-Walled Structures, Vol. 160. 2021.
  • [2] Zhongxiang Pan, Feng Qiao, Jiajia Yu, Weihao Ouyang, Zhenyu Wu, Distribution of axial yarns on the localized deformation and damage mechanism of triaxial braided composite tubes. Thin-Walled Structures, Vol. 177. 2022.
  • [3] Gang Zheng, Liqiu Zhang, Erdong Wang, Ruyang Yao, Quantian Luo, Qing Li, Guangyong Sun, Investigation into multiaxial mechanical behaviors of Kelvin and Octet-B polymeric closed-cell foams. Thin-Walled Structures, Vol. 177. 2022.
  • [4] Yang Wei, Si Chen, Shuaifeng Tang, Kaiqi Zheng, Jiaqing Wang, Mechanical behavior of bamboo composite tubes under axial compression. Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 339. 2022.
  • [5] M.W. Hilburger, J.H. Starnes, A.M. Waas, a numerical and experimental study of the response of selected compression-loaded composite shells with cutouts, in Proceedings of the 39th AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference, Long Beach, CA., AIAA Paper No. 98-1768, 1998.
  • [6] Jia X, Chen G, Yu Y, Li G, Zhu J, Luo X, et al. Effect of geometric factor, winding angle, and pre-crack angle on quasi-static crushing behavior of filament wound CFRP cylinder. Compos Part B: Eng., 45:1336-43. 2013.
  • [7] Ochelski, Gotowicki P. Experimental assessment of energy absorption capability of carbon-epoxy and glass-epoxy composites. Compos Struct., 87:215-24. 2009.
  • [8] Curtis J, Hinton MJ, Li S, Reid SR, Soden PD. Damage, deformation, and residual burst strength of filament-wound composite tubes subjected to impact or quasi-static indentation. Compos B Eng., 31(5):419–33. 2000.
  • [9] Kim J-S, Yoon H-J, Shin K-B. A study on crushing behaviors of composite circular tubes with different reinforcing fibers. Int J Impact Eng., 38(4):198–207. 2011.
  • [10] Azeem M, Ya HH, Kumar M, Stabla P, Smolnicki M, Gemi L, et al. Application of Filament Winding Technology in Composite Pressure Vessels and Challenges: A Review. J Energy Storage, 49:103468. 2022.
  • [11] Abdul Majid M, Krishnan P, Jia Yi A, Afendi M, Yaacob S, Gibson A. An Automated Portable Multiaxial Pressure Test Rig for Qualifications of Glass/Epoxy Composite Pipes. Sci Eng Compos Mater, 25(2):243–52. 2018.
  • [12] Krishnan P, Abdul Majid MS, Afendi M, Gibson AG, Marzuki HFA. Effects of Winding Angle on the Behaviour of Glass/Epoxy Pipes under Multiaxial Cyclic Loading. Mater Des, 88:196–206. 2015.
  • [13] H. Amid, A. A. A. Jeddi, M. Salehi, H. Dabiryan, and R. Pejman, Autex Research Journal, vol. 16, (2), pp. 100-108, 2016.
  • [14] Roos C and Bakis CE. Multi-physics design and optimization of flexible matrix composite driveshafts. Compos Struct, 93: 2231–2240. 2011.
  • [15] Eslami S, Esmaeel RA, and Taheri F. Experimental investigation of the effect of aging on perforated composite tubes under axial compressive loading. Adv Compos Mater, 22: 151–164. 2013.
  • [16] Abu Talib AR, Ali A, Badie MA, et al. Developing a hybrid, carbon/glass fiber-reinforced, epoxy composite automotive drive shaft. Mater Des, 31: 514–521. 2010.
  • [17] Babamohammadi S, Fantuzzi N and Lonardi G. Mechanical assessment of hollow-circular FRP beams. Compos Struct, 227: 111313. 2019.
  • [18] Mirzaei, M.; Shakeri, M.; Sadeghi, M.; Akbarshahi, H. Experimental and analytical assessment of axial crushing of circular hybrid tubes under quasi-static load. Compos. Struct, 94, 1959–1966. 2012.
  • [19] B. Nan, Y. Wu, H. T. Sun, J. Buckling behavior of pultruded carbon fiber reinforced polymer pipes under axially compressive load. Harbin Eng. Univ., 36, 779. 2015.
  • [20] Hamit ADİN, Zeyni SAĞLAM, Mehmet Şükrü ADİN. Numerical Investigation of Fatigue Behavior of Non-patched and Patched Aluminum/Composite Plates. European Mechanical Science, 168-176.2021
  • [21] Hamit ADİN, Bilal YILDIZ, Mehmet Şükrü ADİN. Numerical Investigation of Fatigue Behaviors of NonPatched and Patched Aluminum Pipes. European Journal of Technique, 60-65.2021
  • [22] Adin, H., & Adin, M. Ş. (2022). Effect of particles on tensile and bending properties of jute epoxy composites. Materials Testing, 64(3), 401-411.
  • [23] Adin, M. Ş., & Kılıçkap, E. (2021). Strength of double-reinforced adhesive joints. Materials Testing, 63(2), 176-181.

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Hayri YILDIRIM 0000-0003-0343-2928

Erken Görünüm Tarihi 30 Eylül 2023
Yayımlanma Tarihi 30 Eylül 2023
Gönderilme Tarihi 28 Mayıs 2023
Yayımlandığı Sayı Yıl 2023 Cilt: 14 Sayı: 3

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IEEE H. YILDIRIM, “Experimental examination of the axial compression conduct of filament-wound cylindrical composite tubes at different wall thicknesses and orientation angles”, DÜMF MD, c. 14, sy. 3, ss. 455–460, 2023, doi: 10.24012/dumf.1304413.
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