Compression curve of a fibrous composite
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Results are presented of an experimental investigation of a single-directional fibrous composite under compression in the bonding direction. The buckling modesare detected: the customary bending and a shear mode which holds for comparatively low sample flexibilities.
KeywordsMathematical Modeling Mechanical Engineer Experimental Investigation Industrial Mathematic Shear Mode
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