On the use of photoelastic composite models
Emphasis in the paper is placed on establishing the validity of employing photoelastic composite models to study assumptions used in composite-material analysis. Two approaches for the derivation of material constants for plane-stress layered composite materials are presented. Basic assumptions of the theories are studied. The theoretical and experimental equivalent moduli for test specimens loaded in tension and in shear are also compared.
KeywordsMechanical Engineer Composite Material Fluid Dynamics Test Specimen Basic Assumption
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