Introduction to Composite Materials Design, Second Edition / Edition 2

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Overview

Presenting a wealth of completely revised examples and new information, Introduction to Composite Materials Design, Second Edition greatly improves on the bestselling first edition. It incorporates state-of-the-art advances in knowledge and design methods that have taken place over the last 10 years, yet maintains the distinguishing features and vital content of the original.

New material in this second edition:

  • Introduces new background topics, including design for reliability and fracture mechanics
  • Revises and updates information on polymer matrices, modern fibers (e.g., carbon nanotubes, Basalt, Vectran) and fiber forms such as textiles/fabrics
  • Includes new information on Vacuum Assisted Resin Transfer Molding (VARTM)
  • Incorporates major advances in prediction of unidirectional-lamina properties
  • Reworks sections on material failure, including the most advanced prediction and design methodologies, such as in situ strength and Mohr-Coulomb criterion, etc.
  • Covers all aspects of preliminary design, relegating finite element analysis to a separate textbook
  • Discusses methodology used to perform damage mechanics analysis of laminated composites accounting for the main damage modes: longitudinal tension, longitudinal compression, transverse tension, in-plane shear, and transverse compression
  • Presents in-depth analysis of composites reinforced with plain, twill, and satin weaves, as well as with random fiber reinforcements
  • Expands the analysis of thin walled beams with newly developed examples and MATLAB® code
  • Addresses external strengthening of reinforced-concrete beams, columns, and structural members subjected to both axial and bending loads

The author distributes 78 fully developed examples throughout the book to illustrate the application of presented analysis techniques and design methodology, making this textbook ideally suited for self-study. Requiring no more than senior undergraduate-level understanding of math and mechanics, it remains an invaluable tool for students in the engineering disciplines, as well as for self-studying, practicing engineers.

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A text for a one-semester, senior-level course for engineering students with no prior knowledge of composites. Applies structural analysis and design concepts learned earlier in the curriculum, such as the strength of materials, are used to illustrated the design of composite beams, plates, and shells. Emphasizes concepts rather than mathematical derivations, and applies design content throughout the coverage rather than relegating them to appendices. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781420079159
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 7/9/2010
  • Series: Composite Materials Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 562
  • Sales rank: 1,241,726
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Ever J. Barbero, BSME, BSEE, Ph.D., is a Fellow of ASME and SAMPE, and professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at West Virginia University. He is recognized internationally for his work on material models for composite materials. He is the author of a related textbook, Finite Element Analysis of Composite Materials, two patents, and more than 100 peer-reviewed publications.

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Basic Concepts

The Design Process

Composites Design Methods

Design for Reliability

Fracture Mechanics

Materials

Fiber Reinforcements

Fiber–Matrix Compatibility

Fiber Forms

Matrix Materials

Thermoset Matrices

Thermoplastic Matrices

Creep, Temperature, and Moisture

Corrosion Resistance

Flammability

Manufacturing Processes

Hand Lay-up

Pre-preg Lay-up

Bag Molding

Autoclave Processing

Compression Molding

Resin Transfer Molding

Vacuum Assisted Resin Transfer Molding

Pultrusion

Filament Winding

Micro-mechanics

Basic Concepts

Stiffness

Moisture and Thermal Expansion

Strength

Ply Mechanics

Coordinate Systems

Stress and Strain

Stress–Strain Equations

Off-axis Stiffness

Macro-mechanics

Plate Stiffness and Compliance

Computation of Stresses

Common Laminate Types

Laminate Moduli

Design Using Carpet Plots

Hygro-thermal Stresses (*)

Strength

Lamina Failure Criteria

Laminate First Ply Failure

Laminate Strength

Strength Design Using Carpet Plots

Stress Concentrations (*)

Damage

Continuum Damage Mechanics

Longitudinal Tensile Damage

Longitudinal Compression Damage

Transverse Tension and In-plane Shear

Fabric-reinforced Composites

Weave Pattern Description

Analysis

Tow Properties

Element Stiffness and Constitutive Relationship

Laminate Properties

Failure Analysis

Woven Fabrics with Gap

Twill and Satin

Randomly Oriented Reinforcement

Beams

Preliminary Design

Thin Walled Beams

Plates and Stiffened Panels

Plate Bending

Plate Buckling

Stiffened Panels

Shells

Shells of Revolution

Cylindrical Shells with General Loading

Strengthening of Reinforced Concrete

Strengthening Design

Materials

Flexural Strengthening of RC Beams

Shear Strengthening

Beam-column

Appendices

Bibliography

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