Selection of Fiber Orientation Around Geometric Discontinuities in Designing Against Failure of GFRP Laminates
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MATEC Web of Conferences
Determining fiber orientation around geometric discontinuities is challenging and simultaneously crucial when designing laminates against failure. This study presents an approach for selecting the fiber orientations in the vicinity of a geometric discontinuity. Maximum stresses in the discontinuity region are calculated using Classical Lamination Theory and the stress concentration factor. The use of the Tsai-Hill and Tsai-Wu failure theories estimate the minimum moment to cause failure in a lamina. Fiber orientations around the discontinuity are obtained using the Tsa-Hill failure theory.
(2018). Selection of Fiber Orientation Around Geometric Discontinuities in Designing Against Failure of GFRP Laminates. MATEC Web of Conferences, 188
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