MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 129, 2017International Conference on Modern Trends in Manufacturing Technologies and Equipment (ICMTMTE 2017)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Advanced Materials and Coatings|
|Published online||07 November 2017|
Simulation of boron and carbon fiber composite characteristics of the elasticity
Ufa State Aviation Technical University, Chair of Strength of Materials, st. K. Marcsa, 12, Ufa, 450000, Russian Federation
2 Ufa State Aviation Technical University, Chair of Aviation Thermal and Energy Engineering, st. K. Marcsa, 12, Ufa, 450000, Russian Federation
* Corresponding author: Kudoyarova@inbox.ru
The use of hybrid fiber-reinforced polymer composites (FRP) opens up wide possibilities for creating structures that are most suitable for different operating conditions. The modelling of a multilayer FRP structure is the most important stage in the creation and manufacture of FRP products since the FRP structure determines the entire complex of elastic, strength and other properties. This paper proposes a method for the theoretical prediction of anisotropic elastic characteristics of material equivalent to a given FRP. A technique for calculating the stiffness coefficients of a homogeneous anisotropic material equivalent to a hybrid composite material having a magnesium matrix reinforced with boron and carbon fibers has been developed and tested in ANSYS. This paper has found that the results of the finite element analysis essentially depend on the dimension of the mesh, and it is necessary to use a mesh with a number of nodes exceeding N = 1·105 to obtain sufficiently accurate calculated values of the elasticity coefficients.
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