Multi-instrument multi-scale experimental damage mechanics for fibre reinforced composites

Stepan, V Lomov, Christian Breite, Delphine Carrella-Payan, Valter Carvelli, Nuri Ersoy, Marco Gigliotti, Raquel Antoranz Gonzalez, Sergey Ivanov, Malika Kersani, Marie-Christine Lafarie-Frenot, Mark Mavrogordato, Mahoor Mehdikhani, Arsen Melnikov, Francisco Mesquita, Fatih Oz, Yannick Pannier, Lincy Pyl, Erich Schoberl, Ian Sinclair, S. Mark SpearingYentl Swolfs, Danny Van Hemelrijk, Man Zhu, Larissa Gorbatikh

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Reliable investigation of damage in fibre reinforced composites requires concurrent in- and ex-situ application of multiple instruments at different scale: digital image correlation, acoustic emission registration, optical/electron microscopy, C-scan, X-ray imaging and micro-computed tomography. The multi-instrument experimental mechanics allows detailed damage monitoring and inspection.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012057
Number of pages8
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 21 Sep 2018


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