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Bending Analysis of a Filament-Wound Composite Tube

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DOI: 10.4236/mme.2018.81005    540 Downloads   1,044 Views

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The aim of this paper is to present finite element model of a filament-wound composite tube subjected to three-point bending and bending in accordance with standard EN 15807:2011 (railway applications-pneumatic half couplings) along with its experimental verification. In the finite element model, composite reinforcement plies have been characterized by linear orthotropic material model, while rubber liners have been described by a two-parameter MooneyRivlin model. Force-displacement curves of three-point bending show fairly good agreement between simulation results and experimental data. Reaction forces of FE simulation and experiment of standard bending test are in good agreement.

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Szabó, G. , Váradi, K. and Felhős, D. (2018) Bending Analysis of a Filament-Wound Composite Tube. Modern Mechanical Engineering, 8, 66-77. doi: 10.4236/mme.2018.81005.

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