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Title: CFRPボルト接合部の面圧破壊に影響する繊維キンク損傷のモデリング
Other Titles: Modeling of Fiber Kinking Damage for Bearing Failure in Bolted Joints of CFRP Laminates
Authors: 灘部, 岳晃  KAKEN_name
西川, 雅章  kyouindb  KAKEN_id
水口, 周  KAKEN_name
中村, 達也  KAKEN_name
武田, 展雄  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: NADABE, Takeaki
NISHIKAWA, Masaaki
MINAKUCHI, Shu
NAKAMURA, Tatsuya
TAKEDA, Nobuo
Keywords: Fiber reinforced composites
Failure mechanism
Bearing failure
Progressive failure analysis
Mechanically fastened joints
Issue Date: Sep-2011
Publisher: 日本複合材料学会
Journal title: 日本複合材料学会誌 = Journal of the Japan Society for Composite Materials
Volume: 37
Issue: 5
Start page: 172
End page: 181
Abstract: This paper experimentally investigates damage mechanisms which is closely related with the bearing failure in bolted joints of CFRP laminates and proposes a finite element model to reproduce those damage mechanisms. First, the damage was observed in the bearing failure of bolted joints, and the main factor of the large stiffness degradation in bearing failure is the fiber kinking damage. In addition, the fiber kinking is suppressed by the bolt clamping, which increases the bearing strength of bolted joints. Then, three-dimensional finite element model was developed for addressing the bearing failure in bolted joints based on the experimental observation. In this model, the initiation and the propagation of the fiber kinking damage which plays an important role in the bearing failure of bolted joints were reproduced and the stress failure criteria were investigated. The variation of the load at the kinking onset due to the bolt clamping was simulated and consequently the load history during the evolution of the fiber kinking damage was simulated.
Rights: © 2011 日本複合材料学会
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/171997
DOI(Published Version): 10.6089/jscm.37.172
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