By T. W. Clyne
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Extra resources for An Introduction to Metal Matrix Composites (Cambridge Solid State Science Series)
In fact the equations of Laplace, Poisson, Gauss, Fick, Fourier, Hooke, Cauchy-Riemann and Navier-Stokes are all of this form. Except in very simple situations, either the coefficients a-h or the boundary conditions are too complicated for a functional form 0(x, y, t) to be found analytically. g. photoelastic stress measurement), or to a search for a numerical solution in the form of discrete 0 values at a finite set of (x, y, t) coordinates. For MMCs, there is particular interest in determining internal stresses and strains, with and without matrix plastic flow, for given fibre/matrix configurations under external loading and temperature changes.
G. displacements and hence strain fields). Coupled thermo-mechanical problems can also be solved, by ensuring compatibility between thermal and displacement fields; this has been done 22 for residual thermal stresses in MMCs, using a Rayleigh-Ritz method for stress and a Galerkin method for heat flow. 2 Mesh generation The simplest meshing arrangement is the orthogonal mesh, which is often preferred for FDM formulation, and would be suitable for modelling a single fibre in a matrix. Fig. 13 shows the elastic strain field for such an isolated fibre with an imposed far field matrix strain.
It can be seen that the Halpin-Tsai expression represents a fair approximation to the Eshelby axial shear modulus (G32). 4 Poisson contractions Finally, certain Poisson contractions can be predicted using the slab model. 12) 18 Basic composite mechanics i • t Equal applied strains Unequal Poisson strains Unequal applied strains Eaual Poisson strains J Unequal applied strains Unequal Poisson strains Fig. 3 Schematic illustration of how the Poisson's ratios are defined for a fibre composite. For an aligned fibre composite, there are three different Poisson's ratios, as illustrated in Fig.
An Introduction to Metal Matrix Composites (Cambridge Solid State Science Series) by T. W. Clyne