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Composites

ISSUES TO ADDRESS...

What are the classes and types of composites ? Why are composites used instead of metals, ceramics, or polymers? How do we estimate composite stiffness & strength? What are some typical applications?

MSE 406: Thermal and Mechanical Behavior of Materials D.D. Johnson 2005

MSE 406: Thermal and Mechanical Behavior of Materials D.D. Johnson 2005

Classification of Composites

Composites: Matrix:

- Multiphase material w/significant proportions of ea. phase.

Particle-reinforced Examples:

Adapted from Fig. 10.10, Callister 6e .

transfer stress to other phases protect phases from environment

From D. Hull and T.W. Clyne, An Intro to Composite Materials , 2nd ed., Cambridge University Press, New York, 1996, Fig. 3.6, p. 47.

Dispersed phase:

-Purpose: enhance matrix properties.

MMC: increase y, TS, creep resist. CMC: increase Kc PMC: increase E, y, TS, creep resist.

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Particle-reinforced

Particle-reinforced

Fiber-reinforced

-- two approaches.

Structural

by eutectic solidification. formed by glass slurry E glass = 76GPa; E SiC = 400GPa.

(a)

(b)

From W. Funk and E. Blank, Creep deformation of Ni3Al-Mo in-situ composites", Metall. Trans. A Vol. 19(4), pp. 987-998, 1988.

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From F.L. Matthews and R.L. Rawlings, Composite Materials; Engineering and Science , Reprint ed., CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2000. (a) Fig. 4.22, p. 145 (photo by J. Davies); (b) Fig. 11.20, p. 349 (micrograph by H.S. Kim, P.S. Rodgers, and R.D. Rawlings).

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Particle-reinforced Fiber-reinforced Discontinuous, random 2D fibers Example: Carbon-Carbon

--process: fiber/pitch, then burn out at up to 2500C. (b) --uses: disk brakes, gas turbine exhaust flaps, nose cones.

(a)

Stress-strain response depends on properties of reinforcing and matrix materials (carbon, polymer, metal, ceramic) volume fractions of reinforcing and matrix materials orientation of fibre reinforcement (golf club, kevlar jacket) size and dispersion of particle reinforcement (concrete) absolute length of fibres, etc. concentration size shape

Structural

C fibers: very stiff very strong C matrix: less stiff view onto plane less strong fibers lie in plane

Other variations:

--Discontinuous, random 3D --Discontinuous, 1D

distribution

orientation

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MSE 406: Thermal and Mechanical Behavior of Materials D.D. Johnson 2005

Isostrain: Load & Reinforcements Aligned F Strain or elongation of matrix V = V and fibres are the same! V

Tot

(Isostress below)

E =

c

= 1,N

EV

Load & Reinforcements Perpendicular F Load (Stress) across matrix and fibres is the same!

F

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1= E

c

= 1,N

V E

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Isostrain Case: strain forces

F

For Elastic case:

c =m =r Fc =Fm +Fr

= E = E V + E V = (E V +E V )

c c c m m m f f f c m m f f

P =

c

= 1,N

PV

= (A /Ac)+ (A /Ac) or = V + V

c m m f f c m m f f

N =2 c = = 1,N V 1 1 + 2V2 V

C V + C2 2V2 Cc = 1 1 1 1 1 + 2V2 V E V + E V c = 1 1 1 2 2 2 E1 1 + E 2V2 V

= E = E V + E V = (E V +E V )

c c c m m m f f f c m m f f

P =

c

= 1,N

PV

How?

Properties include: elastic moduli, density, heat capacity, thermal expansion, specific heat, ...

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Need to assess the proper dependence of the properity to get Rule-of-Mixture correct.

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Isoload Case: strain forces

c =m +r Fc =Fm =Fr

ISOSTRAIN Example Suppose a polymer matrix (E= 2.5 GPa) has 33% fibre reinforcements of glass (E = 76 GPa). What is Elastic Modulus?

= V + V = V + V

c m m f f m

elastic case

*if the fibers are continuous or planar, then area of applied stress is the same.

= 26.7 GPA ~ 25 GPA

Composite Property

1= P

c

= 1,N

V P

Properties include: elastic moduli, density, heat capacity, thermal expansion, specific heat, ...

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ISOLOAD Example Suppose a polymer matrix (E= 2.5 GPa) has 33% fibre reinforcements of glass (E = 76 GPa). What is Elastic Modulus?

1 = Vm + Vf Ec Em Ef

= 3.8 GPA

isostrain

Rearrange:

E=

C

EmEf Em Vf E m + (1 Vf )E f (1 Vf )

isoload

* Elastic modulus of composite under isoload condition Strongly depends on stiffness of matrix, unlike isostrain case where stiffness dominates from fibres.

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MSE 406: Thermal and Mechanical Behavior of Materials D.D. Johnson 2005

Particle-reinforced

fiber strength in tension

Fiber-reinforced

Structural

fiber diameter shear strength of fiber-matrix interface

Ex: For fiberglass, fiber length > 15mm needed Why? Longer fibers carry stress more efficiently! Are these isostrain or isoload? What are some real life examples?

Adapted from Fig. 16.7, Callister 6e .

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MSE 406: Thermal and Mechanical Behavior of Materials D.D. Johnson 2005

Particle-reinforced

Fiber-reinforced

Structural

Structural

-- stacking sequence: e.g., 0/90 -- benefit: balanced, in-plane stiffness

Adapted from Fig. 16.16, Callister 6e .

Ec = EmVm + KE f Vf

efficiency factor:

--aligned 1D: K = 1 (anisotropic) --random 2D: K = 3/8 (2D isotropy) --random 3D: K = 1/5 (3D isotropy)

Values from Table 16.3, Callister 6e .

Sandwich panels

-- low density, honeycomb core -- benefit: small weight, large bending stiffness

(aligned 1D)

Adapted from Fig. 16.17, Callister 6e .

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MSE 406: Thermal and Mechanical Behavior of Materials D.D. Johnson 2005

Composite Benefits

CMCs: Increased toughness PMCs: Increased E/

Gluing together these composite layers composed of epoxy matrix (E m= 5 GPa) with graphite fibres (Ef= 490 GPa and Vf = 0.3). Central layer is oriented 90 0 from other two layers. Case I - Load is applied parallel to fibres in outer two sheets. Case II - Load is applied parallel to fibres of central sheet. What are effective elastic moduli in the two case? First need to know how individual sheets respond, then average.

MMCs:

Increased creep resistance

Adapted from T.G. Nieh, "Creep rupture of a silicon-carbide reinforced aluminum composite", Metall. Trans. A Vol. 15(1), pp. 139-146, 1984.

1 = 0.3 + 0.7 E = 7.1GPa E 490 GPa 5GPa E|| = 0.3(490GPa)+ 0.7(5GPa)E|| =150.5GPa

Case I: E lam=(2/3)(150.5 GPa) + (1/3)(7.1 GPa) = 102.7 GPa Case II: Elam=(1/3)(150.5 GPa) + (2/3)(7.1 GPa) = 54.9 GPa

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MSE 406: Thermal and Mechanical Behavior of Materials D.D. Johnson 2005

Mechanical Response of Laminate is Complex and NOT Ideal 3 Conditions required: consider top and bottom before laminated

strain compatibility- top and bottom must have same strain when glued. stress-strain relations - need Hookes Law and Poisson effect. equilibrium - forces and torques, or twisting and bending. Isostrain for load along x-dir: Poisson Effect and Displacements in :

top = x

bott x bott y

top = y

E bott

When glued together displacements have to be same! Unequal displacements not allowed! So, top gets wider (ytop > 0) and bottom gets narrower (ybott < 0). Equilibrium: Fy = 0 = (ybot t bot + ytop t top )L. (t = thickness) As stress is applied, compatibility can be maintained, depending on the laminate, only if materials twists.

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MSE 406: Thermal and Mechanical Behavior of Materials D.D. Johnson 2005

Want compressive stresses at end of laminate so there are no tensile stresses to cause delamination - failure!

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NO delamination - failure!

Why Laminate Composite is NOT Ideal Depending on placement of load and the orientation of fibres internal to sheet and the orientation of sheets relative to one another, the response is then very different. Examples of orientations of laminated sheets that provided compressive stresses at edges of composite and also tensile stresses there. >>>> Tensile stresses lead to delamination! The stacking of composite sheets and their angular orientation can be used to prevent twisting moments but allow bending moments. This is very useful for airplane wings, golf club shafts (to prevent slices or hooks), tennis rackets, etc., where power or lift comes or is not reduced from bending.

Apply in-pane Tensile Stress A B +90 +45 +45 45 45 +90 45 +90 +45 45 +90 +45 Tensile -> delaminate Compressive

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MSE 406: Thermal and Mechanical Behavior of Materials D.D. Johnson 2005

Not just due to fabrication, rather also due to thermal expansion differences between matrix and reinforcements Tm and Tr. Thermal coatings, e.g.

At T 1

Summary

Composites are classified according to:

-- the matrix material (CMC, MMC, PMC) -- the reinforcement geometry (particles, fibers, layers).

m r | T T | TE = T TE c

At T 2 If compatible, composite will bend and rotate

Material with most contraction (least) has positive (negative) residual stress. (For non-ceramics, you should consider plastic strain too.) Ceramic-oxide thermal layers, e.g. on gas turbine engines: ceramic coating ZrO2-based (lower Tr) metal blade (Ni xCo1-x )CrAlY (higher Tm) Failure by delamination without a good design of composite, i.e. compatibility maintained.

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-- MMC: enhance y, TS, creep performance -- CMC: enhance Kc -- PMC: enhance E, y, TS, creep performance Particulate-reinforced: -- Elastic modulus can be estimated. -- Properties are isotropic. Fiber-reinforced: -- Elastic modulus and TS can be estimated along fiber dir. -- Properties can be isotropic or anisotropic. Structural : -- Based on build-up of sandwiches in layered form.

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