Prediction models for distortions and residual stresses in thermoset polymer laminates : An overview
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AbstractThis paper reviews predictive models developed for the development of residual stresses and shape distortions during the manufacturing of thermoset polymeric/composite materials. Different sources that produce residual stresses and shape changes in the laminated panels are described and reviewed. An overview is presented on the characterisation and predictions of the phenomena resulting in residual stresses. The focus will be on the models accounting for the parameters during the cure cycle of the thermoset composite materials published in the literature from 2005 until 2018. The material types covered here range from thermoset adhesives, full composites, and fibre metal laminates. Furthermore, selected works are reviewed on the reduction of the shape changes and residual stresses of composites and fibre metal laminates consisting of thermoset polymers.
CitationAbouhamzeh, M., Sinke, J. & Benedictus, R. (2019) Prediction Models for Distortions and Residual Stresses in Thermoset Polymer Laminates: An Overview. Journal of Manufacturing and Materials Processing, 3 (4) Article No. 87. https://doi.org/10.3390/jmmp3040087
JournalJournal of Manufacturing and Materials Processing
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