Effect of interfacial decohesion on stiffness reduction in a random discontinuous-fibre composite containing matrix microcracks

@inproceedings{Meraghni1996EffectOI,
  title={Effect of interfacial decohesion on stiffness reduction in a random discontinuous-fibre composite containing matrix microcracks},
  author={F Meraghni and Christopher John Blakeman and M. L. Benzeggagh},
  year={1996}
}
  • F Meraghni, Christopher John Blakeman, M. L. Benzeggagh
  • Published 1996
  • Materials Science
  • Abstract This work focuses on the modelling of interfacial debonding effects on the overall behaviour of randomly oriented discontinuous-fibre composites containing matrix microcracks. A micromechanical analysis based on Eshelby inclusion theory and the Mori-Tanaka method has been performed. It is intended to evaluate the interfacial stress tensor by considering the local perturbation due to the onset and the growth of matrix microcracks. However, as developed previously, the interfacial… CONTINUE READING

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