Hybrid Composite Laminates Reinforced with Kevlar/Carbon/Glass Woven Fabrics for Ballistic Impact Testing

@inproceedings{Randjbaran2014HybridCL,
  title={Hybrid Composite Laminates Reinforced with Kevlar/Carbon/Glass Woven Fabrics for Ballistic Impact Testing},
  author={Elias Randjbaran and Rizal Zahari and Nawal Aswan Abdul Jalil and Dayang Laila Abang Abdul Majid},
  booktitle={TheScientificWorldJournal},
  year={2014}
}
Current study reported a facile method to investigate the effects of stacking sequence layers of hybrid composite materials on ballistic energy absorption by running the ballistic test at the high velocity ballistic impact conditions. The velocity and absorbed energy were accordingly calculated as well. The specimens were fabricated from Kevlar, carbon, and glass woven fabrics and resin and were experimentally investigated under impact conditions. All the specimens possessed equal mass, shape… CONTINUE READING
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