Investigating the effects of UV light and moisture ingression on low-impact resistance of three different carbon fiber–reinforced composites

@article{Uddin2019InvestigatingTE,
  title={Investigating the effects of UV light and moisture ingression on low-impact resistance of three different carbon fiber–reinforced composites},
  author={M. N. Uddin and J. George and V. R. Patlolla and R. Asmatulu},
  journal={Advanced Composites and Hybrid Materials},
  year={2019},
  volume={2},
  pages={701 - 710}
}
In this article, the effects of ultraviolet light (UV) and moisture exposure on the low-velocity impact behavior of three different carbon fiber (CF) laminate composites (unidirectional fibers, plain weave woven fibers, and non-crimp fibers (NCF)) are reported based on the experimental observations. The composite laminate was fabricated by vacuum bagging method following the manufacturing specifications with symmetric and asymmetric stacking, and then the test coupons were extracted for impact… Expand
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