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|Titolo:||Simulated and Experimental Damping Properties of a SMA/Fiber Glass Laminated Composite|
|Autori interni:||ARNABOLDI, SERGIO|
BIFFI, CARLO ALBERTO
LECIS, NORA FRANCESCA MARIA
LO CONTE, ANTONIETTA
|Data di pubblicazione:||2011|
|Rivista:||JOURNAL OF MATERIALS ENGINEERING AND PERFORMANCE|
|Abstract:||In this article, an advanced laminated composite is developed, combining the high damping properties of shape memory alloy (SMA) with mechanical properties and light weight of a glass-fiber reinforced polymer. The composite is formed by stacking a glass-fiber reinforced epoxy core between two thin patterned strips of SMA alloy, and two further layers of fiber-glass reinforced epoxy. The bars of the laminated composite were assembled and cured in autoclave. The patterning was designed to enhance the interface adhesion between matrix and SMA inserts and optimally exploit the damping capacity of the SMA thin ribbons. The patterned ribbons of the SMA alloy were cut by means of a pulsed fiber laser source. Damping properties at different amplitudes on full scale samples were investigated at room temperature with a universal testing machine through dynamic tension tests, while temperature dependence was investigated by dynamic mechanical analyses (DMA) on smaller samples. Experimental results were used in conjunction with FEM analysis to optimize the geometry of the inserts. Experimental decay tests on the laminated composite have been carried out to identify the adimensional damping value related to their first flexural mode.|
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