The effect of fiber orientation on the formability and failure behavior of a woven self-reinforced composite
This article investigates the effect of fiber orientation on forming and failure behaviors of a preconsolidated woven self-reinforced polypropylene (SRPP) composite during the stamp-forming process. Specimens with different aspect ratios were employed to study their formability during forming through a hemispherical punch in an open die configuration. The strain evolution in specimens was captured using a real-time strain measurement system (the aramis). A forming limit diagram (FLD), inspired...[Show more]
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