Reduction of void content in laminated composites by mechanical vibrations
Defects, such as voids and bubbles, are detrimental to mechanical properties of composite materials. Theory predicts and experiments show that mechanical properties deteriorate in the presence of voids, hence void management is critical to high quality composite parts. Eliminating common defects such as voids, bubbles, and poor adhesion at interfaces will increase the quality of laminated sandwich composite structure. There is evidence from previous research that mechanical vibrations applied...[Show more]
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