Size effects in the fiber pullout test
In this paper, a numerical simulation method is used to study the effect of specimen size on interfacial behavior of the specimen in fiber pullout tests. Interfacial shear stress and normal stress are analyzed for different sizes of the test specimen. The interface between fiber and matrix is assumed to be bonded perfectly. For simplicity, all materials are assumed to be linear and elastic solids, and the effects of thermal residual stress and friction between crack faces are ignored. The...[Show more]
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