Parallel computational models for composites reinforced by CNT-fibres
The aspect ratio of CNT-fibres reinforcing composite material is often with the value of 103:1106:1, or even larger. Thus, the method of Continuous Source Functions (MCSF) developed by authors using 1D continuous source functions distributed along the fibre axis enables to simulate the interaction of each fibre with the matrix and also with other fibres. 1D source functions can serve as Trefftz (T-) functions, which satisfy the governing equations inside the domain (matrix), and boundary...[Show more]
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