Publication detail

Experimental-computational Modelling of Damage of Steel reinforced Rubber Composite

BURŠA, J.

Original Title

Experimental-computational Modelling of Damage of Steel reinforced Rubber Composite

English Title

Experimental-computational Modelling of Damage of Steel reinforced Rubber Composite

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper deals with experimental and computational evaluation of adhesion between rubber and steel wire or steel wire rope used in production of tyres. The measured rip-out forces for samples with various ropes structures and various joint lengths show that the forces are influenced only by several millimetres of the joint near the end of the rope. Further, adhesive forces in samples with a steel wire rope are much lower than in samples with only one wire, which has the same total dimensions as the rope. Computational models using FEM system ANSYS have shown that the stress state character in the concentration region near the end of the wire is very strange, different from the other composites: the values of all the three principal stresses are nearly the same. The influence of notches on limit states is investigated as well.

English abstract

The paper deals with experimental and computational evaluation of adhesion between rubber and steel wire or steel wire rope used in production of tyres. The measured rip-out forces for samples with various ropes structures and various joint lengths show that the forces are influenced only by several millimetres of the joint near the end of the rope. Further, adhesive forces in samples with a steel wire rope are much lower than in samples with only one wire, which has the same total dimensions as the rope. Computational models using FEM system ANSYS have shown that the stress state character in the concentration region near the end of the wire is very strange, different from the other composites: the values of all the three principal stresses are nearly the same. The influence of notches on limit states is investigated as well.

Keywords

fibre composite, computational modelling, adhesion force

RIV year

2004

Released

05.09.2001

Publisher

FIT UT Trenčín, Matador Púchov

Location

Púchov

ISBN

80-968099-5-4

Book

Theoretical and Experimental Problems of Materials Engineering

Pages from

18

Pages to

18

Pages count

1

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT3912,
  author="Jiří {Burša}",
  title="Experimental-computational Modelling of Damage of Steel reinforced Rubber Composite",
  annote="The paper deals with experimental and computational evaluation of adhesion between rubber and steel wire or steel wire rope used in production of tyres. The measured rip-out forces for samples with various ropes structures and various joint lengths show that the forces are influenced only by several millimetres of the joint near the end of the rope. Further, adhesive forces in samples with a steel wire rope are much lower than in samples with only one wire, which has the same total dimensions as the rope. Computational models using FEM system  ANSYS have shown that the stress state character in the concentration region near the end of the wire is very strange, different from the other composites: the values of all the three principal stresses are nearly the same. The influence of notches on limit states is investigated as well.",
  address="FIT UT Trenčín, Matador Púchov",
  booktitle="Theoretical and Experimental Problems of Materials Engineering",
  chapter="3912",
  institution="FIT UT Trenčín, Matador Púchov",
  year="2001",
  month="september",
  pages="18",
  publisher="FIT UT Trenčín, Matador Púchov",
  type="conference paper"
}