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THE INFLUENCE OF PARTICLE SIZE ON THE FRACTURE TOUGHNESS OF PP-BASED PARTICLE COMPOSITE

HUTAŘ, P. MAJER, Z. NÁHLÍK, L. ŠESTÁKOVÁ, L. KNÉSL, Z.

Originální název

THE INFLUENCE OF PARTICLE SIZE ON THE FRACTURE TOUGHNESS OF PP-BASED PARTICLE COMPOSITE

Anglický název

THE INFLUENCE OF PARTICLE SIZE ON THE FRACTURE TOUGHNESS OF PP-BASED PARTICLE COMPOSITE

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The main focus of this paper is the numerical investigation of fracture behaviour in particulate composite (CaCO3 -PP). The composite was modelled as a three-phase continuum and numerically simulated on a microscopic scale using finite elements. The interaction of micro-crack propagation in the matrix filled by rigid particles covered by the interphase was analyzed. Stress distribution was determined for a variety of particle sizes and material properties of the interphase. The final results, in agreement with the experimental data, confirm the dependence of microcrack behavior on particle size.

Anglický abstrakt

The main focus of this paper is the numerical investigation of fracture behaviour in particulate composite (CaCO3 -PP). The composite was modelled as a three-phase continuum and numerically simulated on a microscopic scale using finite elements. The interaction of micro-crack propagation in the matrix filled by rigid particles covered by the interphase was analyzed. Stress distribution was determined for a variety of particle sizes and material properties of the interphase. The final results, in agreement with the experimental data, confirm the dependence of microcrack behavior on particle size.

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@article{BUT48335,
  author="Pavel {Hutař} and Zdeněk {Majer} and Luboš {Náhlík} and Lucie {Malíková} and Zdeněk {Knésl}",
  title="THE INFLUENCE OF PARTICLE SIZE ON THE FRACTURE TOUGHNESS OF PP-BASED PARTICLE COMPOSITE",
  annote="The main focus of this paper is the numerical investigation of fracture behaviour in particulate composite (CaCO3 -PP). The composite was modelled as a
three-phase continuum and numerically simulated on a microscopic scale using finite elements. The interaction of micro-crack propagation in the matrix filled by rigid particles covered by the interphase was analyzed. Stress distribution was determined for a variety of particle sizes and material properties of the interphase. The final results, in agreement with the experimental data, confirm the dependence of microcrack behavior on particle size.",
  address="Springer",
  chapter="48335",
  institution="Springer",
  journal="MECHANICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS",
  number="3",
  volume="45",
  year="2009",
  month="may",
  pages="281--286",
  publisher="Springer",
  type="journal article - other"
}