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THE EFFECT OF VARIOUS NON-LINEAR MATRIX TYPES ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF PARTICULATE COMPOSITE

MAJER, Z. NOVOTNÁ, E.

Originální název

THE EFFECT OF VARIOUS NON-LINEAR MATRIX TYPES ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF PARTICULATE COMPOSITE

Anglický název

THE EFFECT OF VARIOUS NON-LINEAR MATRIX TYPES ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF PARTICULATE COMPOSITE

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The main objective of this contribution is the numerical investigation of the properties in polymeric particulate composite. The composite was modeled as a two-phase continuum (using representative volume element) and numerically simulated on a microscopic scale using finite elements method (ANSYS). For calculations of the composite Young modulus finite element model with respect the elastic-plastic model of polymer matrix (polypropylene) was used. The numerical results with experimental data were confronted as well as the data for modeling of primary matrix was determinate from experiment.

Anglický abstrakt

The main objective of this contribution is the numerical investigation of the properties in polymeric particulate composite. The composite was modeled as a two-phase continuum (using representative volume element) and numerically simulated on a microscopic scale using finite elements method (ANSYS). For calculations of the composite Young modulus finite element model with respect the elastic-plastic model of polymer matrix (polypropylene) was used. The numerical results with experimental data were confronted as well as the data for modeling of primary matrix was determinate from experiment.

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@article{BUT72749,
  author="Zdeněk {Majer} and Eva {Molliková}",
  title="THE EFFECT OF VARIOUS NON-LINEAR MATRIX TYPES ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF PARTICULATE COMPOSITE",
  annote="The main objective of this contribution is the numerical investigation of the properties in polymeric particulate composite. The composite was modeled as a two-phase continuum (using representative volume element) and numerically simulated on a microscopic scale using finite elements method (ANSYS). For calculations of the composite Young modulus finite element model with respect the elastic-plastic model of polymer matrix (polypropylene) was used. The numerical results with experimental data were confronted as well as the data for modeling of primary matrix was determinate from experiment.",
  chapter="72749",
  number="17",
  volume="105",
  year="2011",
  month="july",
  pages="830--831",
  type="journal article - other"
}