The role of adhesively bonded super hybrid external patches on the impact and post-impact response of repaired glass/epoxy composite laminates

Volume: 184, Pages: 848 - 859
Published: Jan 1, 2018
Abstract
This paper investigates the influence of homogenous and super hybrid external patches based on plain weave woven glass fabric and aluminium alloy sheet (2024) on low velocity impact and quasi-static tensile after impact (TAI) response of adhesively bonded external patch repairs in damaged glass/epoxy composite laminates. The intent of using super hybrid external patches is to combine the excellent high displacement to failure property of...
Paper Details
Title
The role of adhesively bonded super hybrid external patches on the impact and post-impact response of repaired glass/epoxy composite laminates
Published Date
Jan 1, 2018
Volume
184
Pages
848 - 859
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