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Development of in situ stiffness properties for shuttle booster filament wound case

V Verderaime

Development of in situ stiffness properties for shuttle booster filament wound case

by V Verderaime

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reusable space vehicles -- Mathematical models,
  • Epoxy compounds -- Mathematical models,
  • Graphite -- United States -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    StatementV. Verderaime
    SeriesNASA technical paper -- 2377
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 50 p. :
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14933656M

    high ratios of stiffness and strength to weight are of paramount importance. Filament-wound, fiber-rein-forced polymer-matrix composite laminate tubes have been used for a wide range of new engineering applica-tions, owing to their high specific stiffness, strength and superior corrosion resistance. A systematic study, based.   Flowtite's Filament Wound Production provides Owners & Engineers alike with a pressure rated product with superior corrosion resistance. Notice the .

    Identification and management of filament-wound case stiffness parameters. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and .   Polymer-based composite tubes are utilized in numerous industrial fields such as in transportation, oil industry, aeronautical and aerospace applications due to their high specific strength, high specific stiffness and corrosion resistance. 1 The most extensively utilized fabrication technique of composite tubes is filament winding because of high fibre precision, high fibre content, low void Author: Gyula Szabó, Károly Váradi.

    The filament wound tubes investigated here required a spatial resolution of approximately 16 pixels/mm in order for the FWP to be resolved in the strain field. If only radial displacements are of interest, a lower resolution may be used. SUBJECT TERMS Filament wound, carbon fiber reinforced composite, flexible matrix, polyurethane Author: Todd C Henry, Jaret C Riddick, Ryan P Emerson, Charles E Bakis. The data is based for an E-Glass /Epoxy unidirectional engineering properties from physical test data of filament wound tubes. This data was taken form the standard database of data supplied with the software. A number of published sets of data are included in the data base for glass and some more exotic filament types.


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Development of in situ stiffness properties for shuttle booster filament wound case by V Verderaime Download PDF EPUB FB2

DEVELOPMENT OF INSlTU STIFFNESS PROPERTIES FOR SHUTTLE BOOSTER FILAMENT WOUND CASE I. INTRODUCTION Recent experiences in formulating arid producing appropriate shell stiffness properties for the gnphitespoxy wound motor case has necessitated an extension of prediction and verification methods over wtier Size: 1MB.

Development of in situ stiffness properties for shuttle booster filament wound case. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch.

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OpenURL. Abstract. s-es Properties for shuttle Booster. Subscale tests were extensively used to develop a data base on elastic properties of graphite-epoxy wound pressure vessels. Scaling phenomena were observed to influence biaxial strains. Causes for scaling are proposed and lamina models with scaling factors are presentedAuthor: V.

Verderaime. Development of in situ stiffness properties for shuttle booster filament wound case / By V. Verderaime and United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch. Abstract.

In-Situ Monitoring of a Filament Wound Pressure Vessel by the MWCNT Sensor under Hydraulic Fatigue Cycling and Pressurization Biao Xiao 1, Bin Yang 1,*, Fu-Zhen Xuan 1,*, Yun Wan 2, Chaojie Hu 1, Pengcheng Jin 3, Hongshuai Lei 4, Yanxun Xiang 1 and Kang Yang 1 1 School of Mechanical and Power Engineering, East China University of Science and Technology,Cited by: 3.

The Advanced Solid Rocket Motor (ASRM) would have superseded the performance gain from filament wound cases (FWC). ASRM was designed with ISS in mind. ASRM was superseded by the Super Lightweight Tank (SLWT) which used Li Al. Resin Matrix: Amalga Composites has the technical background and experience to engineer a variety of resin systems for filament-wound thermoset plastics.

The proven composite structures described on this page have been fabricated with anhydride-cured epoxy systems, which offer superior strength and stiffness properties, minimal shrinkage, and excellent resistance to corrosion, abrasion and impact. The aim of this study is to investigate the mechanical properties of continuous glass fiber reinforced composite tubes produced by filament winding technique with three different winding angles.

properties of the manufactured tubes especially for the single layer. Consequently, there are three different approaches of determining the elastic moduli and tensile strengths of a filament wound laminate. Either specimens are resected from a curved tube, from a tube with plane areas or standardized flat specimens are manufactured.

A FIBER REINFORCED PLASTIC JOINT FOR FILAMENT WOUND PIPES: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN By Hector Estrada Department of Civil Engineering University of Illinois and I. Dennis Parsons TransMotive Technologies Inc. A Report on a Research Project Sponsored by the: NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION WASHINGTON, D.C. University of Illinois Urbana, Illinois July As a result of the high specific strength/stiffness to mass ratio, filament wound composite pressure vessels are extensively used to contain gas or fluid under pressure.

The ability to in-situ monitor the composite pressure vessels for possible damage is important for high-pressure medium storage by: 3. is obtained for the design of filament wound composite tubes under combined loading.

Key words: Filament wound, Winding angle, FEM 1. Introduction Composites are the materials that are composed of at least two components and form a new material with properties different from those of the components. Most composites are composed of aCited by: 6. PROPERTIES OF FILAMENT-WOUND COMPOSITE TUBES Erdiller, Emrah Salim M.S., Department of Mechanical Engineering Supervisor: Prof.

Levend Parnas Co-Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Cevdet Kaynak Julypages The aim of this study is to investigate the mechanical properties File Size: 2MB. Filament Wound Products CSB-CR series materials have a backing of high strength glass fibre with epoxy resin and a lubricating layer of either PTFE wound fibre or special lubricating fibres.

This structure performs an outstanding anti-wear feature with low friction. The finite element analyses considering the geometrical nonlinearity were performed for the ASTEB.

The original mesh and boundary conditions used in this finite element analysis are shown in Fig. ° strip of the full ASTEB was modeled using a cyclic symmetric condition at both forward and aft domes are analyzed separately, because stress remains constant shortly away from the Cited by: ACOS also successfully simulated the postbuckling failure and the reduction of structural stiffness up to collapse.

The results show that finite element analysis with shell elements can be used to evaluate the buckling load of moderately thick-walled, filament-wound composite cylinders under Cited by: Filament wound composite pressure cylindersFilament wound composite pressure cylinders J.C.

Ve losa et al Ciência e Tecnologia dos Materiais, Vol, nº 1/2, A vessel consisting in a thermoplastic liner wrapped with a filament winding glass fibre reinforced thermosetting resin structure has been studied.

The finite element analysis. millimeters deep is mounted onto the mandrel. Helical fibers are wound over the metal ring and the grooves are filled with a dedicated inlay material. When the joint is locked with hoop fibers, the metal ring is fastened to the motor case. Such a rocket motor is shown in Fig.

Fig. Filament wound rocket motor with in-wound metallic end. This paper treats the optimum design of graphite/epoxy laminated composite cylindrical pressure vessels under stiffness and strength constraints based upon the membrane theory.

Stiffness constraint Cited by:. Filament-wound (filament winding) fiberglass tubes and fiberglass tubing provide a very high strength-to-weight ratio, excellent electrical insulation properties and high resistance to corrosion.

Special C-K resin formulations and filament winding patterns have been developed to meet applications such as. Stiffness and buckling in filament-wound motors.

R. RAVENHALL; Investigation of the Effect of Geodesic and Semi-geodesic Winding on the Vibration Characteristics of Variable Stiffness Filament Wound Shells of Revolution. Buckling of filament wound composite conical shells under axial by: 6.enclosure The flat specimens were wound as plates and afterwards cured in a autoclave, see enclosure Considering the purpose of the manufacturing, determination of the mechanical properties, it is important to control the manufacturing process in order to get a constant material : M.R.S.

Huisman.