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Assessment of dynamic mode-I delamination driving force in double cantilever beam tests for fiber-reinforced polymer composite and adhesive materials. / Chen, Tianyu; Liu, Yiding; Harvey, Christopher; Zhang, Kun; Wang, Simon; Silberschmidt, Vadim; Wei, Bingchen; Zhang, Xiang.

In: Composite Science and Technology, Vol. 228, 109632, 29.09.2022.

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Chen, Tianyu ; Liu, Yiding ; Harvey, Christopher ; Zhang, Kun ; Wang, Simon ; Silberschmidt, Vadim ; Wei, Bingchen ; Zhang, Xiang. / Assessment of dynamic mode-I delamination driving force in double cantilever beam tests for fiber-reinforced polymer composite and adhesive materials. In: Composite Science and Technology. 2022 ; Vol. 228.

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title = "Assessment of dynamic mode-I delamination driving force in double cantilever beam tests for fiber-reinforced polymer composite and adhesive materials",
abstract = "The double cantilever beam (DCB) tests are widely used to assess the interfacial delamination properties of laminated composites. For quasi-static loads, the DCB tests are standardized based on the beam mechanics; for dynamic loads, however, such as high-loading-rate impact and cyclic loads, there is no established analytical theory. This presents a significant obstacle preventing the research community from assessing the delamination behavior of composites or adhesives for their application under complex in-service loads. In this paper, the theory of evaluating dynamic mode-I delamination driving force for DCBs under general displacement loads is developed for the first time, accounting for structural vibration effects. The developed theory is demonstrated by two examples: high-loading-rate split Hopkinson bar impact and cyclic fatigue loads. The analytical solutions are validated by published experiment results and in-house tests. This work provides a fundamental analytical tool to study and assess the fracture behavior of fiber reinforced polymer composite and adhesive materials under various loading conditions.",
keywords = "double cantilever beam test, dynamic energy release rate, general displacement loads, cyclic loads, high loading rate and impact",
author = "Tianyu Chen and Yiding Liu and Christopher Harvey and Kun Zhang and Simon Wang and Vadim Silberschmidt and Bingchen Wei and Xiang Zhang",
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AU - Silberschmidt, Vadim

AU - Wei, Bingchen

AU - Zhang, Xiang

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