Modeling and Analysis of GFRP Composite Laminate Using FEA
Rentala Mohan, Dr. Mohd Mohinoddin, Dr. Sriram Venkatesh
Glass-Fiber-Reinforced Polymers (GFRP), Tensile strength, Compressive strength, Hand lay-up, fiber angle.
Advanced Ceramic Composites are increasingly being used in vehicles, missiles and in various space structures. The structural engineer requirement is to well-versed the physical characteristics of structures built up with composite materials. When developing such structures, consideration of the ceramic composite material's performance under dynamic load is essential. In a recent study, an effort is made to present the behavior of a ceramic composite material, namely Glass-Fiber Reinforced Polymers’ (GFRP) Composites, under tensile and compressive loading conditions viz experimentation and simulation approaches. Tensile & and compressive tests are performed under UTM where loads are calculated. The same loads are used in calculating the strength of the composites using Analytical software (Ansys). From the results, it is observed that tensile strength was observed to be 320.24 N/mm2 and compressive load is observed to be 129.76 N/mm2. The variation between the simulation and experimentation work is observed to be approximately 1.01%.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 4

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