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Comparison of Mechnanical Properties of Hybrid Woven Fabric Reinforced Epoxy Composites Fabricated Using of Glass Carbonand Basalt Fibers


Title: Comparison of Mechnanical Properties of Hybrid Woven Fabric Reinforced Epoxy Composites Fabricated Using of Glass Carbonand Basalt Fibers

Authors: Suhas Uthale, Nitin Dhamal, Dattaji K. Shinde

DOI: 10.33599/nasampe/s.21.0546

Abstract: Polymeric hybrid composites, due to improved mechanical properties, are becoming an essential element in major technologies. Because of their anisotropic nature it is difficult to fully predict their mechanical characteristics and behavior, especially if they are produced with complicated architectures. The present study aims at preparation and testing of woven fabric carbon, glass, basalt and hybrid composites. Experimental study has been carried out to investigate tensile properties of carbon fibre (CFRC), glass fibre (GFRC), basalt fibre (BFRC) and hybrid composites. Three different fibre orientations 00, 450 and 900 were used. Samples were prepared by using vacuum assisted resin transfer molding (VARTM) and tested according to ASTM standard. From tensile test it is recognized that in all orientation carbon fibre reinforced composite had better performance compared to other composites and the hybrid composite fabricated using glass, carbon and basalt have improved the mechanical properties for structural application.

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Conference: SAMPE NEXUS 2021

Publication Date: 2021/06/29

SKU: TP21-0000000546

Pages: 10

Price: FREE

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