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Effect of stacking sequence on the mechanical performance of the composite structure under slamming impact

Abstract : Composite materials are attracting increasing interest from many industrial sectors, and their use is becoming more widespread. The naval industry, for example, remains a large field of investigation for composite materials due to their mechanical properties, able to reach very interesting performance levels. Composites are often composed of plies arranged according to loading directions and forming structures called laminates; these directions can have a great effect on the structural behavior of the composite. For this, the study carried out in this article, consists in determining orientations and stacking sequences effect on the mechanical performance of a glass/epoxy composite panel, with a thickness of 8 mm containing 12 plies of the same thickness and different orientations, inclined at an angle of 10° and impacting the water at a velocity of V = 8 m/s.
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Salwa E.L. Garouge, Mostapha Tarfaoui, Omar Hashim Hassoon, Hassan E.L. Minor, Amine Bendarma. Effect of stacking sequence on the mechanical performance of the composite structure under slamming impact. 1st International Network of Biomaterials and Engineering Science, INBES 2020, Apr 2020, Agadir, Morocco. pp.29-39, ⟨10.1016/j.matpr.2021.10.109⟩. ⟨hal-03648215⟩

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