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Mechanical properties of highly particle-filled composites

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Various quasi-static and dynamic tests, including Brazilian test, semi-circular bending test, uniaxial compression and punch loading tests, are used to study the mechanical properties of a low-strength, brittle highly-particle-filled composite. Digital image correlation (DIC) technique is applied to study the macro-micro deformation and fracture behavior of the composite, by which the displacement fields, strain fields and failure process can be measured. The deformation and failure mechanisms of the composite will be discussed based on the experimental measurement and microstructure-based meso-sacle numerical simulation.

This talk is part of the Engineering - Mechanics and Materials Seminar Series series.

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