Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials : Volume 30 by Ronald D. Kriz (auth.), A. F. Clark, R. P. Reed (eds.) PDF

Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials : Volume 30 by Ronald D. Kriz (auth.), A. F. Clark, R. P. Reed (eds.) PDF

By Ronald D. Kriz (auth.), A. F. Clark, R. P. Reed (eds.)

The 5th overseas Cryogenic fabrics convention (ICMC) used to be held in Colorado Springs, Colorado in collaboration with the Cryogenic Engineering convention (CEC) on August 15-19, 1983. the expansion and good fortune of the joint meetings is end result of the their complementary software and shut cooperation. fabrics stay a problem within the software of cryogenic know-how and occasionally, as on the subject of superconductors, are the driver for the know-how. The organization of fabrics and cryogenic engineers raises their understanding of contemporary examine of their respective fi. elds and affects the process destiny learn and purposes. Many contributed to the luck of the 1983 convention: E. W. Collings of Battelle Memorial Institute was once the ICMC Confer­ ence Chairman; M. Suenaga of Brookhaven nationwide Laboratories, the ICMC software Chairman; and L. L. Sparks of the nationwide Bureau of criteria, the ICMC neighborhood preparations Chairman. J. M. Wells and A. I. Braginski of Westinghouse R & D heart, G. Hartwig of the Nuclear learn middle of Karlsruhe, and ok. T. Hartwig of the collage of Wisconsin assisted this system Chairman in metal metals, superconducting fabrics, nonmetallic fabrics, and cryo­ actual houses, respectively. first-class convention administration used to be supplied through Centennial meetings. We particularly thank M. Stieg, who coordinated the training of the papers for this quantity. The CEC Board, specifically their convention chairman, C. D. Henning of Lawrence Livermore nationwide Laboratories, contributed very substan­ tially to convention making plans and implementation.

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57055035, Ministry of Education in Japan. 25 26 S. Nishijima, T. Okada, and S. Namba (~ 1 L_~,5q I Fig. 1. 85 ,, ¥j Shape and dimensions of tested sample. EXPERIMENT Tensile tests were performed at room (RT), liquid nitrogen (LNT), and liquid helium temperature (LHeT) on commercially available glass-cloth reinforced epoxy. The acoustic emissions (AE) were monitored during tensile test. Sample Commercially available glass-cloth reinforced epoxy, Lamiverre-A supplied by Nitto Electric Industry Company was chosen.

5. A mpli tvdt 10-s 0 5 IO"fJ /0"7 Strain Amplitude 10-s Strain amplitude dependence of Young's modulus and internal friction. Inserted figure shows the temperature stage of each sample during fatigue testing. Dynamic Young's Modulus and Internal Friction in a Composite Material 15 amplitude dependence becomes sizable as the fatigue progresses. Considering that delamination brings large hysteresis loops, 7 this rise of internal friction could be attributed to the interlaminar failure and/or epoxy cracking.

34 kg/rnrn 7 ). Open and closed circles represent Modes I and II, respectively. Though there is some difference between fracture modes, the loadendurance diagram is approximated by a line \lith a negative slope. The data agree well Khalil and Han's results, 7 while the type and shape of specimen are different. Figure 3, where ob represents the static tensile strength, shows the temperature change of specimens during the fatigue testing. The temperature generally shows a sudden increase at the beginning of the test and just before fracture.

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