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Title: Effects of extreme low temperatures on the impact behavior of boron nitride nanofillers added carbon fiber/epoxy composite tubes
Authors: Kara, Memduh
Tatar, Ahmet Caner
Kırıcı, Muhammed
Kepir, Yusuf
Günöz, Alper
Avcı, Ahmet
Keywords: Boron nitride
carbon fiber reinforced tubes
cryogenic temperature
low-velocity impact
Low-Velocity Impact
Burst Strength
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Sage Publications Ltd
Abstract: This study aims to investigate the low-velocity impact response of boron nitride nanoparticles (BNNPs) added carbon fiber reinforced pipes (CFRPs) at various temperature values. Carbon fiber/epoxy composite specimens with (+/- 55 degrees)(3) winding angles were manufactured with the filament winding method. Low-velocity impact tests were performed with a 15 J energy level at five different temperatures between -196 degrees C and 23 degrees C ranges to understand the cryogenic environment effect on BNNP added carbon fiber reinforced tubes and neat carbon fiber reinforced tubes. The force-displacement and contact force-time graphs were attained in consequence of low-velocity impact tests. The damage areas, their size and characteristics were scrutinized both visually and with the aid of a Microscope. The test results showed that when ambiance temperatures decreased, the damage areas considerably increased both filled with BNNP and without BNNP filament wound carbon fiber reinforced tubes.
ISSN: 0021-9983
Appears in Collections:Mühendislik ve Doğa Bilimleri Fakültesi Koleksiyonu
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