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Title: Solid Particle Erosion Behavior on the Outer Surface of Basalt/Epoxy Composite Pipes Produced by the Filament Winding Technique
Authors: Demet, Seyit Mehmet
Sepetcioğlu, Harun
Bagci, Mehmet
Keywords: erosive effect
EP pipe
filament winding
erosion resistance
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: MDPI
Abstract: Basalt/epoxy composite pipes in a [+/- 55](4) winding configuration were produced on CNC filament winding machines (10 N fiber tension and similar to 11 mm bandwidth). In the experiments, a 34 m/s impact velocity was set using the double-disc method, and five different particle impingement angles (30, 45, 60, 75, and 90 degrees) were used to determine the erosive effect on the outer surfaces of filament wound composite pipes under the influence of 600 mu m erodent particles with angular geometry in the test set, complying with the ASTM G76-95 standard. The winding patterns in the lamina (+/- 55 angle-ply laminate region) and zigzag (+/- 55 zigzag region) regions of BFR/EP pipes were determined to have significant effects on solid particle erosion resistance, as evidenced by the SEM images.
ISSN: 2073-4360
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