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Microstructure, deformation and microcracking of a 3D printed composite

Thi Xiu Le
  • Function : Author
Michel Bornert
Camille Chateau

Abstract

Glass fiber composites are preferred as 3D printed materials for aerospace applications for their improved stiffness, strength and toughness. However, the effects of the anisotropy of printed material's microstructure on their mechanical properties are still not fully understood. The microstructure of a printed material is first quantitatively investigated via X-ray computed tomography, in terms of porosity and fibers size and orientation distributions. The DIC and DVC analysis of a complex ex situ compression test is then presented. Several fracture mechanisms are observed.
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hal-03039390 , version 1 (03-12-2020)

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Thi Xiu Le, Michel Bornert, Patrick Aimedieu, Camille Chateau. Microstructure, deformation and microcracking of a 3D printed composite. iDICs 2020, Digital image correlation standards, training, and global networking virtual conference, Oct 2020, Nantes, France. ⟨hal-03039390⟩
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