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A NEW METHOD FOR SELECTION AND DESIGN OF COMPOSITE ELEMENTS FOR IMPACT LOADING

A NEW METHOD FOR SELECTION AND DESIGN OF COMPOSITE ELEMENTS FOR IMPACT LOADING

Year: 2004

Section: TECHNICAL SYSTEMS

Editor: Marjanovic D.

Author: Dobrucki K., Rohatynski R.

Section: TECHNICAL SYSTEMS

Pages: 1221 - 1226

Abstract

The proposed method brings together routines of geometry modeling, properly designed experiments, computer identification of the structure dynamic response, and the determination of a mathematical model for simulation. This model is parametric one, and the parameters are optimized in respect of the best approximation of the real structure properties. In the paper the authors present: The problem outline, general description of the method for selection and design of mechanical element characteristics, implementation of the simulation model to establish the optimized characteristics of the investigated element, illustrative example of the method application.

Keywords: impact loading, shock attenuation, composite materials

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