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Related citation:A. Saboktakin,M. Shahrouz,T. Vu-Khanh,J. Bicerano.X-ray Computed Tomography Characterization of 3D Tufted Twill Textile Composite for Aerostructures[J].Journal of Harbin Institute Of Technology(New Series),2019,26(3):7-13.DOI:10.11916/j.issn.1005-9113.18126.
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X-ray Computed Tomography Characterization of 3D Tufted Twill Textile Composite for Aerostructures
A. Saboktakin1, M. Shahrouz1, T. Vu-Khanh2, J. Bicerano3
(1. Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, Zahedan, Iran;2. Department of Mechanical Engineering,École de Technologie Supérieure, Montreal, Que., Canada; 3. Bicerano & Associates Consulting, Savannah, Georgia, USA)
Damage assessments in three dimensional (3D) textile composites subjected to mechanical loading can be performed by non-destructive and destructive techniques. This paper applies the two techniques to investigate the fracture behavior of 3D tufted textile composites. X-ray computed tomography as a non-destructive evaluation method is appropriate to detect damage locations and identify their progression in 3D textile composites. Destructive methods such as sectioning toward observing damage provide valuable information about damage patterns. The results of this research could be utilized to evaluate the initial cause of rupture in 3D tufted composites used in aerospace structures and analyze fracture modes and damage progression.
Key words:  X-ray computed tomography  damage characterization  3D composite  textile preform
Clc Number:V19
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A. Saboktakin1* M. Shahrouz1, T. Vu-Khanh2 and Bicerano3

(1. 锡斯坦-俾路支斯坦大学 机械工程系,扎黑丹市,伊朗;

2. 高等技术学院 机械工程系,魁北克 蒙特利尔,加拿大;

3. Bicerano联合咨询公司,佐治亚 萨凡纳,美国)