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Lecture; Process/Workflow; Technical Features; Tips and Tricks; Case Studies; Simulation    MA5600-P
Failure Analysis of Fiber Reinforced Injection Moldings Using a Composite Lamina Failure Approach
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This class will demonstrate how the use of experimental test data of several tensile specimens of varying fiber orientation can help determine an adequate failure criteria for a given reinforced thermoplastic. This criteria can then be utilized to better predict failure of complex part designs with widely varying fiber orientations. Data for a 30% glass-reinforced PEEK material will be shown as an example of this approach to orthotropic failure analysis.

Key Learnings

  • Better predict the strength of any fiber-reinforced injection molded part design
  • Demonstrate the importance of orthotropic structural analysis for good design
  • Demonstrate how the lamina failure approach plays a key role in predicting injection-molded strength
  • Show the need for further structural research of fiber-reinforced materials

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