Finite Element Analysis of the Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymers (CFRP) With Epoxy Resin
The class of materials known as carbon fibre or graphite reinforced polymers is one in which carbon fibre is most frequently employed to strengthen composite materials. The matrix for carbon fibres can also be made of non-polymer materials. Carbon has had very modest success in metal matrix composite applications because of the development of metal carbides and concerns about corrosion. In high-temperature applications, reinforced carbon-carbon (RCC), which is made of graphite reinforced with carbon fibres, is employed structurally.
The use of CFRP has grown since its inception because it provides classic metals like cast iron with considerably improved characteristics at a lower weight. Due to its unparalleled potential, this discovery has emerged as the new spearhead of material technology. In this study, the relationship between variations in the fibre mass and CFRP characteristics is examined. The test is conducted using ASTM standard test specimens and software from Ansys 2022 R1. Evaluating equivalent stress, strain, and total deformation of the composite under the same load is the main goal of this research.
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