Analysis of a Multiaxial Test on a C/C Composite by Using Digital Image Correlation and a Damage Model

Abstract : The 'planar' digital image correlation technique needs a single CCD camera to acquire the surface patterns of a zone of a specimen in the undeformed and deformed states. With these two images, one can determine in-plane displacement and strain fields. The digital image correlation technique used herein is based on Fast Fourier Transforms, which are very effective in reducing the computation cost. Its performance is assessed and discussed on artificial signals and in a real experimental situation. The technique is utilized to analyze experimental results of a plane shear experiment and validate a damage meso-model describing different degradations in a C/C composite material.
Keywords : photomechanics
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Jean-Noël Périé, Sylvain Calloch, Christophe Cluzel, François Hild. Analysis of a Multiaxial Test on a C/C Composite by Using Digital Image Correlation and a Damage Model. Experimental Mechanics, Society for Experimental Mechanics, 2002, 42 (3), pp.318-328. ⟨10.1007/BF02410989⟩. ⟨hal-00013792⟩

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