Impact damage evolution under fatigue loading by InfraRed Thermography on composite structures

Abstract : This study deals with cumulative damage and its evolution in already impact damage composite structure. In order to follow the growing damage and to compare it with cumulative model, tests are monitored with an InfraRed thermography system. A carbon-epoxy composite is first low-energy impacted and then fatigued under tension-compression loading. This study also enables a very fast analysis of predicting the damage evolution coupling InfraRed Thermography as NDT method and InfraRed thermography as a following system.
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Christian Garnier, Bernard Lorrain, Marie-Laetitia Pastor. Impact damage evolution under fatigue loading by InfraRed Thermography on composite structures. 14th International Conference of Experimental Mechanics (ICEM 14), Jul 2010, Poitiers, France. ⟨hal-00952716⟩

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