Entangled cross-linked fibres for an application as core material for sandwich structures - Part I: Experimental investigation

Abstract : Entangled cross-linked fibres were studied for an application as core material for sandwich structures. Specimens were produced from carbon, aramid and glass fibres, and cross-links were achieved using epoxy spraying. It was observed that this type of entangled cross-linked fibres could be fabricated without any major technical difficulties. The scope of this paper is to study the effect of some different parameters on the mechanical properties of these materials. Different effects were investigated: effect of fibres length, of fibres nature, of mixing fibres, of carbon skins and of the resin. The first part of this paper deals with the production of these entangled cross-linked fibres. The compression, tension and three point bending tests are detailed in the second part and the results are compared with usual core material currently used in industries.
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Laurent Mezeix, Dominique Poquillon, Christophe Bouvet. Entangled cross-linked fibres for an application as core material for sandwich structures - Part I: Experimental investigation. Applied Composite Materials, Springer Verlag (Germany), 2015, 23 (1), pp.71-86. ⟨10.1007/s10443-015-9451-6⟩. ⟨hal-01847309⟩

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