Multi-level experimental and numerical analysis of composite stiffener debonding. Part 2: Element and panel level

Abstract : In the framework of test analysis pyramid, large specimens were studied. To represent the bending behaviour during postbuckling, specimens composed of a plate with a stiffener were supported on five points and loaded transversely by two points, thus being subjected to "seven point" bending. By modifying the positions of the two loading points, symmetrical and anti-symmetrical buckles that led to interface failure between the flange and the skin could be simulated. First a global numerical model of the test was made in order to assess the efficiency of the approach developed in the first part of this study. Predictions were in accordance with experiments despite strong scatter. Then, a global/local test method was considered. In this method, the global model considered shell elements although the local model used volume elements. The onset of delamination was correctly predicted at local level. Finally, the method was applied to two large stiffened panels subjected to compression and shear.
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Julien Bertolini, Bruno Castanié, Jean-Jacques Barrau, Jean-Philippe Navarro, Caroline Petiot. Multi-level experimental and numerical analysis of composite stiffener debonding. Part 2: Element and panel level. Composite Structures, Elsevier, 2009, 90 (4), pp.392-403. ⟨10.1016/j.compstruct.2009.04.002⟩. ⟨hal-02048203⟩

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