High frequency fatigue of continuous fiber reinforced ceramic matrix composites

Nikhilesh Chawla, J. W. Holmes

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Abstract

A brief review of the high frequency fatigue behavior of continuous fiber ceramic composites (CFCCs) is presented. The fatigue of unidirectional and woven composites tested at frequencies of up to 350 Hz is described. It is shown that the reinforcing architecture and the nature of the fiber/matrix interface play key roles in determining the high frequency fatigue behavior of ceramic composites. Models were developed that correlated the interfacial shear stress at the fiber/matrix interface with the amount of heat generated by a specimen due to frictional sliding of debonded fibers. Damage mechanisms in unidirectional and woven composites subjected to high frequency fatigue are also presented and discussed.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Engineering Foundation Conference
Place of PublicationWarrendale, PA, United States
PublisherMinerals, Metals & Materials Soc (TMS)
Pages287-299
Number of pages13
StatePublished - 1997
Externally publishedYes
EventProceedings of the 1996 Engineering Foundation Conference - Davos, Switz
Duration: May 19 1996May 24 1996

Other

OtherProceedings of the 1996 Engineering Foundation Conference
CityDavos, Switz
Period5/19/965/24/96

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Ceramic matrix composites
Fatigue of materials
Fibers
Composite materials
Ceramic fibers
Shear stress

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  • Engineering(all)

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Chawla, N., & Holmes, J. W. (1997). High frequency fatigue of continuous fiber reinforced ceramic matrix composites. In Proceedings of the Engineering Foundation Conference (pp. 287-299). Warrendale, PA, United States: Minerals, Metals & Materials Soc (TMS).

High frequency fatigue of continuous fiber reinforced ceramic matrix composites. / Chawla, Nikhilesh; Holmes, J. W.

Proceedings of the Engineering Foundation Conference. Warrendale, PA, United States : Minerals, Metals & Materials Soc (TMS), 1997. p. 287-299.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Chawla, N & Holmes, JW 1997, High frequency fatigue of continuous fiber reinforced ceramic matrix composites. in Proceedings of the Engineering Foundation Conference. Minerals, Metals & Materials Soc (TMS), Warrendale, PA, United States, pp. 287-299, Proceedings of the 1996 Engineering Foundation Conference, Davos, Switz, 5/19/96.
Chawla N, Holmes JW. High frequency fatigue of continuous fiber reinforced ceramic matrix composites. In Proceedings of the Engineering Foundation Conference. Warrendale, PA, United States: Minerals, Metals & Materials Soc (TMS). 1997. p. 287-299
Chawla, Nikhilesh ; Holmes, J. W. / High frequency fatigue of continuous fiber reinforced ceramic matrix composites. Proceedings of the Engineering Foundation Conference. Warrendale, PA, United States : Minerals, Metals & Materials Soc (TMS), 1997. pp. 287-299
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