Author(s)
Silva F
Published in
UT3 Paul Sabatier
Year of publication
2016
Crush tests have been performed on flat unidirectional non-crimp fabric (NCF) coupons with different fibre orientations as part of the validation of a ply-based damage model for crash. The fibre off-axis angle with respect to the
Author(s)
Bru T, Olsson R, Vyas GM, Costa S
Published in
21st International Conference on Composite Materials, Xi’an, 20-25th August 2017
Year of publication
2017
Author(s)
Costa S, Gutkin R, Olsson R
Published in
29th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics (NSCM29). Chalmers, Gothenburg, Sweden
Year of publication
2016
The experimental evaluation of the shear response of fibre-reinforced plies is a requirement for accurate material models predicting progressive damage. In the first part of the paper, the quality of the Iosipescu shear test is investigated
Author(s)
Bru T, Olsson R, Gutkin R, Vyas GM
Published in
Composite Structures
Year of publication
2017
More fundamental test methods are needed to assist the development of physically based and truly predictive simulation tools for composite materials under crash conditions. In this paper, a unidirectional flat specimen that can be used to
Author(s)
Bru T, Waldenström P, Gutkin R, Olsson R, Vyas GM
Published in
Journal of Composite Materials
Year of publication
2017
A newly developed physically based model for the longitudinal response of laminated fibre-reinforced composites during compressive damage growth is implemented in a Finite Element (FE) software. It is a mesoscale model able to capture the physics
Author(s)
Costa S, Gutkin R, Olsson R
Published in
Composite Structures
Year of publication
2017
Fibre reinforced polymeric composites are in high demand in automotive industry to improve fuel efficiency, but the dynamic behaviour of composites is not very well understood which is of significant importance during dynamic events such as
Author(s)
Singh V
Year of publication
2018
Paper submitted in Oct 2017 to the FISITA 2018 world congress (under review)
Author(s)
Aparicio A, Cieślik I, Kovaceva J, Bálint A, Wisch M, Bräutigan J, Gohl I, Stoll J
Year of publication
2018
This report provides an overview and an in-depth understanding of the characteristics of road traffic crashes involving vehicles (here focussing on passenger cars) and vulnerable road users (VRUs, i.e. pedestrians, cyclists, riders of mopeds, e-bikes or
Author(s)
Wisch M, Lerner M, Schneider A, Juhász J, Glász A, Kovaceva J, Bálint A, Lindman M
Year of publication
2016
Vulnerable road users (VRUs) are overrepresented in the statistics on severe and deadly injuries in traffic accidents, most commonly involving the head. The finite element (FE) method presents the possibility to model complex interactions between the
Author(s)
S. Alvarez, Victor
Year of publication
2017

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