BEDYN: development of a methodology to characterize the behaviour of composite structures under dynamic loading

Resumen

The methodology of design of polymer-based composite structures under static loadings, and even fatigue loads, is quite mature and well stablished. However, for intermediate and high dynamic loading conditions, the methods are still under development and often limited to academic research levels, without any type of standardization. It is crucial to understand how the materials used in the aerospace sector behave under dynamic loadings. Composite materials may exhibit strain rate effects and the analysis tools based on static formulations could be far away from the actual material and structural response, therefore robust and industrial dedicated dynamic tests, analysis and modelling methods are then necessary to design and certify composite airframe structures. This is what the proposed project will deal with. The aim of BEDYN project is to address a methodology to properly characterize the dynamic behaviour up to rupture of thermoset polymer-based composite structures submitted to dynamic loading. BEDYN is a European granted Clean Sky 2 Joint Undertaking (JU).

Publicado
2022-05-05
Como citar
GONZALEZ JUAN, Emilio Vicente et al. BEDYN: development of a methodology to characterize the behaviour of composite structures under dynamic loading. Materiales Compuestos, [S.l.], v. 6, n. 2, p. 33-38, may 2022. ISSN 2531-0739. Disponible en: <https://revista.aemac.org/materiales-compuestos/article/view/543>. Fecha de acceso: 29 may 2022