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Fatigue of high strength fiber caused by repeated axial compression

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We report a method for measuring the axial compression characteristic of high strength fibers. This is a technique for loading compression force on a fiber by winding it on a plastic rod at an angle of 45 degrees. The fiber was fixed to the rod with an adhesive. The aramid fiber, the carbon fiber, and the E-glass fiber were examined in this research. The relation between the compression fatigue and strength of the fiber became clear by this technique.
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Keywords: CARBON FIBER; COMPRESSION; FATIGUE; KEVLAR; SINGLE FIBER; SUPERPOSITION; TWIST

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2001-10-01

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