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复合材料英文经典著作(八)《复合材料老化》
来源:WHUT复材结构课题组  2016-09-21 10:51:51
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原文:http://www.chinacompositesexpo.com/cn/news.php?show=detail&c_id=288&news_id=3691

编著:Rod Martin
出版社:伍德海德出版社,2008年出版

内容简介:

随着复合材料在工程结构中的广泛应用,复合材料的老化问题倍受关注。《复合材料老化》一书聚焦复合材料在长期服役环境中的性能变化和老化机理。
书中第一部分综述了复合材料的老化过程与模型,包括树脂基复合材料的物理老化和化学老化、玻璃/陶瓷基复合材料的老化、化学老化机理、应力腐蚀开裂、热氧老化、复合材料老化光谱、物理老化和加速老化模型及碳化硅复合材料的老化。第二部分介绍了运输领域复合材料的老化,包括飞机、车辆和船舶。第三部分概述了非运输领域复合材料的老化,例如医疗器械中的植入物、油气管道、市政管道、化工管道和地下水管道等。
杰出的编辑和国际化作者团队,使《复合材料老化》一书成为复合材料制造企业与研发人员颇有价值的参考指南。它还可作为材料科学家、设计师和工程师在运输、化工和医疗工领域使用复合材料的信息来源。
Rod Martin博士是英国哈特金MERL有限公司的首席执行官、工程师与科学家,他组织并实施了系列复合材料在航天、航空、交通运输与石油化学工业的应用研究项目。

1.1 Introduction
1.2 Background
1.3 Viscoelasticity
1.4 Ageing and effective time
1.5 Development of an ageing study
1.6 Summary
1.7 References

2 Ageing of glass–ceramic matrix composites
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Composite fabrication
2.3 Fast-fracture behaviour
2.4 Long-term environmental ageing behaviour
2.5 Mechanism of oxidation degradation
2.6 Development of a failure mechanism map
2.7 Oxidation behaviour under applied stress
2.8 Thermal shock cycling
2.9 Composite protection methods
2.10 Conclusions and future trends
2.11 References

3 Chemical ageing mechanisms of glass fibre reinforced concrete
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Problem identification
3.3 Experimental methods
3.4 Modelling of the chemical attack of fibres
3.5 Interface effects
3.6 Composite loading effects
3.7 In situ degradation of composites due to chemical attack
3.8 Conclusions
3.9 Acknowledgements
3.10 References

4 Stress corrosion cracking in glass reinforced
polymer composites
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Overview of stress corrosion cracking in glass reinforced
polymer matrix composites
4.3 Stress corrosion cracking of glass fibres
4.4 Stress corrosion cracking in unidirectional glass fibre
reinforced polymer composites
4.5 Concluding remarks and future trends
4.6 References

5 Thermo-oxidative ageing of composite materials
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Developments in understanding thermo-oxidative ageing
5.3 Initial studies – Kerr and Haskins
5.4 Overview of other studies
5.5 Areas for future study
5.6 Conclusions and recommendations
5.7 References

6 Fourier transform infrared photoacoustic
spectroscopy of ageing composites
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Theory and practice of photoacoustic spectroscopy
6.3 Ageing of composites
6.4 Ambient temperature ageing of prepreg
6.5 Acknowledgements
6.6 References

7 Modeling physical ageing in polymer composites
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Modeling physical ageing in short-term creep
7.3 Modeling physical ageing in long-term creep
7.4 Temperature and moisture effects
7.5 Conclusions
7.6 References

8 Ageing of silicon carbide composites
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Silicon carbide composites
8.3 Ageing kinetics
8.4 Microstructural change
8.5 Effect of volume fraction and size of silicon carbide reinforcement
8.6 Changes in properties
8.7 References

9 Modelling accelerated ageing in polymer
composites
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Definition of environmental conditions and important variables
9.3 Degradation mechanisms and processes
9.4 Modelling time-dependent mechanical behaviour
9.5 Modelling mechanical degradation
9.6 Modelling physical ageing
9.7 Modelling hygrothermal effects
9.8 Modelling chemical ageing
9.9 Methodology for accelerated testing based on the modelling approach
9.10 Accelerated long-time mechanical behaviour
9.11 Accelerated mechanical degradation
9.12 Accelerated physical ageing
9.13 Accelerated hygrothermal degradation
9.14 Accelerated thermal degradation and oxidation
9.15 Validation of acceleration procedure by comparison with real-time data
9.16 Future trends
9.17 References

Part II Ageing of composites in transport applications

10 Ageing of composites in the rail industry
10.1 Introduction
10.2 The major environmental ageing factors and their effects on composites for rail vehicle applications
10.3 Environmental test methods and evaluation procedures for ageing of composites
10.4 Case study: evaluation of the effect of increased composite ageing on the structural integrity of the bodyshell of the Korean tilting train
10.5 Conclusions
10.6 References

11 Ageing of composites in the rotorcraft industry
11.1 Introduction to composite structures applied in the rotorcraft industry using the example of PZL
11.2 Potential damage that can occur in a composite main rotor blade
11.3 Low-energy impact damage and durability in a W-3 main rotor blade
11.4 Influence of moisture and temperature
11.5 New techniques for testing composite structures
11.6 References

12 Ageing of composites in marine vessels
12.1 The use of composites in marine vessels
12.2 Marine composites
12.3 The marine environment
12.4 Recent published studies on marine ageing
12.5 Example 1: glass-reinforced thermoset ageing
12.6 Example 2: ageing at sea
12.7 Example 3: osmosis and blistering
12.8 Relevance of accele
12.8 Relevance of accelerated tests
12.9 Conclusions and future trends
12.10 References

Part III Ageing of composites in non-transport
applications

13 Ageing of polyethylene composite implants in medical devices
13.1 Definition of medical devices
13.2 Brief history of polyethylene used in
medical devices
13.3 Improvements on polyethylene for
medical devices
13.4 Ageing of polyethylene
13.5 Future trends
13.6 Acknowledgements
13.7 References

14 Ageing of composites in oil and gas applications
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Modelling of damage
14.3 Ageing due to temperature
14.4 Ageing due to chemical species
14.5 Ageing due to applied load
14.6 Design against ageing
14.7 Assessment of ageing
14.8 Examples of ageing
14.9 Conclusions
14.10 References

15 Ageing of composites in the construction industry
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Use of fibre-reinforced polymers in construction
15.3 Benefits of fibre-reinforced polymers for construction
15.4 Performance requirements
15.5 Performance in service
15.6 Joints
15.7 Repair of degraded fibre-reinforced polymer composite structures
15.8 Summary
15.9 Sources of further information and advice
15.10 References

16 Ageing of composite insulators
16.1 High-voltage insulators
16.2 Materials and manufacturing techniques
16.3 Practical experiences with composite insulators
16.4 Ageing of insulator housing
16.5 Ageing of insulator cores
16.6 Ageing at insulator interfaces
16.7 Future trends
16.8 Acknowledgements
16.9 References

17 Ageing of composites in the chemical processing industry
17.1 Introduction
17.2 Examples of use of fibre reinforced plastics in the chemical processing industry
17.3 Types of fibre reinforced plastic
17.4 Types of degradation in fibre reinforced plastic
17.5 Current methods for assessing long-term ageing of fibre reinforced plastics
17.6 Case studies of ageing assessment approaches
17.7 Concluding remarks
17.8 References

18 Ageing of composites in underwater applications
18.1 Introduction
18.2 Deep sea environmental parameters
18.3 Ageing of composites in water
18.4 Case study 1: composite tubes
18.5 Case study 2: composite material for deep sea applications
18.6 Case study 3: syntactic foam for deep sea and offshore applications
18.7 Concluding remarks
18.8 References

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