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The High Performance Discontinuous Fibre (HiPerDiF) technology for consistent quality control of reclaimed carbon fibres: 17th European Conference on Composite Materials, ECCM 2016

The High Performance Discontinuous Fibre (HiPerDiF) technology for consistent quality control of reclaimed carbon fibres: 17th European Conference on Composite Materials, ECCM 2016
The High Performance Discontinuous Fibre (HiPerDiF) technology for consistent quality control of reclaimed carbon fibres: 17th European Conference on Composite Materials, ECCM 2016
This paper describes the ongoing development of an alternative, improved method for the quality control of reclaimed carbon fibres based on materials manufactured with the HiPerDiF method. The HiPerDiF method, invented at the University of Bristol, allows remanufacturing aligned short fibre specimens that are representative of unidirectional composites manufactured from reclaimed carbon fibres (rCF). Two different specimen types are taken into consideration: 100% rCF and interlaminated hybrid specimens made of a layer of aligned short rCF sandwiched between continuous glass fibres. The obtained failure strain results are compared with results obtained from single fibre tensile test (SFTT): the interlaminated hybrid specimens allow avoiding premature failure caused by stress concentration in the end-tab region. Further work is needed to be able to efficiently retrieve the stiffness related properties.
aligned short fibres, composite recycling, hybrid composites, quality control
European Conference on Composite Materials, ECCM
Longana, M.L.
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Yu, H.
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Jalalvand, M.
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Potter, K.D.
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Longana, M.L.
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Yu, H.
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Jalalvand, M.
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Potter, K.D.
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Longana, M.L., Yu, H., Jalalvand, M. and Potter, K.D. (2016) The High Performance Discontinuous Fibre (HiPerDiF) technology for consistent quality control of reclaimed carbon fibres: 17th European Conference on Composite Materials, ECCM 2016. In ECCM 2016 - Proceeding of the 17th European Conference on Composite Materials 2016. European Conference on Composite Materials, ECCM..

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Abstract

This paper describes the ongoing development of an alternative, improved method for the quality control of reclaimed carbon fibres based on materials manufactured with the HiPerDiF method. The HiPerDiF method, invented at the University of Bristol, allows remanufacturing aligned short fibre specimens that are representative of unidirectional composites manufactured from reclaimed carbon fibres (rCF). Two different specimen types are taken into consideration: 100% rCF and interlaminated hybrid specimens made of a layer of aligned short rCF sandwiched between continuous glass fibres. The obtained failure strain results are compared with results obtained from single fibre tensile test (SFTT): the interlaminated hybrid specimens allow avoiding premature failure caused by stress concentration in the end-tab region. Further work is needed to be able to efficiently retrieve the stiffness related properties.

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Published date: 26 June 2016
Venue - Dates: 17th European Conference on Composite Materials, ECCM 2016, , Munich, Germany, 2016-06-26 - 2016-06-30
Keywords: aligned short fibres, composite recycling, hybrid composites, quality control

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Local EPrints ID: 446767
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/446767
PURE UUID: b9bde70d-087e-4e71-8866-a8a70eabc786
ORCID for M. Jalalvand: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-4691-6252

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Last modified: 23 Feb 2021 02:58

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