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Micromechanical model of high-energy materials to the curing

Chekhonin K. A.

2022, issue 1, P. 119-124
DOI: https://doi.org/10.47910/FEMJ202212

During curing process of elastomeric composites residual stresses inevitably develop and play an important role in the final mechanical properties of composites. This work at a better understanding the effects of macro-level factors, including temperature, degree of cure variation and mechanical stains on micro-scale stresses with modification the Model Arruda-Boyce, and a Representative Volume Element to predict technology stresses in matrix.

elastomeric composites, technology stresses, Finite element analysis, Arruda-Boyce micromechanical model, Multi-scale modeling

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