Ceramic matrix composites offer significant potential for improving the performance of turbine engines. In order to achieve their potential, however, improvements in design methodology are needed. In the past most components using structural ceramic matrix composites were designed by “trial and error” since the emphasis on feasibility demonstration minimized the development of mathematical models. To understand the key parameters controlling response and the mechanics of failure, the development of structural failure models is required. A review of short-term failure models with potential for ceramic matrix composite laminates under monotonic loads is presented. Phenomenological, semi-empirical, shear-lag, fracture mechanics, damage mechanics, and statistical models for the fast fracture analysis of continuous fiber unidirectional ceramic matrix composites under monotonic loads are surveyed.
A Review of Failure Models for Ceramic Matrix Composite Laminates Under Monotonic Loads
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Tripp, D. E., Hemann, J. H., and Gyekenyesi, J. P. (October 1, 1990). "A Review of Failure Models for Ceramic Matrix Composite Laminates Under Monotonic Loads." ASME. J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power. October 1990; 112(4): 492–501. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.2906194
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