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2022, vol. 72, iss. 1, pp. 33-41
Hybrid filament wound composite tubes (aramide fiber/glass fiber)-epoxy resins and (carbon fibers/glass fiber)-epoxy resins: Volumetric, mechanical and hydraulic characteristics
Abstract
In this paper volumetric, mechanical and hydraulic characteristics of filament wound composite one fiber tubes and hybrid tubes are presented. Composite hybrid materials, produced by filament winding technology, are categorized according to different ways of classification of hybrid materials. Four fibrous reinforcement agents (glass G600, polyamide aromatic K49, carbon T300 and carbon T800) and two impregnation agent systems (epoxy 0164 and epoxy L20) are used for manufacturing of filament wound tubes. Density, tensile strength, specific tensile strength, hydraulic burst pressure and specific hydraulic burst pressure of two filament wound glass fiber/epoxy resins tubes (as starting materials) and of twelve filament wound hybrid tubes are investigated. Four highest values of tensile strength and hydraulic burst pressure are of the next schedule: hybrid tubes mark G600-T800/L20 (the highest), hybrid tubes mark G600-T800/0164, hybrid tubes mark G600-T300/L20 and hybrid tubes mark G600-K49/L20. Also, a row of four highest specific tensile strength and highest specific hydraulic burst pressure begins with hybrid tubes mark G600-T800/L20, but the schedule of the next three tubes is different due to density of aramide composite materials (hybrid tubes mark G600-K49/L20, hybrid tubes mark G600-T800/0164 and hybrid tubes mark G600-K49/0164). All filament wound tubes (single fiber tubes and hybrid tubes) with epoxy L20 have a slightly lower density value but higher values of tensile strength, specific tensile strength, hydraulic burst pressure and specific hydraulic burst pressure than appropriate tubes impregnated with epoxy 0164. Obtained results in this testing indicate and emphasize the importance of advanced reinforcing agents (aramide roving and carbon fibers), of impregnating agents (epoxy resin systems) and of the density of hybrid tubes, especially with aramide roving.
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article language: English
document type: unclassified
DOI: 10.5937/str2201033R
received: 03/05/2022
accepted: 01/07/2022
published in SCIndeks: 28/12/2022
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