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My Cross-sectional Areas (For Normal) AreaCross, Circle=df,circle24; df,circle=diameter AreaCross, Square=df,square*df,square=df,square2; df,square=length of side
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2 Working Off Axis!
A] Finding Tangent Moduli
In order to solve this problem, I need to use Hookean assumptions while treating the left sample as having constitutive relationships in parallel and the right one having them in series. Known Efiber, parallel
3 Layer Upon Layer Upon Layer!
A] Determining Angle
Assumptions Hookean (E=) Orthotropic (Makes matrix nicer, stress smearing, more on this in part B) Symmetry (looks like it is, and it has to be, more on this in part C)
Solution Approach Values are give
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As weve been talking about in class, determining off-axis properties for various types of lamina is an important part of being able to engineer (as in design) a new composite to do what you want. Its als