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Composites modelling is made easier in COMSOL® by using the layered material technology, a micromechanics model of a single carbon fiber in epoxy is used to estimate the elastic properties of a single layer which in turn is applied along with orientation for many layers of the laminated composite. we have available a free trial for 30 days of the Composite Materials Module. You can find out more by following the hyperlink to the COMSOL® website.

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  • Thermal Expansion of a Laminated Composite Shell


    The effect of the position of a heat source on the stress and deformation profiles is studied. The example also demonstrates the computation of homogenized thermal expansion coefficients of individual laminae.

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  • Stress Analysis of a Composite Cylinder


    The composite material is typically a laminate of individual layers, where the fibers in each layer are uni-directional. In this model, we perform a stress analysis of a laminated composite cylinder.

    Modeling individual fibers in every layer in the laminate is unfeasible. A simplified micromechanics model of a single carbon fiber in epoxy is instead used to estimate the elastic properties of a single layer. These properties are then used in the homogenized model of the laminated composite cylinder.

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  • Layered Material Technology


    Composite laminates are made up of several layers of different materials, fiber orientations, thickness, and so on. In order to visualize the layup and provide the information in a convenient manner, the Composite Materials Module offers a set of specialized tools.

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