Application of Moiré Interferometry to the Characterization of Orthotropic Materials in the Antisymmetric Configuration using the Virtual Fields Method

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Abstract

Moiré interferometry is an effective full-field deformation measurement technique and has been utilized for mechanical behavior analysis of materials and structures. For isotropic materials, Moiré patterns can be obtained by performing standard tests, such as, tensile and bending tests, to calculate the displacement and strain. Then, the mechanical properties can be characterized. However, standard tests are not sufficient to characterize the mechanical parameters of anisotropic materials due to the complexity of their material properties. Thus, in this work, Moiré interferometry was combined with the Virtual Fields Method to obtain the four in-plane elastic constants (Q11, Q22, Q12, and Q66) of orthotropic materials in the form of a diametrically compressed disk. Firstly, according to finite element method simulation results, optimized parameters can be achieved when the principal direction of the material does not coincide with the loading direction, making the loading configuration antisymmetric. Therefore, Moiré interferometry experiment was simulated to demonstrate the feasibility of measurement in the antisymmetric configuration. Finally, the Q11, Q22, Q12 and Q66 values of a unidirectional carbon fiber composite were measured in a real Moiré interferometry experiment using the proposed method, yielding results that agreed closely with those obtained using the strain gauges.

Keywords

Moiré interferometry Antisymmetric configuration Virtual fields method Material characterization Orthotropic material 

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Acknowledgements

The authors are also grateful to the financial support from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant Nos. 11672153,11232008).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.AML, School of AerospaceTsinghua UniversityBeijingChina

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