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|Title: ||Static mechanical behavior of bamboo/aluminum composites for applications in industrial structures|
|Authors: ||Sui, G. X.|
Zhou, B. L.
|Keywords: ||Reformed bamboo|
Bamboo/aluminium laminate composites
|Issue Date: ||1998 |
|Citation: ||Fracture and strength of solids : proceedings of the third International Conference on Fracture and Strength of Solids, Hong Kong, 8-10 December 1997, Trans Tech Pub., Uetikon-Zuerich, Switzerland, 1998, Part 2, p. 781-786|
|Abstract: ||On the basis of the previous research work, investigations have been made on the mechanical behavior of reformed bamboo/aluminum laminate composites manufactured in a relatively large size for the purpose of applications in industrial structures. Results from static tests in tension, compression and bending are presented. A comparison is also made of the mechanical properties between laminates of small and relatively large sizes. The effect of defects present in the large-size laminates on the mechanical properties and failure modes is demonstrated.|
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