Modeling of damage in unidirectional ceramic matrix composites and multi-scale experimental validation on third generation SiC-SiC minicompositesReport as inadecuate




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1 Multi-échelle - Modélisation et expérimentation multi-échelle pour les solides hétérogènes NAVIER UMR 8205 - Laboratoire Navier 2 SRMA - Service des Recherches Métallurgiques Appliquées DMN - Département des Matériaux pour le Nucléaire : DEN-DMN 3 MAT - Centre des Matériaux 4 LMS - Laboratoire de mécanique des solides

Abstract : The purpose of this paper is to experimentally validate a 1D probabilistic model of damage evolution in unidirectional SiC-SiC composites. The key point of this approach lies in the identification and validation at both local and macroscopic scales. Thus, in addition to macroscopic tensile tests, the evolution of microscopic damage mechanisms - in the form of matrix cracks and fiber breaks - is experimentally analyzed and quantified through in-situ scanning electron microscope and computed tomography tensile tests. A complete model, including both matrix cracking and fiber breaking, is proposed on the basis of existing modeling tools separately addressing these mechanisms. It is based on matrix and fiber failure probability laws and a stress redistribution assumption in the vicinity of matrix cracks or fiber breaks. The identification of interfacial parameters is conducted to fit the experimental characterization, and shows that conventional assumptions of 1D probabilistic models can adequately describe matrix cracking at both macro- and microscopic scales. However, it is necessary to enrich them to get a proper prediction of ultimate failure and fiber break density for Hi-Nicalon type S fiber-reinforced SiC-SiC minicomposites.

Keywords : Fracture mechanisms Fiber-reinforced composite material In-situ mechanical testing Numerical algorithms Ceramic material





Author: Camille Chateau - Lionel Gélébart - Michel Bornert - Jérôme Crépin - Daniel Caldemaison - Cédric Sauder -

Source: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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