Analysis of buckling load of fiber-reinforced plywood plates ab 49 € als Taschenbuch: Basic Concepts Experiments. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Technik,
Analysis of buckling load of fiber-reinforced plywood plates ab 49 EURO Basic Concepts Experiments
In Nigeria, economic tree species in natural forests have suffered progressive depletion from over-exploitation. This necessitates seeking alternatives from lesser-used species (LUS). This book is a study on the wood properties of Ficus mucuso a LUS. The property variations axially and radially within the tree were also presented.Random sampling survey was conducted in Ibadan using structured questionnaire to establish the status of LUS and the species investigated. Five matured trees of Ficus mucuso a LUS were randomly selected and felled from Onigambari Forest Reserve. Samples were obtained at axial heights 10%, 25%, 50% and 75% of tree bole and further partitioned into corewood, middlewood and outerwood. Physical, mechanical, anatomical, chemical and machining properties of the specimens were determined in accordance with ASTM (1991) and BS373 (1983) standard methods. Results showed that Ficus mucuso wood is of low strength when compared with structural grade woods. It may however be utilized for items subjected to low-to-medium load applications such as light cabinet, chair frames, plywood, veneer and composite production.
Over the last few years, there has been an increase in the use of fiber-reinforced composite (FRC) materials in many areas, mainly due to the superior high-strength properties of these materials and their low weight and corrosion resistance. Among them, glass fiber reinforced composite get popularity due to its inexpensive cost over carbon fiber, stiff, strong, durable, easy to repair, and simple to form. This book, therefore, presents an experimental investigation of buckling load of plywood plates reinforced with glass fiber/epoxy prepreg with various thicknesses. Especially, the buckling load of a plywood plate reinforced with glass fiber prepreg plywood at the lower or upper facing is estimated with various reinforced fiber prepreg thicknesses and compared with the buckling load of unreinforced plywood. Plywood laminated with FRC fabrics provide a superior composite which is light and has significantly improving buckling load characteristics compared to untreated plywood material. This analysis must have shed light on research area which is glass fiber prepreg/epoxy reinforced plywood part, be useful to anyone and professionals who interested in reinforcement, and buckling load