Translaminar fracture toughness of interply hybrid laminates under tensile and compressive loads

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This paper presents an experimental study of the translaminar fracture toughness under tensile and compressive loads of interply hybrid polymer-matrix composite laminates. The studied laminates were obtained by combining two of three different reinforcements: woven carbon fabric, woven glass fabric and unidirectional carbon tape, manufactured using the Resin Transfer Molding (RTM) process. The resulting in-plane quasi-isotropic laminates were generated by changing each material location along the thickness ​
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