Interaction of inter- and intralaminar damage in scaled quasistatic indentation tests: X-ray CT-scan Images

This set of X-Ray Computed Tomography (CT)-scanning images presents the complete internal damage structure of a composite laminate under transverse static indentation loading. This provides additional information to complement the journal paper 'Interaction of inter- and intralaminar damage in scaled quasi-static indentation tests: Part 1-Experiments'. It has been made available to facilitate readers’ understanding of the interaction between difference damage mechanisms in low-velocity impact in laminated composites. CT-scanning was conducted at by the Advance Composite Centre for Innovation and Science (ACCIS), University of Bristol. A Nikon XTH225ST CT scanner was used. It has a 1 micron focal spot size and 225 kV, 225W microfocus X-ray source. X-ray images were re-sized and rearranged into a single .pdf file.

Creator(s) Stephen Hallett, Xiaochuan Sun
Contributor(s) Federica Daghia, Michael Wisnom, Yusuf Mahadik, Emmanuelle Abisset
Publication date 12 Oct 2015
Language eng
Publisher University of Bristol
Licence Non-Commercial Government License for public sector information
DOI 10.5523/bris.12gx6827n337u1dxy6iilf3t1f
Complete download (zip) http://data.bris.ac.uk/datasets/12gx6827n337u1dxy6iilf3t1f/12gx6827n337u1dxy6iilf3t1f.zip
Citation Stephen Hallett, Xiaochuan Sun (2015): Interaction of inter- and intralaminar damage in scaled quasistatic indentation tests: X-ray CT-scan Images. https://doi.org/10.5523/bris.12gx6827n337u1dxy6iilf3t1f
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