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Structural Behavior of Sandwich Beams with Flax Fiber–Reinforced Polymer Faces and Cardboard Cores under Monotonic and Impact Loads
To meet the ever-increasing demand for more environmentally conscious building designs, it is important that sustainable building material options be available. Natural and recycled materials can be used in sandwich panels ...
Experiments and nonlinear analysis of the impact behaviour of sandwich panels constructed with flax fibre-reinforced polymer faces and foam cores
As the effects of climate change become more apparent, it is necessary that environmental impact is considered in every aspect of our society, including the design of new infrastructure. The use of natural materials for ...
Experimental and analytical investigations of the flexural behavior of hollow ±55° filament wound GFRP tubes
The behavior of ±55° filament wound glass fiber-reinforced polymer (GFRP) tubes under flexural loading was examined experimentally and analytically. A total of 15 tubes were tested under four-point bending. The main test ...