Chinese Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics ›› 2020, Vol. 52 ›› Issue (6): 1690-1699.DOI: 10.6052/0459-1879-20-165

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A DYNAMIC RESPONSE PREDICTION MODEL OF FIBER-METAL HYBRID LAMINATED PLATES EMBEDDED WITH VISCOELASTIC DAMPING CORE UNDER LOW-VELOCITY IMPACT EXCITATION 1)

Li Zelin*,, Li Hui*,,**,2)(), Wang Dongsheng*,, Ren Chaohui*,, Zu Xudong††,***, Zhou Jin††,†††, Guan Zhongwei††, Wang Xiangping**   

  1. *School of Mechanical Engineering & Automation,Northeastern University,Shenyang 110819,China
    Key Laboratory of Vibration and Control of Aeronautical Power Equipment of the Ministry of Education, Northeastern University,Shenyang 110819, China
    **AECC Shenyang Engine Research Institute,Shenyang 110015, China
    ††School of Engineering,University of Liverpool,Liverpool L693GQ,UK
    ***School of Mechanical Engineering,Nanjing University of Science and Technology,Nanjing 210094,China
    †††School of Mechanical Engineering,Xi'an Jiaotong University,Xi'an 710054,China
  • Received:2020-05-16 Accepted:2020-08-04 Online:2020-11-18 Published:2020-11-27
  • Contact: Li Hui

Abstract:

A dynamic response prediction model of fiber-metal hybrid laminated plates embedded with a viscoelastic damping core under low-velocity impact excitation is established analytically for the first time in this research. Firstly, based on the classical laminates theory and von Kármán theory, the constitutive relation of elastic damage of fiber-metal hybrid laminated plates embedded with a viscoelastic damping core is established. Then, the deformation of laminated plates under impact is divided into contact and stretching areas. Within the contact areas, Von Mises failure criteria are used for metal layers, Tsay-Hill failure criteria for fiber layers and Drucker-Prager failure criteria for viscoelastic layer to determine the damage of laminated plates. Considering the contribution of different material layers to the dynamic response subjected to the impact load for modifying the displacement formula, the theoretical solutions of energy, displacement and impact contact force in each layer of such laminated plates are obtained after each failure event occurs, and gives the flow chart of structure dynamic response analysis of concrete. Finally, a TA2 titanium alloy and T300 fiber/epoxy hybrid plate embedded with the Zn33 viscoelastic core is taken as the research object to carry out the drop-weight impact test. The theoretical prediction results of the impact contact force, displacement response, and impact load-displacement curve are found to agree well with the measured ones. Besides, the maximum calculation errors of the concerned peaks are less than 9%. Thus, the effectiveness of the proposed theoretical model has been verified.

Key words: low-velocity impact, viscoelastic damping core, fiber-metal laminates, dynamic response, failure criteria

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