TUTCRIS - Tampereen teknillinen yliopisto

TUTCRIS

Automated high-throughput microbond tester for interfacial shear strength studies

Tutkimustuotosvertaisarvioitu

Standard

Automated high-throughput microbond tester for interfacial shear strength studies. / von Essen, Mathias; Sarlin, Essi; Tanhuanpää, Olli; Kakkonen, Markus Matti Samuel; Laurikainen, Pekka; Hoikkanen, Maija; Haakana, Rami; Vuorinen, Jyrki; Kallio, Pasi.

Proceedings of SAMPE Conference 17 Stuttgart. SAMPE Europe, 2017.

Tutkimustuotosvertaisarvioitu

Harvard

von Essen, M, Sarlin, E, Tanhuanpää, O, Kakkonen, MMS, Laurikainen, P, Hoikkanen, M, Haakana, R, Vuorinen, J & Kallio, P 2017, Automated high-throughput microbond tester for interfacial shear strength studies. julkaisussa Proceedings of SAMPE Conference 17 Stuttgart. SAMPE Europe, Stuttgart, Saksa, 13/11/17.

APA

von Essen, M., Sarlin, E., Tanhuanpää, O., Kakkonen, M. M. S., Laurikainen, P., Hoikkanen, M., ... Kallio, P. (2017). Automated high-throughput microbond tester for interfacial shear strength studies. teoksessa Proceedings of SAMPE Conference 17 Stuttgart SAMPE Europe.

Vancouver

von Essen M, Sarlin E, Tanhuanpää O, Kakkonen MMS, Laurikainen P, Hoikkanen M et al. Automated high-throughput microbond tester for interfacial shear strength studies. julkaisussa Proceedings of SAMPE Conference 17 Stuttgart. SAMPE Europe. 2017

Author

von Essen, Mathias ; Sarlin, Essi ; Tanhuanpää, Olli ; Kakkonen, Markus Matti Samuel ; Laurikainen, Pekka ; Hoikkanen, Maija ; Haakana, Rami ; Vuorinen, Jyrki ; Kallio, Pasi. / Automated high-throughput microbond tester for interfacial shear strength studies. Proceedings of SAMPE Conference 17 Stuttgart. SAMPE Europe, 2017.

Bibtex - Lataa

@inproceedings{3aca00f4b3e94478bb5702d3b3d55e2f,
title = "Automated high-throughput microbond tester for interfacial shear strength studies",
abstract = "This study presents a new high-throughput instrument for characterizing the shear strength of fibre/matrix interface. The developed instrument is applied to mechanical characterization of glass fibre/epoxy interface. As an application example, the time-dependent degradation of the adhesion properties of glass fibre sizing is studied. For this purpose, 480 microbond tests on ECR-glass/epoxy samples were performed. The degradation of the interfacial shear strength of the studied glass fibre was shown to be notable over time.",
author = "{von Essen}, Mathias and Essi Sarlin and Olli Tanhuanp{\"a}{\"a} and Kakkonen, {Markus Matti Samuel} and Pekka Laurikainen and Maija Hoikkanen and Rami Haakana and Jyrki Vuorinen and Pasi Kallio",
year = "2017",
language = "English",
booktitle = "Proceedings of SAMPE Conference 17 Stuttgart",
publisher = "SAMPE Europe",

}

RIS (suitable for import to EndNote) - Lataa

TY - GEN

T1 - Automated high-throughput microbond tester for interfacial shear strength studies

AU - von Essen, Mathias

AU - Sarlin, Essi

AU - Tanhuanpää, Olli

AU - Kakkonen, Markus Matti Samuel

AU - Laurikainen, Pekka

AU - Hoikkanen, Maija

AU - Haakana, Rami

AU - Vuorinen, Jyrki

AU - Kallio, Pasi

PY - 2017

Y1 - 2017

N2 - This study presents a new high-throughput instrument for characterizing the shear strength of fibre/matrix interface. The developed instrument is applied to mechanical characterization of glass fibre/epoxy interface. As an application example, the time-dependent degradation of the adhesion properties of glass fibre sizing is studied. For this purpose, 480 microbond tests on ECR-glass/epoxy samples were performed. The degradation of the interfacial shear strength of the studied glass fibre was shown to be notable over time.

AB - This study presents a new high-throughput instrument for characterizing the shear strength of fibre/matrix interface. The developed instrument is applied to mechanical characterization of glass fibre/epoxy interface. As an application example, the time-dependent degradation of the adhesion properties of glass fibre sizing is studied. For this purpose, 480 microbond tests on ECR-glass/epoxy samples were performed. The degradation of the interfacial shear strength of the studied glass fibre was shown to be notable over time.

M3 - Conference contribution

BT - Proceedings of SAMPE Conference 17 Stuttgart

PB - SAMPE Europe

ER -