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Effects of automated tape laying heating strategies on degree of cure. / Skandali, Maria; Koussios, Sotiris; Sinke, Jos; Benedictus, Rinze; de Mooij, Cornelis; Jansen, Kaspar.

SAMPE Europe Conference 16 Liege. New york : Curran Associates, Inc., 2017. p. 175-186.

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Skandali, M, Koussios, S, Sinke, J, Benedictus, R, de Mooij, C & Jansen, K 2017, Effects of automated tape laying heating strategies on degree of cure. in SAMPE Europe Conference 16 Liege. Curran Associates, Inc., New york, pp. 175-186, SAMPE Europe Conference 2016, Liege, Belgium, 13/09/16.

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Skandali M, Koussios S, Sinke J, Benedictus R, de Mooij C, Jansen K. Effects of automated tape laying heating strategies on degree of cure. In SAMPE Europe Conference 16 Liege. New york: Curran Associates, Inc. 2017. p. 175-186

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title = "Effects of automated tape laying heating strategies on degree of cure",
abstract = "Heating the thermoset tape to a higher temperature than is used in the conventional automated tape laying process can affect the cure cycle, void content, interlaminar shear strength and residual stresses of the final product. In this study, the effects of different heating strategies on the degree of cure in thermoset tapes were modelled. This was done for two tape laying speeds and by heating different combinations of the incoming tape, the previously laid tape and the mould. The model predicts the thermochemical profile of two different materials and is validated by experimental data from thermocouples and a pyrometer.",
keywords = "Tape laying, thermoset composites, cure, heat transfer",
author = "Maria Skandali and Sotiris Koussios and Jos Sinke and Rinze Benedictus and {de Mooij}, Cornelis and Kaspar Jansen",
year = "2017",
language = "English",
pages = "175--186",
booktitle = "SAMPE Europe Conference 16 Liege",
publisher = "Curran Associates, Inc.",

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AU - Jansen, Kaspar

PY - 2017

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N2 - Heating the thermoset tape to a higher temperature than is used in the conventional automated tape laying process can affect the cure cycle, void content, interlaminar shear strength and residual stresses of the final product. In this study, the effects of different heating strategies on the degree of cure in thermoset tapes were modelled. This was done for two tape laying speeds and by heating different combinations of the incoming tape, the previously laid tape and the mould. The model predicts the thermochemical profile of two different materials and is validated by experimental data from thermocouples and a pyrometer.

AB - Heating the thermoset tape to a higher temperature than is used in the conventional automated tape laying process can affect the cure cycle, void content, interlaminar shear strength and residual stresses of the final product. In this study, the effects of different heating strategies on the degree of cure in thermoset tapes were modelled. This was done for two tape laying speeds and by heating different combinations of the incoming tape, the previously laid tape and the mould. The model predicts the thermochemical profile of two different materials and is validated by experimental data from thermocouples and a pyrometer.

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KW - thermoset composites

KW - cure

KW - heat transfer

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BT - SAMPE Europe Conference 16 Liege

PB - Curran Associates, Inc.

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