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  • 1. Aeronautical Engineering Sathyabama 4/16/2011INVESTIGATION OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AND FAILURE ANALYSIS OF BASALT FIBER LAMINATE COMPOSITE IN AIR TRANSPORTATION APPLICATIONS UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF DR.BSM.AUGUSTINE PROFESSOR &HEAD DEPARTMENT OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING SATHYABAMA UNIVERSIT Y 1
  • 2. INTRODUCTIONNew materials offer the promise of innovative applications in airtransportation. one such new material is basalt fiber, basalt is a hard,dense, dark volcanic rock composed chiefly of plagioclase, pyroxene,and olivine, and often having a glassy appearance. the name "basalt"is usually given to a wide variety of dark-brown to black volcanic rocks,which form when molten lava from deep in the earths crust rises upand solidifies. basalt can be formed into continuous fiber havingunique mechanical and chemical properties.Use of basalt fiber in air transportation, requires a better knowledgeof many properties. the basalt fibers as reinforcing materials has tobe examined in epoxy and polyster matrix.
  • 3. OVERVIEW OF WORK ON BASALT FIBERS For many years, basalt has been used in casting processes to make tiles and slabs for architectural applications. additionally, cast basalt liners for steel tubing exhibit ver y high abrasion resistance in industrial applications. in crushed form, basalt also finds use as aggregate in concrete.  More recently, continuous fibers extruded from naturally fire- resistant basalt have been investigated as a replacement for asbestos fibers, in almost all of its applications. in the last decade, basalt has emerged as a contender in the fiber reinforcement of composites. proponents of this late-comer claim their products offer per formance similar to s-2 glass fibers at a price point between s-2 glass and e-glass, and may offer manufacturers a less-expensive alternative to carbon fiber for products in which the latter represents over-engineering.
  • 4. FABRICATION PROCESS OF BFRP
  • 5. OBJECTIVES1.Fabrication of basalt composite s.2. Conduct of experimental tests to determine unidirectional andbidirectional properties.3. .Finite element analysisi of composites..4..Development of numerical solutions5..Determination of failure criteria6.Damage criterian for BFRP7.Tuning BFRP for aeroelastic applications.8.Study of BFRP for other engineering applications.
  • 6. PROPERTIES OF BASALT FIBERBasalt fibers possess several good properties which make it possible to use them as areinforcement in composites.•corrosion resistant,•strength, elasticity properties of basalt fibers considerably exceed mineral and glassfibers.•Due the elasticity of micro- and macrostructure, basalt fibers are vibration-resistantcompared to similar products•Environmentally and ecologically harmless•free of carcinogens and other health hazards.•heat and sound isolation,•vibration damping,•High strength• High modulus•Corrosion resistance•High temperature resistance•Extended operating temperature range
  • 7. COMPARISON OF PROPERTIES BET WEEN DIFFERENT FIBERS
  • 8. COMOPSITES IN AEROSPACE APPLICATIONThe primary field of application for fibre reinforcedpolymer composites is theaerospace industry.The main requirement of aircraft structures is high strength to weight ratio
  • 9. BAiSrAcLnTlogFIInBER MANUFACTURERS aglass F be Te h o y, c. Sudaglass Fiber Technology, Inc. 1 Kommunisticheskaya Sudogda 601240 Vladimir Region Russian Federation Tel: (7) 09235 22763Sudaglass Fiber Technology, Inc. PO Box 2478 37A Chipstead Valley Road Coulsdon Surrey CR5 2WE ,UK Tel: (44) 20 8763 9438 Fax: (44) 20 8660 6021Sudaglass Fiber Technology, Inc. P.O. Box 440481 Houston, TX 77244 ALF HOLLAND B.V. Gedempte Zalmhaven 469 3011 BT Rotterdam Netherlands Tel 31 104140475 fax +31 104142923 Mob +31 619844611
  • 10. REFERENCES1. Development of long-basaltfiber-reinforced thermoplastic matrix composites society of plastics engineers 20102. T. wittek, t. tanimoto mechanical properties and fire retardancy of bidirectional reinforced composite based on biodegradablestarch resin and basalt fibres express polymer letters vol.2, no.11 (2008) 810–8223. Park j-m., shin w-g., yoon d-j.: a study of interfacial aspects of epoxy-based composites reinforced with dual basalt and sicfibres by means of the fragmentation and acoustic emission techniques. composites science and technology, 59, 355–370(1999).4 . Reissner e. (1945) "the effect of transverse shear deformation on the bending of elastic plates”journal of applied mechanics,vol. 12,69-76.5. D.R. Meyer, H.E.N. Bersee, A. Beukers ,Temperature effect on reinforced thermoplastic composite properties for primaryaircraft structure applications49th AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference6. Basalt fiber as a reinforcement of polymer composites Tibor czigány János vad�� and kornél pölöskei periodica polytechnicaA I A A 2 0 08ser. mech. eng. vol. 49, no. 1, pp. 3–14 (2005)7. K. G. Satish1, B. Siddeswarappa, K. Mohamed Kaleemulla characterization of in-plane mechanical properties of laminatedhybrid composites Journal of minerals & materials characterization & engineering, Vol. 9, No.2, pp.105-114, 20108. Baozhong Sun, Zhilin Niu,Lvtao Zhu, and Bohong Gu ,Mechanical behaviors of 2D and 3D basalt fiber woven compositesunder various strain rates Journal of Composite Materials, July 2010; vol. 44, 14: pp. 1779-1795.,9. M. Černý,P. Glogar, and Z. Sucharda,Mechanical Properties of Basalt Fiber Reinforced Composites Prepared by PartialPyrolysis of a Polymer PrecursorJournal of Composite Materials, May 2009; vol. 43, 9: pp. 1109-1120., first publishedon February 24, 2009
  • 11. THANK YOU