Lecture - Pseudo-ductility in composites: successful approaches and recent developments
Welcome to my lecture on Pseudo-ductility in composites: successful approaches and recent developments
Composite materials are strongly limited in practical application by safety issues due to their brittle failure mode. Enhancing their mechanical behaviour, we can exploit better the composites potential and make high-performance engineering structures lightweight and more efficient. Pseudo-ductility has been shown to be a successful approach to making composite materials safer and more reliable.
In this lecture, I introduce the concept of pseudo-ductility and make the point about the progress made so far. It has been demonstrated that pseudo-ductility can be achieved in composites in several ways. I will discuss them together with the most recent developments on this topic.
Author: Salvatore Giacomo Marino
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