Non-destructive performance assessment of bonded surface connections by changes in curvature mode shape KU Leuven
On the Benefits of Using Object-Oriented Programming for the Objective Evaluation of Vehicle Dynamic Performance in Concurrent Simulations KU Leuven
GPU accelerated initialization of local maximum-entropy meshfree methods for vibrational and acoustic problems KU Leuven
Experimental assessment of stiffness and energy dissipation properties of disk-shaped polymer-based composite specimens by in-plane torsion testing KU Leuven
Experimental Characterization of the Torsional Damping in CFRP Disks by Impact Hammer Modal Testing KU Leuven
Composite materials are widely used for their peculiar combination of excellent structural, mechanical, and damping properties. This work presents an experimental study on the dissipation properties of disk-shaped composite specimens exploiting vibration tests. Two different polymer matrix composites with the same number of identical laminae, but characterized by different stacking sequences, namely unidirectional and quasi-isotropic ...