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|Title: ||IN-PLANE TRANSVERSAL STIFFNESS OF EXPANDED TRAPEZOIDAL CELLULAR STRUCTURE|
|Authors: ||Iftimiciuc, Mihaela A.|
Velea, Marian N.
|Keywords: ||Trapezoidal expanded cellular structure|
|Issue Date: ||21-Nov-2019|
|Publisher: ||TRANSILVANIA UNIVERSITY PRESS OF BRAȘOV|
|Series/Report no.: ||COMEC 2019 VOL.II;375-380|
|Abstract: ||Metallic cellular cores have become widely designed and used for the construction of sandwich panels, in the past decade. In this regard, a low-density expanded trapezoidal cellular core has been proposed for investigation. Manufactured through a mechanical expansion procedure, from sheet metal stainless steel type 304 represents a cost-efficient solution by reducing material waste and manufacturing tooling. The in-plane transversal stiffness has been investigated by analytical and experimental means. The experimental testing has successfully validated the analytical model proposing the studied corrugation for further exploitation and optimization.|
|Appears in Collections:||COMEC 2019|
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