Video and load data of tension/compression tests of carbon fiber-reinforced polymer plate specimens intended for integrated digital image correlation

Published: 17 August 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/kc4zw6gwz5.1
Contributors:
Stefan Lindström,
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Description

Video capture and load data of tensile and compression tests of carbon fiber-reinforced polymer holeplate specimens. This is the raw data intended for integrated digital image correlation (IDIC) analyses. The data set was used for developing a new type of IDIC where the rigid-body degrees of freedom of the sample, and desynchronization between video and load measurement, were eliminated by solving an optimization problem.

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CFRP plates were water-cut into symmetric , holeplate specimens. These where painted black and sprayed with white paint. The tensile/compression uniaxial tests were conducted while monitored by a 2 Megapixel video camera, and the load was measured as a function of time.

Institutions

Linkopings universitet, Mittuniversitetet

Categories

Inverse Problem, Compression Testing, Tensile Testing, Fiber-Reinforced Composite

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