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Understanding the evolution of voids during the prepreg process, and the OOA prepreg process in particular, is a key to robust and low cost processing that can produce high quality composite parts with low porosity.
The evolution of voids in prepregs is best understood as the result of interacting transport mechanisms during the debulk and cure processing steps.
The most important such mechanisms are the in-plane flow of gasses through an interconnected network of voids, the diffusion of dissolved moisture within the resin, the sorption and desorption of moisture into and out of the resin, and the flow of resin into the void spaces.
A large experimental project has been carried out to experimentally measure the effect of varying the parameters of the OOA process on the porosity levels of cured parts. The results of the experiments show that factors like part size, moisture content, and debulk time influence the porosity levels of parts produced.
The governing transport mechanisms have been investigated and characterized, and a numerical model capable of simulating the simultaneous action of these interacting mechanisms is proposed.
The numerical model was validated by comparison with experimental measurements of moisture content during a debulk, and it was shown that the proposed model is able to predict the measured values with reasonable accuracy.
A method of estimating part porosity using the numerical model was proposed and its results were compared with the experimental results. The knowledge presented is then used to explain observed experimental results published by other authors and to suggest a novel processing technique.csvwrite('filename',M,row,col) writes matrix M into filename starting at the specified row and column offset.
The row and column arguments are zero-based, so that row=0 and C=0 specifies the first value in the file. This paper is an introduction to MATLAB for econometrics. It describes the MATLAB Desktop, contains a sample MATLAB session showing elementary MATLAB operations, gives details of data input/output, decision and loop structures, elementary plots, describes the LeSage econometrics toolbox and maximum likelihood using the .
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which calls the matlab function stiffness_fun.m For information on their code see sub-appendices heartoftexashop.comix B – Matlab Code This program uses a total of 3 Matlab Scripts The main script is solver.m.m and post_process. Examples. In the following example, we combine the csvWrite and csvRead functions.
This data was then separated (see Appendix ) into three regions so that it could be interpolated at several cross-sections, including the .