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1Lecture 01: Definition of the composite materialsPDF unavailable
2Lecture 02: Composite materials and its applications.PDF unavailable
3Lecture 03: Classification of the composite materials.PDF unavailable
4Lecture 04: What Makes fiber so strong?PDF unavailable
5Lecture 05: Advantages and limitations of composite materials.PDF unavailable
6Lecture 06: Properties of the composite materials.PDF unavailable
7Lecture 07: Different Types of FiberPDF unavailable
8Lecture 08: Production process and different types of Glass FiberPDF unavailable
9Lecture 09: Graphite FibersPDF unavailable
10Lecture10: Aramid and Boron FibersPDF unavailable
11Lecture11: Ceramic FibersPDF unavailable
12Lecture12: Matrix – Properties and classifications.PDF unavailable
13Lecture 13: Polymers as matrix material and its classification.PDF unavailable
14Lecture 14: Thermosets and thermoplastics.PDF unavailable
15Lecture 15: Properties of thermosets and thermoplasticsPDF unavailable
16Lecture 16: Thermoset materials and its production methods.PDF unavailable
17Lecture 17: Thermoplastics and metals as matrix materials.PDF unavailable
18Lecture 18: Ceramic and carbon matrices.PDF unavailable
19Lecture19: What is a good fabrication process of a composite?PDF unavailable
20Lecture20: Fabrication of Thermoset CompositesPDF unavailable
21Lecture21: Hand Lay-Up ProcessPDF unavailable
22Lecture22: Bag Molding ProcessPDF unavailable
23Lecture23: Resin Transfer Molding ProcessPDF unavailable
24Lecture24: Fabrication of Thermoplastic, Metal and Ceramic Matrix based CompositesPDF unavailable
25Lecture 25: Terminologies and basic conceptsPDF unavailable
26Lecture26: Orthotropic materialPDF unavailable
27Lecture 27: Modeling of unidirectional compositesPDF unavailable
28Lecture 28: Composite density as a function of mass fraction and volume fractionPDF unavailable
29Lecture 29: Calculation of longitudinal modulus for unidirectional compositesPDF unavailable
30Lecture30: Failure modes of unidirectional composite PDF unavailable
31Lecture 31: Failure of Unidirectional Lamina PDF unavailable
32Lecture 32: Minimum Volume Fraction and Critical Volume FractionPDF unavailable
33Lecture 33: Example based on Failure of Composite MaterialPDF unavailable
34Lecture 34: Example based on Minimum and Critical Volume Fraction PDF unavailable
35Lecture 35: Transverse Modulus of Unidirectional CompositePDF unavailable
36Lecture 36: Halpin-Tsai Relation for Transverse ModulusPDF unavailable
37Lecture 37: Transverse modulus of unidirectional composites PDF unavailable
38Lecture 38: Transverse strength of unidirectional compositesPDF unavailable
39Lecture 39: Poisson’s ratio of unidirectional composites PDF unavailable
40Lecture 40: Failure modes of composite materialsPDF unavailable
41Lecture 41: - Failure modes of composite materialsPDF unavailable
42Lecture 42: Other propertiesPDF unavailable
43Lecture 43: Concept of TensorPDF unavailable
44Lecture 44: Stress Transformation (Two Dimensional)PDF unavailable
45Lecture 45: Analysis of Specially Orthotropic LaminaPDF unavailable
46Lecture 46: Analysis of Generally Orthotropic LaminaPDF unavailable
47Lecture 47: Transformation of Engineering Constants-Part I PDF unavailable
48Lecture 48: Transformation of Engineering Constants-Part IIPDF unavailable
49Lecture 49: Variation of elastic constants with respect to fiber orientation for generally orthotropic laminaPDF unavailable
50Lecture 50 : Generally orthotropic laminaPDF unavailable
51Lecture 51: Generalized Hooke’s law for anisotropic materialsPDF unavailable
52Lecture 52: Generalized Hooke’s law for anisotropic materialsPDF unavailable
53Lecture 53: Elastic constants for Specially orthotropic materialsPDF unavailable
54Lecture 54 Elastic constants for Specially orthotropic materials in plane stressPDF unavailable
55Lecture 55: Relation Betweeen Engineering Constants and Elements of Stiffness and Compliance Matrices- Part I PDF unavailable
56Lecture 56: Relation Betweeen Engineering Constants and Elements of Stiffness and Compliance Matrices- Part II PDF unavailable
57Lecture 57: Stress Strain Relations for A Lamina With Arbitrary Orientation- Part IPDF unavailable
58Lecture 58: Stress- Strain Relation for A Lamina With Arbitrary Orientation- Part IIPDF unavailable
59Lecture 59: Strength of An Orthotropic LaminaPDF unavailable
60Lecture 60: Importance of Sign of Shear Stress in context of Strength of A Unidirectional LaminaPDF unavailable
61Lecture 61: Strain displacement relations for a laminatePDF unavailable
62Lecture 62: Stress-strain relations for individual layers of a laminatePDF unavailable
63Lecture 63: Resultant forces and momentsPDF unavailable
64Lecture 64: Relations between force and moment resultants and mid-plane strains and curvaturesPDF unavailable
65Lecture 65: Physical significance of extensional stiffness matrix [A], coupling matrix [B] and bending stiffness matrix [D] matricesPDF unavailable
66Lecture 66: Lamination sequence (standard laminate code)PDF unavailable
67Lecture 67: Calculation of A, B and D Matrices.PDF unavailable
68Lecture 68: Simplification of Stiffness Matrices: Part- I.PDF unavailable
69Lecture 69: Simplification of Stiffness Matrices: Part- II.PDF unavailable
70Lecture 70: Quasi-Isotropic Laminates: Part-I.PDF unavailable
71Lecture 71: Quasi-Isotropic Laminate. Part-II.PDF unavailable
72Lecture 72: Failure of Composite Laminates.PDF unavailable

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