TRANSVERSE MODULUS MEASUREMENT OF CARBON FIBRE BY ATOMICE FORCE MICROSCOPE AND NANOINDENTATION
Paper in proceedings, 2019

Carbon fibre reinforced polymer composite has been widely used in structural component due to the high specific axial modulus of carbon fibre. However, the transverse Young’s modulus is much lower and not well studied because of the extremely small diameter (~5 μm). In this work, flat test surfaces on carbon fibre IMS65 were fabricated using focused ion beam. The transverse Young’s modulus was measured by nano-scale indentation tests, which were performed on fabricated flat surfaces, using both atomic force microscopy and nano-indentation. The surface damage induced by the high energy ion beam was also assessed.

Transverse Young’s modulus

AFM

FIB-SEM

Carbon fibre

Nano-indentation

Author

Duan Shanghong

Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Material and Computational Mechanics

Fang Liu

Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Materials and manufacture

Torbjörn Pettersson

Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)

Claudia Creighton

Deakin University

Leif Asp

Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Material and Computational Mechanics

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Subject Categories

Applied Mechanics

Nano Technology

Composite Science and Engineering

Condensed Matter Physics

Infrastructure

Chalmers Materials Analysis Laboratory

Areas of Advance

Materials Science

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