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Michael Day 1 , Sarah Woodward 2 , Jandro Abot 3 , Yi Song 3 , Sandeep Medikonda 3. 1 Reading High School, Cincinnati, OH; 2 Woodward Career Technical High School, Cincinnati, OH. 3 Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics. Solution

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Michael Day1, Sarah Woodward2, Jandro Abot3, Yi Song3, Sandeep Medikonda3

1Reading High School, Cincinnati, OH; 2Woodward Career Technical High School, Cincinnati, OH

3Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics

Solution

Carbon nanotubes threaded throughout the composite material to detect any type of failure.

Research Methodology and Results

Characterize CNT thread for length, diameter and resistance

Fabricate a polymer composite incorporating a conductive carbon nanotubethread

Test composite sample under 4-point bending to determine strain and resistance

Analyze strain and resistance data for correlation

Problem

Composite material have incredibly high stiffness and strength; however, cracks and delamination can lead to premature failure.

Conductive epoxy

Summary

Composite materials were instrumented with CNT thread sensor and mechanically and electrically characterized.

Smarter & Safer Composite Materials:Strain Monitoring in Composite Materials Using Carbon Nanotube Thread

CNT Thread

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  • Conclusions
  • CNT thread is sensitive to changes in stress
  • Resistance (resistivity) is recovered after one cycle.
  • Strain resistance curve exhibits a quasi-linear response
  • Sensitivity of CNT thread varies slightly with number of cycles

Objective

Evaluate the ability of carbon nanotube (CNT) thread sensors to continuously monitor the state of strain in composite materials.

  • Mechanical
  • 4-point Bending
  • Displacement
  • Control
  • Acquire Load (P)
  • Electrical
  • Acquire
  • Resistance (R)

Abstract

Many approaches for in-situ structural health monitoring (SHM) have been proposed in literature to provide more frequent damage monitoring. These techniques are not cost effective for large composite structures. Composite materials were instrumented with CNT thread sensor without altering the structure of the material to provide the state of strain in real time. The operation of the sensors is governed by electrical impedance spectroscopy. Composite samples were mechanically and electrically characterized under 4-pt bending to determine strain, stress and resistance over time. We correlated the strain with the resistance to obtain the gage factor for the CNT threads sensor.

References

Abot, J. L., Song, Y., Schulz, M. J. and Shanov, V. N. Novel carbon nanotube array-reinforced laminated composite materials with higher interlaminar properties. Compost. Sci. Technol. 68 (13): 2755-2760 (2008).

Daniel, I. M. and Ishai, O. Engineering mechanics of composite materials, 2nd ed., Oxford, New York, NY (2006).

Mallik, N., Schulz, M. J., Shanov, V. N., Hurd, D., Chakraborty, S., Jayasinghe, C., Abot, J. L. and Song, A. Study on carbon nano-tube spun thread as piezoresistive sensor element. Adv. Mater. Res. 67 (13): 155-160 (2009).

Kang, I., Maheshwari, G., Yun, Y. -H., Shanov, V., Chopra, S., Abot, J., Choi, G., Schulz, M. J. Nanoengineering of Sensory Materials, Encyclopedia of Structural Health Monitoring, edited by C. Boller, F. -K. Chang, and Y. Fujino, Wiley (2009).

Kroto, h. (1988). Space, Stars, C60 and Soot. Journal of Science, 242, 1139-1145. Retrieved July 1, 1988, from http://www.jstor.org/pss/1702631

Acknowledgements

We would like to thank The University of Cincinnati and the National Science Foundation For this opportunity as well as the support staff:

A. Kukreti, PhD

A. Burrows, PhD Candidate

J. Abot, PhD

Yi Song, PhD Candidate

SandeepMedikonda, PhD Student

ESEM image of CNT Thread

Stress-Strain behavior of polymer

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