The aim of the paper is to compare a tensile strength and an elongation at break of the sandwich materials with different cores created with the polymeric composite mixture at simultaneous acting of the cyclic degradation. The sheet S235J0 is the face. The core of the sandwich panel is from the structural two-component adhesive, from the composite material based on the microparticles of the glass-bead, the rubber and the textile microfibre waste from the tyre recyclation and the rubber particle waste from the tyre recyclation. Namely the secondary raw materials based on the textile microfibres are difficult to utilize in another processing. This research showed one of prospective possibilities of the material utilization of this secondary raw material. The highest tensile strength of the sandwich materials is reached with the core from the composite material on the glass-bead base. The significant fall of the tensile strength of the sandwich materials was measured at the material with the core based on the rubber and textile microfibre waste from the tyre recyclation. The elongation at break was not almost changed. The core crackled at lower loading at first. The face tolerated higher loading.
|Titolo:||Mechanical characterisation of metal/polymeric composite waste/metal sandwich panel|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1.2 Articolo su rivista con ISSN|