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BS ISO 20975-2:2018 Fibre-reinforced plastic compositess. Determination of laminate through-thickness properties Determination of the elastic modulus, the strength and the Weibull size effects by flexural test of unidirectional laminate, for carbon-fibre based systems

BS ISO 20975-2:2018

Fibre-reinforced plastic compositess. Determination of laminate through-thickness properties Determination of the elastic modulus, the strength and the Weibull size effects by flexural test of unidirectional laminate, for carbon-fibre based systems

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Standard number:BS ISO 20975-2:2018
Pages:22
Released:2018-08-20
ISBN:978 0 580 94394 2
Status:Standard
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BS ISO 20975-2:2018


This standard BS ISO 20975-2:2018 Fibre-reinforced plastic compositess. Determination of laminate through-thickness properties is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 83.120 Reinforced plastics

This document specifies a flexural test method for determining the through-thickness (out-of-plane) tensile properties of laminated carbon fibre-reinforced plastic (CFRP) composites, including strength, fracture strain, and modulus. This document is applicable to unidirectional CFRP (UD-CFRP) laminates. In addition, the calculation of effective volume is also described due to size effects of the through-thickness tensile strength.