Sala Benjamin

Sala Benjamin
Institut FEMTO-ST | FEMTO ST · Department of Applied Mechanics

Phd

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Publications (5)
Article
The development of sustainable sandwich materials is needed in the transportation sector to address environmental concerns related to the production and operation of vehicles. In addition to biobased composite skins, alternatives to classic synthetic core materials must be found to reduce the ecological footprint of whole sandwich-structured compos...
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This paper investigates the influence of the stress level and hygrothermal conditions on the creep/recovery behaviour of three high-grade composites made of GreenPoxy and flax and hemp fibres. The results show that the levels of instantaneous, time-delayed and residual strains increase with the applied load and the severity of the environment. The...
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This study focuses on the development and mechanical testing of a quasi-unidirectional woven hemp fabric for composite applications. The fabric is designed to combine the advantages of easy handling, impregnability by resin and fiber alignment. In this sense, low twisted rovings, low crimping characteristics and a high roving density in the main di...
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Pour réduire leur empreinte environnementale, les industriels recherchent des matériaux renouvelables pouvant se substituer aux solutions pétrosourcées. De par leur faible densité et leurs propriétés mécaniques élevées, l'intérêt pour les matériaux composites à fibres végétales se fait grandissant. Cependant, le manque de données concernant le comp...
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La recherche de matériaux ayant une empreinte écologique plus faible et pouvant être utilisés dans des applications structurales fait grandir l’intérêt des industriels envers les composites à fibres végétales. Ces nouveaux matériaux représentent une alternative aux solutions pétrosourcées. Les composites à structures sandwiches, permettant d’allier...

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