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Filled matrices used in past works (Indada et al. 2005; Okuhara et al. 2000, 2001) in order to utilize the electrically conductive network of nanotubes formed in the polymer matrix surrounding the fibres. Kostopoulos et al. (2009a) proposed the use of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) as additives in the epoxy matrix of carbon fibre reinforced laminates (CFRPs) aiming to enhance the real-time damage monitoring via the electrical resistance change (ERC) method. In parallel, new very promising nano-engineered structures were developed providing new tools for constructing self-sensing composite materials.
9 mm) thick. 1 mm diameter) with parallel flat edges. These specimens (Fig. 2), provided a compromise in which images of the specimen surface could be taken easily with minimal interference of reflections of the free end of the Hopkinson bar. Initially, quasi-static compression tests were performed to identify the stress level at which failure of the composite occurred as well as the resistance behavior associated with compressive failure of a 45 off-axis composite specimen. Following up, split Hopkinson pressure bar experiments were performed on the same geometry 45 specimens (Fig.
Kostopoulos directed to their sensing behavior, which relates to their electrical behavior. Lately, research on self-sensing was encouraged and stimulated by the introduction of nanotechnology into the field of composite materials. Nano-scale fillers such as carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have been placed recently in the epicenter of composite research. Taking into consideration their high aspect ratio, large surface area and excellent electrical properties, they offer benefits of an additional reinforcing phase acting at the nano-scale.