Different 3D printed composite isogrid structures in polyamide reinforced with 20% in weight of short carbon fiber were manufactured by means of fused deposition modeling process. Six configurations were realized varying the rib width and the rib thickness of the structures. The isogrid panels were tested under compressive load in order to investigate the effect of geometric parameters on the buckling behavior, in terms of strength and specific strength. Different failure modes were identified, depending on geometric parameters: global and local buckling. Finally, optical microscopy was carried out in order to analyze the fractured ribs after buckling. It was demonstrated that the configurations which result in the highest strength are not the same of those providing the highest specific strength.

Buckling behavior of 3D printed composite isogrid structures

Ciccarelli D.;Forcellese A.;Greco L.;Mancia T.;Pieralisi M.;Simoncini M.;Vita A.
2021-01-01

Abstract

Different 3D printed composite isogrid structures in polyamide reinforced with 20% in weight of short carbon fiber were manufactured by means of fused deposition modeling process. Six configurations were realized varying the rib width and the rib thickness of the structures. The isogrid panels were tested under compressive load in order to investigate the effect of geometric parameters on the buckling behavior, in terms of strength and specific strength. Different failure modes were identified, depending on geometric parameters: global and local buckling. Finally, optical microscopy was carried out in order to analyze the fractured ribs after buckling. It was demonstrated that the configurations which result in the highest strength are not the same of those providing the highest specific strength.
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