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AuthorEyvazian, Arameh
AuthorHabibi, Meisam K.
AuthorHamouda, Abdel Magid
AuthorHedayati, Reza
Available date2016-09-29T06:53:06Z
Publication Date2014-02
Publication NameMaterials & Design (1980-2015)en_US
Identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.matdes.2013.09.031
CitationArameh Eyvazian, Meisam K. Habibi, Abdel Magid Hamouda, Reza Hedayati, Axial crushing behavior and energy absorption efficiency of corrugated tubes, Materials & Design (1980-2015), Volume 54, February 2014, Pages 1028-1038
ISSN02613069
URIhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0261306913008832
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/4794
AbstractThis paper presents the effect of corrugations on the crushing behavior, energy absorption, and failure mode of circular aluminum tubes. Experimental investigations were carried out on five geometrical types of corrugated and simple tubes, with corrugations different in size and direction, subjected to axial compressive loading. In order to produce corrugations, an innovative solution is introduced. The results show that tubes with corrugations have a uniform load–displacement curve without an initial peak load. Moreover, introducing corrugations makes the failure mode more predictable and controllable. The latter is highly promising and of foremost interest to designers, as it is essential for reliable design of energy absorbers in practice. The experimental results show the significant effect of the presented corrugated tubes on improving the crashworthiness characteristics, controllability and collapse modes of circular tubes under axial loading.
Languageen
PublisherElsevier, Ltd
SubjectCrashworthiness
SubjectCrushing
SubjectEnergy absorption
SubjectAxial compressive loading
SubjectCorrugated tubes
SubjectLoad-displacement curve
TitleAxial crushing behavior and energy absorption efficiency of corrugated tubes
TypeTechnical Report
Pagination1028-1038
Volume Number54


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