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Computional methods for fiber-reinforced composites

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Computational methods for fiber-reinforced composites

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This package provides several computational models for fiber-reinforced composites (thermoplastics reiforced by glass fibers, for instance).

  • Compute the 4th-order fiber orientation tensor from the 2nd-order one (linear, quadratic, hybrid, orthotropic closure models...)
  • Compute the effective thermomechanical properties from the microstructure definition (Mori-Tanaka, orientation averaging...)
  • Compute fiber orientation tensor evolution using the Folgar-Tucker model or its variants (RSC model...)

Some notebook examples can be found in examples.

Documentation is available here.

Installation

To install fiberpy, you are invited to use pip and its associated options

pip install -U fiberpy

Testing

To run the fiberpy unit tests, check out this repository and type

pytest

License

fiberpy is published under the MIT license.

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