Full-field strain measurements at high rate on notched composites tested with a tensile Hopkinson bar
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The present paper deals with full-field strain measurement on open-hole tensile specimens submitted to high strain rate through a Hopkinson bar device. After having briefly explained the methodology (using an Ultra-High speed camera), the strain results obtained on a first test are shown leading to a discussion on the non-uniform state of loading induced by the Hopkinson bar system. Then, a first attempt to identify stiffnesses on this dynamic case from only the strain and acceleration maps using the Virtual Fields Method is introduced. The results are extremely promising considering the limited quality of the measurements.
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