Soraia Pimenta
Soraia Pimenta
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Recycling carbon fibre reinforced polymers for structural applications: Technology review and market outlook
S Pimenta, ST Pinho
Waste management 31 (2), 378-392, 2011
6562011
A micromechanical model for kink-band formation: Part I—Experimental study and numerical modelling
S Pimenta, R Gutkin, ST Pinho, P Robinson
Composites Science and Technology 69 (7-8), 948-955, 2009
1452009
Hybrid titanium–CFRP laminates for high-performance bolted joints
PP Camanho, A Fink, A Obst, S Pimenta
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 40 (12), 1826-1837, 2009
1142009
A micromechanical model for kink-band formation: Part II—Analytical modelling
S Pimenta, R Gutkin, ST Pinho, P Robinson
Composites Science and Technology 69 (7-8), 956-964, 2009
1082009
The effect of recycling on the mechanical response of carbon fibres and their composites
S Pimenta, ST Pinho
Composite Structures 94 (12), 3669-3684, 2012
1012012
Demonstration of pseudo-ductility in unidirectional discontinuous carbon fibre/epoxy prepreg composites
G Czél, S Pimenta, MR Wisnom, P Robinson
Composites Science and Technology 106, 110-119, 2015
952015
An analytical shear-lag model for composites with ‘brick-and-mortar’architecture considering non-linear matrix response and failure
S Pimenta, P Robinson
Composites Science and Technology 104, 111-124, 2014
942014
Hierarchical scaling law for the strength of composite fibre bundles
S Pimenta, ST Pinho
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 61 (6), 1337-1356, 2013
902013
Engineering the translaminar fracture behaviour of thin-ply composites
G Bullegas, ST Pinho, S Pimenta
Composites Science and Technology 131, 110-122, 2016
662016
Mechanical analysis and toughening mechanisms of a multiphase recycled CFRP
S Pimenta, ST Pinho, P Robinson, KH Wong, SJ Pickering
Composites Science and Technology 70 (12), 1713-1725, 2010
552010
An analytical model for the translaminar fracture toughness of fibre composites with stochastic quasi-fractal fracture surfaces
S Pimenta, ST Pinho
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 66, 78-102, 2014
512014
Semi-analytical simulation of aligned discontinuous composites
J Henry, S Pimenta
Composites Science and Technology 144, 230-244, 2017
382017
Experimental investigation of randomly-oriented tow-based discontinuous composites and their equivalent laminates
Y Li, S Pimenta, J Singgih, S Nothdurfter, K Schuffenhauer
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 102, 64-75, 2017
372017
On longitudinal compressive failure of carbon-fibre-reinforced polymer: from unidirectional to woven, and from virgin to recycled
ST Pinho, R Gutkin, S Pimenta, NV De Carvalho, P Robinson
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2012
332012
Benchmarking of strength models for unidirectional composites under longitudinal tension
A Bunsell, L Gorbatikh, H Morton, S Pimenta, I Sinclair, M Spearing, ...
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 111, 138-150, 2018
312018
Wavy-ply sandwich with composite skins and crushable core for ductility and energy absorption
S Pimenta, P Robinson
Composite structures 116, 364-376, 2014
272014
Exploring the potential of interleaving to delay catastrophic failure in unidirectional composites under tensile loading
G Grail, S Pimenta, ST Pinho, P Robinson
Composites Science and Technology 106, 100-109, 2015
232015
Carbon fibre sheet moulding compounds with high in-mould flow: Linking morphology to tensile and compressive properties
LM Martulli, L Muyshondt, M Kerschbaum, S Pimenta, SV Lomov, ...
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 126, 105600, 2019
222019
Modelling hybrid effects on the stiffness of aligned discontinuous composites with hybrid fibre-types
J Henry, S Pimenta
Composites Science and Technology 152, 275-289, 2017
212017
Recycling of carbon fibers
S Pimenta, ST Pinho
Handbook of recycling, 269-283, 2014
212014
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