1. ALI HAMMOUDI ABDUL-KAREEM AL WAZIR - Department of Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Techniques Engineering,
University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa, Karbalaa, Baghdad, Iraq.
Due to its high strength-to-weight ratio, versatility, and non-corrosive nature, composite materials are extensively utilized in low-weight construction and can be considered an acceptable substitute for metals by all parties in the aviation sector. It has been tested under static load, with the same circumstances and stress, but with the layer order altered. Analyzing the material is accomplished with the help of the Ansys workbench ACP-pre. Because of this, various deformations were identified in the results. A value of 14.265 and 0.1235, respectively, is found in the composite 3 illustrations for the minimal z-direction deformation and the minimum overall stain.
Natural fibre, Natural composite, finite element method.