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I am wondering if some specilalist would point in me in the direction of procedures to determine the load in a fiber in a composite material made of aligned fibers (let's say at alternating angles $$+/- \alpha$$).

I understand you could simply compute the strain in a convenient direction for a "homogenized" composite material, rotate in the fiber direction to obtain the strain in the fiber direction, but I am not so sure about the accuracy of this procedure.

I am looking for analytical solutions, and I am interested in Industry standards too. I am surprised how difficult it is tio find something.

Many thanks and have a good day

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# Fiber Load in a Composite

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