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honeycomb panel strength What?

August 14, 2023

Honeycomb paperboard is a lightweight paper material with a honeycomb structure. Its strength depends on many factors, including honeycomb structure design, type of cardboard material, density, lamination method, etc. The following are some common strength indicators of honeycomb paperboard:

 

1. Bending strength: the resistance of honeycomb paperboard when it is subjected to bending force. Flexural strength is usually expressed in terms of bending stress per unit area, which may be in megapascals (MPa) or other appropriate mechanical units.

 

2. Shear strength: the resistance of honeycomb paperboard when subjected to shear force. Shear strength is the shear stress required to cut along a plane inside a material.

 

3. Compressive strength: the resistance of honeycomb paperboard under compressive force. Compressive strength usually depends on the density of the honeycomb structure, the paperboard material and how the paperboard is laminated.

 

4. Tensile strength: The tensile strength of honeycomb paperboard refers to the resistance of the material when it is subjected to tensile force. This may be related to the paper material and structural design of honeycomb paperboard.

 

5. Torsional strength: the resistance of honeycomb paperboard when subjected to torsional force. This may be related to the structural design of the honeycomb paperboard.

 

6. Impact strength: The impact strength of honeycomb paperboard refers to its resistance to impact or impact. The honeycomb structure can absorb and disperse impact to a certain extent.

 

It should be noted that the strength of honeycomb paperboard is often relatively low, because it is mainly a material designed for lightweight and heat and sound insulation. Therefore, when using honeycomb paperboard, it is necessary to select the appropriate thickness and structural design according to the requirements of specific application scenarios to ensure that it meets the required strength and performance requirements. If you have specific needs, it is best to consult a professional engineer or material scientist for more accurate information.