Advanced Fibers and Composites
An extensive updating and revision of Galasso's High modulus fibers and composites (1969, Gordon and Breach). Introduces and outlines the field for students and researchers and encompasses the recent influx of data. Focuses primarily on high modulus continuous fibers, epoxy resin and metal and ceramic matrix composites, providing a guide to evaluating fibrous composite structure. Also covers the "natural" or eutectic composites essential in producing a controlled microstructure. Book club price, $43. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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