International encyclopedia of composites, Volume 4
Stuart M. Lee
VCH, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 532 pages
Includes almost all essential areas necessary to understand this group of materials in detail, and how to use them for different applications. Includes special types of composites used as engineering materials, the behavior of composite materials under different types of loading conditions, composites with special property profiles, and design aspects of composites materials.
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