Analysis and performance of fiber composites
Having fully established themselves as workable engineering materials, composite materials are now increasingly commonplace around the world. Serves as both a text and reference guide to the behavior of composite materials in different engineering applications. Revised for this Second Edition, the text includes a general discussion of composites as material, practical aspects of design and performance, and further analysis that will be helpful to those engaged in research on composites. Each chapter closes with references for further reading and a set of problems that will be useful in developing a better understanding of the subject.
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FIBERS MATRICES AND FABRICATION
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analysis angle applied assumed axes behavior brittle Broutman calculated carbon fibers coefficients components composite materials constituent cos2 crack length cross-ply damage debonding deformation delamination discussed effect elastic constants elastic modulus epoxy equations Example experimental fabrication failure modes fatigue strength fiber composites fiber length fiber orientation fiber stress fiber volume fraction Figure glass fibers glass-epoxy graphite graphite-epoxy impact energy in-plane initiation interface interlaminar shear isotropic isotropic materials Kevlar layer load longitudinal and transverse matrix composites matrix material maximum mechanical metal molding notch obtained off-axis orthotropic material plane Plastics plies Poisson ratio polyester polymer predicted propagation properties reinforcement resin S-N curves shear modulus shear strain shear strength shear stress short-fiber composites shown in Fig sin2 specimen strain energy stress concentration stress-strain curve stresses and strains structure surface symmetry temperature tensile strength tensor thermoplastic thickness transformation transverse directions transverse modulus unidirectional composite values