Composites Engineering Handbook
CRC Press, Mar 19, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 1264 pages
Offers information on the fundamental principles, processes, methods and procedures related to fibre-reinforced composites. The book presents a comparative view, and provides design properties of polymeric, metal, ceramic and cement matrix composites. It also gives current test methods, joining techniques and design methodologies.
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