An Introduction to Composite Materials
This new edition has been greatly enlarged and updated to provide both scientists and engineers with a clear and comprehensive understanding of composite materials. In describing both theoretical and practical aspects of their production, properties and usage, the book crosses the borders of many disciplines. Topics covered include: fibers, matrices, laminates and interfaces; elastic deformation, stress and strain, strength, fatigue crack propagation and creep resistance; toughness and thermal properties; fatigue and deterioration under environmental conditions; fabrication and applications. Coverage has been increased to include polymeric, metallic and ceramic matrices and reinforcement in the form of long fibers, short fibers and particles. Designed primarily as a teaching text for final year undergraduates in materials science and engineering, this book will also interest undergraduates and postgraduates in chemistry, physics, and mechanical engineering. In addition, it will be an excellent source book for academic and technological researchers on materials.
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Fibres and matrices 9
Elastic deformation of longfibre composites
Elastic deformation of laminates
Stresses and strains in shortfibre composites
The interface region
Strength of composites
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aligned angle applied applied stress approach aspect ratio axial become behaviour bond carbon fibres cause ceramic changes Chapter component composite materials compressive conductivity constituents contraction crack creep cycles damage debonding deformation dependence developed direction distribution effect elastic energy equal equation Eshelby example expansion experimental expression failure final flow fracture given gives glass glass fibre heat illustrated important increase interfacial involves laminate leads length liquid loading matrix matrix composites measured mechanical metal method MMCs modulus moulding nature normal obtained occur orientation parallel particularly plane plastic plies plots polymer predicted present produced properties ratio reaction reduced reference reinforcement relatively represents resin resistance result Schematic shear shear stress shown in Fig shows simple stiffness strain strength surface Table temperature tend tensile thermal tion toughness transverse treatment types typical usually volume fraction Young's modulus