In-situ characterization of the interface of glass reinforced composites

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U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, Order from National Technical Information Service , [Gaithersburg, MD], [Springfield, VA
Glass reinforced plastics., Optical fi
Other titlesIn situ characterization of the interface of glass reinforced composites.
StatementF.W. Wang, B.M. Fanconi ; prepared for U.S. Army Research Office.
SeriesNBSIR -- 87-3581., NBSIR -- 3581.
ContributionsFanconi, B. M., United States. Army Research Office., United States. National Bureau of Standards.
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Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL18060400M

Finally, as regards the bidirectional reinforced composites, it is mentioned that for temperatures below 80 °C a significantly lower CTE is calculated for the ±45° carbon sample as compared to the ±45° glass composite specimen, on the grounds that the axial expansion of the glass fiber itself is larger than the carbon fiber's respective by: 7.

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Army Research Office.; United States. National Bureau of Standards.]. The failure behavior of fiber reinforced composites is a complex evolution of microscopic damage phenomena. Beyond the use of classical testing methods, the ability to monitor the progression of damage insitu offers new ways to interpret the materials failure modes.

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This introductory chapter discusses the main idea of the book. This book is concerned mainly with interfaces in advanced composites made from high performance fibers, such as glass, carbon, aramid and some other organic and inorganic fibers, and useful matrix materials encompassing polymer, metals/ alloys, and ceramics.

Composite fabrication. Glass fiber prepreg with an areal density of g/m 2, supplied by Weihai Guangwei Composites Co.

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Characterization of microscopic composite material interface includes testing of micro-composites and in-situ characterization. Micro-composite material testing method is to measure the interfacial adhesion of micro-composite materials composed of resin and embedded monofilament fiber in by: Fig.

2a and b show a topographical in situ image of a T carbon fiber reinforced epoxy resin composite sample and its corresponding storage modulus map, respectively. Fig. 2a indicates that the cross section of the carbon fiber is not a standard circular shape and that its profile is addition, a slight height difference between the fiber and the matrix exists due to Cited by: Glass fiber reinforced plastics (GFRPs) are one of the most widely used composite materials and hold great potential applications due to their high-performance and cost effectiveness.

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Examples of application are presented to determine the shear interface strength in carbon and glass fiber composites reinforced with either thermoset or thermoplastic matrices.

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A methodology of fiber-matrix interface characterization has been recently developed based on the shear back reflectivity by: 1. The role of the interface in a Ti-based metallic glass matrix composite with in situ dendrite reinforcement Article in Surface and Interface Analysis 46(5) May with 22 Reads.

In situ spherical B2 CuZr phase reinforced ZrCuNiAlNb bulk metallic glass matrix composite - Volume 25 Issue 6 - Jinmin Liu, Haifeng Zhang, Huameng Fu, Zhuang-Qi Hu, Xiaoguang YuanCited by: Nanoclay layers incorporated into polymer/clay nanocomposites can inhibit the harmful penetration of water and chemicals into the material, and thus the durability of glass fiber-reinforced polymer (GFRP) composites should be enhanced by using polymer/clay nanocomposite as the matrix material.

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Thus, separate sections are devoted to PP-nanocomposites, discontinuous fiber-reinforced, mat-reinforced, fabric-reinforced and aligned fiber-reinforced composites.

Each section describes the aspects of manufacturing techniques, structure development, properties characterization as well as processing and application of the related composites. Fabrication of In Situ SiC/Al Composites. The in situ SiC/Al composite was firstly fabricated in an Al-Si-C system with the Si/C mass ratio of 5: 1 at °C and holding time for 15 min.

Figure 3 shows the XRD pattern of the fabricated SiC/Al composite. It can be seen that the in situ SiC/Al composite was successfully fabricated and no Al 4 C 3 phase existed in the by: 5.

In situ composites are a class of composite materials in which the reinforcement is formed within the matrix by reaction during the processing.

In situ method of composite synthesis has been widely followed by researchers because of several advantages over conventional stir casting such as fine particle size, clean interface, and good wettability of the Cited by: Although the concept of molecular composites (MCs) is very promising, there are major obstacles arising from the immiscibility of the rigid-rod with the random-coil polymers.

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The use of Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) composites for strengthening concrete structures has gained a lot of popularity in the past couple of decades. The major issue in the retrofitting of concrete structures with FRP is the accurate evaluation of flexural and shear strains of polymer composites at the bonding interface of epoxy and concrete.

This treatment strongly modifies the composite fracture behavior. The interface fiber debonding is the main mechanism for untreated fiber composites, while PP disentanglement accounts for the breakage of polymerized fiber composites.

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