COMPOSITES: UNIQUE BLENDS PROVIDING MODERN STRUCTURAL MATERIALS


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COMPOSITES: UNIQUE BLENDS PROVIDING MODERN STRUCTURAL MATERIALS
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Introduction A composite material is defined as one that is made by physically combining more than one type or class of materials to produce a two-phase (or a multi-phase) structural material system showing physical or mechanical property ranges of an order much higher than those of the component materials which, however, retain much of their identities in the product. There are commonly two mac…
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Dr Premamoy Ghosh, Ph.D.: FIBRE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. COMPOSITES: UNIQUE BLENDS PROVIDING MODERN STRUCTURAL MATERIALS, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2004), AccessEngineering Export