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Title      : Composite Materials
Subject      : Composite Material
copyright © 2018   : Subhas Stores
Author      : A Team of Experts
Publisher      : Subhas Stores
Chapters/Pages      : 9/240
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Introduction to Composites Total views (151)  
Mankind is aware of composite materials from time immemorial. To mention a few: Houses made of mud bricks from clay reinforced with straw (1500 BC), Mud walls of houses reinforced with bamboo shoots (500BC), Glued laminated wood (500BC), Laminated metals in forging swords (1800 AD), Glass fibers reinforced resins for boats and aircrafts (1930). Since then, many modern composites have been develop ......
Pages: 49
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Fiber Reinforced Plastic Processing Total views (111)  
Unique to the composites industry is the ability to create a product from many different manufacturing processes. There are a wide variety of processes available to the composites manufacturer to produce cost efficient products. Each of the fabrication processes has characteristics that define the type of products to be produced.
Pages: 46
Price: Rs 34.5   
 
Fabrication of Composites Total views (106)  
Cutting, Machining and Joining are known as secondary processes, which are extremely important operations to be performed on composites for creating satisfactory assemblies. The manner in which these are performed is a determining factor in the efficiency and suitability of components.
Pages: 31
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Application of Composites Total views (105)  
Deformation sensors will also be required. It has been demonstrated that piezoelectric materials, in the form of films or plates, can perform these functions. Piezoelectric fibers potentially could more easily be incorporated into complex structures and could have reliability advantages over brittle ceramics in plate form.
Pages: 15
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Metal Matrix Composites Total views (105)  
The family of materials classified as metal-matrix composites (MMCs) comprises a very broad range of advanced composites of great importance to both Industrial (automobile), Aerospace & Defence applications. However, the development and use of MMCs are still in their infancy when compared to monolithic materials or even Polymer resin-matrix composite systems.
Pages: 30
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Fabrication Process for Metal Matrix Composites Total views (104)  
Fabrication methods for MMC’s can be broadly classified into following categories: Solid state fabrication technique, Co –deposition of matrix & reinforcement particulates, Liquid state (or liquid metallurgy) fabrication technique, In-situ fabrication technique. Solid state fabrication technique include the following: Diffusion bonding, Explosive welding, High energy rate forming, Powder metallurg ......
Pages: 36
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Study of Properties of Metal Matrix Composites Total views (108)  
There are unique advantages of MMC’s over PMC’s and monolithic metals and alloys. When compared to monolithic metals and alloys, MMC’s have higher specific modulus, higher specific strength, better properties at elevated temperatures, lower coefficient of thermal expansion and better wear resistance. On the debit side, Fracture toughness MMC’s is inferior to monolithic metals and are more expensi ......
Pages: 20
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Introduction to Shape Memory Alloys Total views (110)  
This type of alloys is one of the family of smart materials. A smart material is defined as one, which has multiple responses to one stimulus in a coordinated manner. External stimulus can be pressure, load, electrical field or a magnetic field. The characteristics that can e altered could be viscosity, conductivity, volume or length.
Pages: 9
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Previous Question Papers Total views (110)  
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