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Composite Tech&Tech

Composite Tech&Tech

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Published by: paraschiv54 on Jun 06, 2009
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Definition of Composites......................1 What are FRP/Composites?.................2Benefits and Featuresof FRP/Composites..............................3Fibers and Resins....................................4FRP Composite Molding Methods..................................................11 The FRP/CompositeDesign Process......................................17Guide to Design Details......................20
© Molded Fiber Glass Companies 2003
his manual is an overview of the Fiber ReinforcedPlastic/Composite (FRP/Composite) material system.Materials and processes are presented along with designguidelines and comparisons to alternate materials. Becauseof the versatility of FRP/Composites, the designer isencouraged to collaborate with a molder and/or materialsupplier to optimize the application.
 
Composites are a combination of two or more materialsyielding properties superior to those of the individualingredients. One material is in the form of a particulate orfiber, called the reinforcement or discrete phase. The otheris a formable solid, called the matrix or continuous phase. The region where the reinforcement and matrix meet iscalled the interface. Composite properties are determined by chemical and mechanical interaction of the combined materials. Wood and concrete are composites under this definition. This document is limited to the application of the subset of composites called Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP) thatcombine fibers of glass or other materials (the reinforcement) with thermoset and/or thermoplastic resins (the matrix).
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