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Title: Environmental damage and degradation of FRP composites: A review report
Authors: Ray, B C
Rathore, D
Keywords: Fibre
Mechanical Properties
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: John-Wiley Publications
Citation: Polymer Composites, 2014
Abstract: FRP composites are prime choice materials in various civil engineering structures and high performance aerospace components. They exhibit superior mechanical properties than their metallic counterparts. However, they are susceptible to environmental damages and degradations. In order to utilize the full potential of FRP composite materials their physical, chemical and mechanical behavior in different environmental conditions should be well established. Present review is an attempt at highlighting different damage/degradations that may be caused to the FRP composite on its exposure to various environmental conditions.
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