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Title: Hygrothermal Effects on the Mechanical Behaviour of Fiber Reinforced Polymeric Composites
Authors: Ray, B C
Biswas, A
Sinha, P K
Keywords: Hygrothermal
Fiber
polymer
composites
interlaminar shear
fickian
non fickian
residual stress
Issue Date: 1991
Publisher: Meshap Science Publishers, Bombay India
Citation: Metals Materials and Process, Vol 3, No 2, P 99-108
Abstract: Extensive experimental works have been carried out to study hygrothermal effects on the mechanical behaviour of glass/epoxy and carbon/epoxy composites. The finding of our experiments show that it is the temperature which the effective controling factor for changing the mechanism of absorption. The present paper also investigates the effects of strain rate on the interlaminar shear strength(ILSS) of hygrothermally conditioned composite specimens.
Description: Copyright for this article belongs to Meshap Science Publishers, Bombay, India
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2080/271
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