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Advanced fibers and composites for elevated temperatures

proceedings of a symposium

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Published by Metallurgical Society of AIME in Warrendale, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fibrous composites -- Thermal properties -- Congresses.,
  • Metal fibers -- Thermal properties -- Congresses.,
  • Materials at high temperatures -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementsponsored by the Metallurgical Society of AIME and American Society for Metals Joint Composite Materials Committee at the 108th AIME annual meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, Feb. 20-21, 1979 ; edited by I. Ahmad and B.R. Noton.
    SeriesConference proceedings - The Metallurgical Society of AIME, Conference proceedings (Metallurgical Society of AIME)
    ContributionsAhmad, Iqbal, 1925 Aug. 1-, Noton, Bryan R., Metallurgical Society of AIME., TMS-AIME/ASM Joint Composite Materials Committee.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA418.9.C6 A27
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 252 p. :
    Number of Pages252
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4125151M
    ISBN 100895203669
    LC Control Number80082650

    @article{osti_, title = {Damage-enhanced creep and creep rupture in fiber composites}, author = {Curtin, W A and Fabeny, B and Iyengar, N}, abstractNote = {Creep in fiber composites at high temperatures is an important phenomenon that can lead to accelerated failure in several different ways. For systems with matrix creep rates larger than those of the fibers, creep transfers load onto. The manufacture post curing temperature for plant fiber-based composites should be controlled at or below °C in order to avoid reductions of the impact resistance due to the decomposing of fiber chemical composition and microstructure destruction at elevated temperatures.

    The tensile stress-strain and tension-tension fatigue of geopolymer matrix composites reinforced with 0/90 carbon fibers was investigated at 23 and °C in laboratory air. Geopolymers are inorganic polymeric materials composed of alumina, silica, and alkali metal oxides. Because geopolymers are synthesized as a fluid mixture or particles and liquid, they can be cast into a desired shape, and. Long fibers dramatically increase the impact resistance of thermoplastics. The retention of toughness at low temperatures coupled with elevated temperature performance greater than similar short glass fiber‐reinforced thermoplastics effectively extends the capabilities of thermoplastic sheet composites at both temperature extremes.

    The U.S. Department of Defense and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration requested that the National Research Council (NRC) conduct a study to recommend future research and development for advanced ceramic fibers and fiber coatings for high-temperature ceramic matrix composites . Get this from a library! 17th annual conference on composites and advanced ceramic materials, part 1 of 2: ceramic engineering and science proceedings, vol issue 7/ [John B Wachtman] -- This volume is part of the Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceeding (CESP) series. This series contains a collection of papers dealing with issues in both traditional ceramics (i.e., glass.


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Advanced fibers and composites for elevated temperatures Download PDF EPUB FB2

The friction and wear propertities of PEEK composites filled with Potassium Titanate Whiskers (PTW) or short carbon fibers (CF) at elevated temperatures were investigated respectively.

The effects of various contact temperatures on the tribological properties of PTFE/PEEK composites were studied under dry friction by: Plasma treatment is usually employed to functionalize and roughen surface of the fibers, leading to strengthening of the interface between Advanced fibers and composites for elevated temperatures book fibers and polymer matrix.

Unfortunately, once the composite is exposed to elevated temperatures, the interface shear strength (IFSS) will significantly : Karrar K.

Al-Quraishi, Min Wang, Jia Liang, Song Jia, Wesley Kauppila, Jing Wang, Jing Wang, Yingcha. Thermal oxidation of carbon fibers and carbon-fiber reinforced high-temperature polyimide composite at elevated temperatures Book Wong, M S ; Skontorp, A ; Wang, S S A comprehensive study of thermal oxidation stability of PAN-based IM6 carbon fibers and an IM6 carbon-fiber reinforced Avimid-N polyimide composite is conducted.

The theoretical relationships between the peak stress, cycle number, matrix cracking, fibers, and interface properties on the fibers failure and residual strength are established. The residual strength of different fiber-reinforced CMCs subjected to cyclic fatigue loading at room and elevated temperatures.

In this article, the effects of elevated temperatures treatment (°C and °C for 4 h) and immersion in distilled water or strong alkaline solution (pH ∼13) on the tensile properties of basalt fibers Cited by: At elevated temperatures, the hybridization of fibers can reduce the scatter of the tensile strengths of CFRP composites.

Additionally, the tensile strength of CFRP sheets with different dimensions is significantly different, but size dependence is independent of temperature. Examples are polymer composites used at room temperature, some are used above T g because they are too brittle below, and others are used below T g because the elastic modulus is too low above.

In many industrial applications it is desired to maintain the mechanical properties at elevated temperatures, which is why higher T g is requested.

This paper reports the findings of the effect of elevated temperature on the compressive strength and durability properties of crumb rubber engineered cementitious composite (CR-ECC). The CR-ECC has been tested for its compressive strength and chemical resistance test against acid and sulphate attack.

Different proportions of crumb rubber (CR) in partial replacement to the fine aggregate and. Engineering fibres lose strength (carbon, glass) and stiffness (carbon) at elevated temperatures in the range of – ºC due to growth of surface flaws and/or mass loss. The property degradation is time and temperature dependent.

Possible kinetic models are investigated for E. Compressive and flexural behavior of carbon fiber-reinforced PPS composites at elevated temperature.

Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures: Vol. 27, No. 4, pp. Abstract. The mechanical performance of nylon 6 composites can be adversely affected by environmental conditions. This paper examines the effects of elevated temperature and moisture on the tensile properties of nylon 6 composites reinforced with discontinuous and continuous fibers.

Radiation-resistant advanced silicon carbide (SiC/SiC) composites have been developed as a promising candidate of the high-temperature operating advanced fusion reactor. The composite showed a nonlinear behavior for all the test temperatures; however, a large decrease in tensile strength was observed above K.

Young's modulus was estimated from the initial linear regime of the tensile stress–strain curves at room and elevated temperatures, and a decrease in Young’s modulus became significant above K.

At temperatures less than C ( F), the SiC reinforced composite had 30 percent greater yield strength and fifteen percent greater tensile strength than the Al control. These SiC/Al data are encouraging because of the low projected cost of the whiskers, the economics associated with manufacturing composites by casting and extrusion, and.

Longbiao Li, Pascal Reynaud, Gilbert Fantozzi, Mechanical hysteresis and damage evolution in C/SiC composites under fatigue loading at room and elevated temperatures, International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, /ijac, 16, 6, (), ().

The friction and wear properties of PTFE/PEEK composites filled with potassium titanate whisker (PTW) or short carbon fiber (CF) at elevated temperatures (,and °C), different loads ( and N), and various sliding velocities ( and m/s) were investigated in this article.

Carbon fibers possesses high modulus, high tensile strength, stiffness, temperature resistance and chemical resistance, along with low weight and low thermal expansion.

Carbon composite precursors. Carbon fiber manufacturers use a variety of organic or petroleum polymers such as polyacrylonitrile (PAN), rayon, or petroleum pitch as a precursor. Introduced over 50 years ago, composites are fiber-reinforced plastics used in a variety of products, applications and industries.

While the term "composite" can apply to any combination of individual materials, Composites One focuses on fibers, primarily glass, that have been impregnated with a. Advanced High Strength Natural Fibre Composites in Construction provides the basic framework and knowledge required for the efficient and sustainable use of natural fiber composites as a structural and building material, along with information on the ongoing efforts to improve the efficiency of use and competitiveness of these composites.

Areas of particular interest include understanding the. Long carbon fiber with GPa in average tensile stress-reinforced heat-resistant epoxy composite has been studied to clarify high-temperature bending fracture behavior and mechanism of advanced.

Physical properties of the geopolymer, fibers, and fiber reinforced composites are displayed in Tables 2 a and 2b at room and elevated temperature.

In the overall composite material, fiber, matrix, voids have a significant contribution towards the final material in terms of mass density, ultimate flexural strength, elastic modulus and thermal.

However, the limited knowledge about some aspects of the behavior of these materials, particularly when subjected to elevated temperatures, is hampering their widespread use. This paper presents experimental and analytical investigations about the shear behavior of pultruded glass fiber-reinforced polymer (GFRP) profiles at elevated temperatures.A one-step high-temperature solvothermal process (can be used up to °C) has been explored for the preparation of Fe 3 O 4 /graphene composites.

The influence of high temperature (> °C) on the structure, morphology and electrochemical properties of the resulting Fe 3 O 4 /graphene composites was investigated by XRD, SEM, TEM and N 2 adsorption–desorption measurements.