Browse Publications Technical Papers 2019-01-1441
2019-03-25

Characterization of Carbon Fiber and Glass Fiber’s Micro and Nanostructure Using Electron Microscopy, Raman Spectroscopy and XRD Analysis 2019-01-1441

Nowadays, most manufacturers are looking for the improvement of lightweight parts and other components in the automobile field. Carbon fiber and glass fiber are the most effective materials for their requirement to reduce the weight in vehicles due to their light weight and high tensile strength. The diameter of carbon fiber is 6 μm while glass fiber diameter is 17 μm. The mechanical tensile force of carbon fiber and glass fiber are 430 N and 290 N respectively on fiber alone without matrix. Carbon fibers are gradually smaller in each filament due to tensile force. Approximately 5 mm are elongated for both carbon fiber and glass fiber in tensile test report. In current research, characteristic and tensile force of carbon fiber and glass fiber were investigated by using electron microscopy, Raman spectroscopy and XRD.

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