1970-02-01

Mechanical Properties of Polymer Composites Related to Adhesion 700068

Many mechanical properties of composite materials are affected by the nature of the adhesion between the phases. Adhesion plays an especially important role in determining the stress-strain behavior of composites, but quantitative theories have been developed only for the elastic moduli. Dynamic mechanical properties (especially damping) are also strongly dependent upon the type of adhesion between the phases.

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