Fiber-Reinforced Composites

Quingzheng (George) Cheng (Editor)
West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, USA

Series: Materials Science and Technologies
BISAC: TEC021000

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Compared to the neat matrix material, FRC has highly favorable mechanical properties, and their strength-to-weight ratios are superior. In addition, FRCs have potential for use in many applications in dentistry and are expected to gain increasing applications in the future. This book includes both review and research papers in different FRC areas from contributors around the world. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Fiber-Reinforced Composites
(Quazi T. H. Shubhra, A. K. M. M. Alam, M. D.H. Beg and M. Saha)pp.1-56

Chapter 2. Natural Fiber-Reinforced Composites
(Di Bella Guido, Fiore Vincenzo and Valenza Antonino)pp.57-90

Chapter 3. Polyvinyl Alcohol Nanocomposites Reinforced With Cellulosic Nanofibers Isolated from Juvenile Poplar
(Jingxin Wang, Qingzheng Cheng, Adebola Adebayo and Stephen Difazio)pp.91-104

Chapter 4. Physical, Flammability and Mechanical Properties of Polymer Eco-Nanocomposites
(A. Alhuthali, H. Alamri and I.M. Low)pp.105-124

Chapter 5. Static and Dynamic Behaviours of Composite Laminate
(R. Zitoune, A. Mir, B. Hachemane, F. Boyer, C. Bouvet, F. Collombet and B. Bezzazi) pp.125-142

Chapter 6. Performance Properties and Micro-Structural Quantification of Fibre-Polypropylene Composites (Marianne Lenes, Gary Chinga-Carrasco and Øyvind Gregersen)pp.143-158

Chapter 7. The In-Plane Shear Behaviour of A Carbon Fabric Reinforced Thermoplastic Under Quasi-Static and Fatigue Loading Conditions
(Ives De Baere, Wim Van Paepegem and Joris Degrieck)pp.159-216

Chapter 8. Toughening of carbon Fibre einforced Epoxy Matrix Composites
(Jin Zhang, Tong Lin and Xungai Wang)pp.217-250

Chapter 9. Plasma Surface Modification of Glassy Carbon Plates, Carbon Fibres and UHMWPE Fibres for Adhesion Improvement (Yukihiro Kusano, Henrik Mortensen, et al.)pp.251-296

Chapter 10. Adhesion Improvement of Glass Fibre Reinforced Polyester Composite by Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Treatment
(Yukihiro Kusano, Tom L. Andersen, Bent F. Sørensen, Noemi Rozlosnik, Henrik Mortensen, Steluta Teodoru, Peter Kingshott, et al.)pp.297-318

Chapter 11. Ultra-High Temperature Ceramics Reinforced with SiC Short Fiber or Whisker
(Laura Silvestroni and Diletta Sciti)pp.319-368

Chapter 12. Carpet Waste Fibers Applications in Civil Engineering
(Reza Jamshidi Chenari and Hamed Shahbazi Fashtali)pp.369-386

Chapter 13. Machining Of Fiber Reinforced Composites
(Luís Miguel Durão)pp.387-438

Chapter 14. ANN Applications in Machining of Fiber Reinforced Composites
(Devi K. Kalla, Jamal Sheikh-Ahmad and Janet Twomey)pp.439-466

Chapter 15. Initial versus final fracture of fiber-reinforced composites, analyzed via acoustic emission
(Nadia Ereifej and Mohammad Al-Rababah)pp.467-496

Chapter 16. Analysis of Dynamic Loading of Long Fiber Reinforced Composites
(Carlos Santiuste, Xavier Soldani, Jorge López-Puente and Henar Miguélez)pp.497-526

Chapter 17. A Micromechanical Model and Reinforcing Distribution Optimisation in Fibre-Reinforced Materials
(Roberto Brighenti)pp.527-570

Chapter 18. Application of FRP Composites for Rehabilitation In Civil Engineering: Experiments and Advanced Computational Methods
(B.R. Kim, S.K. Ha, S. Na and H.K. Lee)pp.571-604

Chapter 19. Flexible Fiber Composites for Space Structures
(Leri Datashvili and Horst Baier)pp.605-640

Index pp.641-644

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