This new book on fiber-reinforced polymeric composites examines four important topics:
* matrix resin chemistry,
* role of fiber,
* interactions between fiber and matrix,
* special applications of composites.
In addition it explores such topics as structure-property relationships and bonding mechanisms between specific matrix resins and fibers.
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Composite Applications The Role of Matrix, Fiber, and Interface Edited by Tyrone L. Vigo United States Department of Agriculture Barbara J. Kinzig SRA This new book on fiber-reinforced polymeric composites examines and integrates four important topics: matrix resin chemistry; role of fiber; interactions between fiber and matrix; and special applications of composites. Each section has a primary focus but also includes a holistic viewpoint that recognizes and explores a primary topic in the context of the other factors, such as structure-property relationships, relevant applications and mechanisms of bonding between specific matrix resins and fibers. Other chapters provide overviews of complex and difficult subjects, such as matrix resin chemistry and the role of elastomers in various types of composites for all applications.
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