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The role of electroless copper coatings applied on short carbon fibres on the interaction between an aluminium alloy (Al–Si–Mg) and coated fibres has been studied to get useful information for the fabrication of carbon fibre reinforced aluminium matrix composites by liquid or semi-liquid...
In order to fabricate continuous carbon fiber-reinforced aluminum alloy matrix composites, various infiltration methods such as gas pressure infiltration, CVD-infiltration, and ultrasonic infiltration methods have been developed. Among these methods, the ultrasonic infiltration method is the...
The optimization of injection gate locations in liquid composite molding processes by trial and error based methods is time consuming and requires an elevated level of intuition, even when high fidelity physics-based numerical models are available. Optimization based on continuous sensitivity...
‘Melding’ is a novel in situ method for joining thermosetting composite structures, without the need of adhesives. Laminate joining is achieved using uncrosslinked resin matrix of the pre-preg. This study used Hexply914C pre-preg material to characterize melded CFRP structures produced using...
The tensile mechanical properties of flax fibres from the Hermès variety are estimated according to their diameter and their location in the stems. The large scattering of these properties is ascribed to the variation of the fibre size along its longitudinal axis, as revealed by SEM...
Stamping operation is the most efficient way to form textile composites in industry. During a stamping process, the material undergoes large shear deformation, which may lead to two major failure mechanisms: out-of-plane wrinkling and in-plane slippage. The present paper mainly focuses on the...
This study focused on manufacturing of highly filled cellulose fibre–polypropylene composites and evaluation of the mechanical properties of the composites. Cellulose fibre reinforced polypropylene composites with up to 60 wt% of fibres with and without coupling agent were manufactured by...
The effects of casting defects, such as inclusions and porosity on fatigue properties of permanent mold cast bars of A359-20 vol% SiC particle composites cast and heat treated under identical conditions, were studied under total strain control conditions. The fatigue fracture surfaces and the...
The dual-scale nature of fiber preforms due to the presence of large continuous gaps between fiber tows gives rise to the unsaturated flow in resin transfer molding (RTM) process which is characterized by a droop in the injection pressure history due to the delayed absorption of fiber tows (the...
The influence of silane coupling agents on the microstructure and dielectric behaviour of epoxy/BaTiO 3 composites was studied. Epoxy was diluted using tetrahydrofuran as solvent in order to facilitate the mixing step. Methoxy silane was applied onto ceramic particles. Different diluted aqueous...
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