Fiber, Matrix, and Interface Properties

    Spragg CJ, Drzal LT
    Published: 1996

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    Features the latest information on the role of fibers, matrices and their interface/interphase in composite performance. The country'sleading researchers in the field have presented 13 comprehensive, peer-reviewed papers covering innovative approaches to interfacial test methods in composite materials development.

    Topics explored include:

    • Dynamic mechanical evaluation techniques for interfacial properties in high-volume fraction composites

    • Fatigue life and damage accumulation of short-fiber reinforced polymer composites

    • Alternate approaches for high-performance composite testing

    • Fiber matrix adhesion evaluation

    • Voltage contrast XPS assessment

    • Debonding in fiber pull-out specimens

    • An innovative technique for studying interfacial strength and transverse cracking.

    Table of Contents


    Nonlinear Elastic Characterization of Carbon Fibers
    Arsenovic P.

    Methods of Determining the Temperature Dependence of Primary Creep
    Bakis C., Lewinsohn C., Tressler R.

    Interfacial Measurements and Fracture Characteristics of Single and Multi-Fiber Composites by Remote Laser Raman Microscopy
    Chohan V., Galiotis C., Paipetis A., Vlattas C.

    The Use of Interfacial Test Methods in Composite Materials Development
    Pitkethly M.

    Analysis of Stress Transfer from the Matrix to the Fiber through an Imperfect Interface: Application to Raman Data and the Single-Fiber Fragmentation Test
    Galiotis C., Liu Y., Nairn J.

    Modeling the Dynamic Response of the Fiber/Matrix Interphase in Continuous Fiber Composite Materials
    Edie D., Kennedy J., Yuan J.

    Direct Observation of Debonding in Fiber Pull-Out Specimens
    Piggott M., Xiong Y.

    Interlaboratory Study of Adhesion Using Voltage Contrast XPS
    Miller J., Nguyen T., Zajac G.

    Effect of Temperature and Fiber Coating on the Strength of E-Glass Fibers and the E-Glass/Epoxy Interface for Single-Fiber Fragmentation Samples Immersed in Water
    Huntson D., Kondagunta S., Macturk K., McAuliffe M., McDonough W., Schultheisz C., Schutte C.

    A New Technique to Study the Interfacial Strength and Transverse Cracking Scenario in Composite Materials
    Bradley W., Wood C.

    Characteristics of Fatigue Life and Damage Accumulation of Short Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Composites
    Adachi T., Ha J., Takeda H., Yokobori A., Yokobori T.

    Fiber/Matrix Interface Studies Using Fragmentation Test
    Armistead J., Snow A.

    Fiber/Matrix Interface Effect on Monotonic and Fatigue Behavior of Unidirectional Carbon/Epoxy Composites
    Large-Toumi B., Salvia M., Vincent L.

    Committee: D30

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1290-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5564-0

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2046-4

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