STP Published: 1996

Fiber, Matrix, and Interface Properties

Editor(s): C. J. Spragg, L. T. Drzal

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

P Arsenovic

CA Lewinsohn, CE Bakis, RE Tressler

C Galiotis, V Chohan, A Paipetis, C Vlattas

MJ Pitkethly

JA Nairn, YC Liu, C Galiotis

JJ Yuan, JM Kennedy, DD Edie

MR Piggott, Y Xiong

JD Miller, GW Zajac, T Nguyen

CR Schultheisz, CL Schutte, WG McDonough, KS Macturk, M McAuliffe, S Kondagunta, DL Huntson

C Wood, W Bradley

AT Yokobori, H Takeda, T Adachi, JC Ha, T Yokobori

JP Armistead, AW Snow

B Large-Toumi, M Salvia, L Vincent

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Developed by Committee: D30
Pages: 204
DOI: 10.1520/STP1290-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5564-0
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2046-4