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Effects of ultrasonic vibrations on mechanical properties of fiber reinforced plastics were investigated during molding resin impregnation process in vacuum assisted resin transfer molding. The vacuum bag including the preformed each non-crimp fabrics (carbon and glass fibers) was placed in a water bath of an ultrasonic wave generator during resin impregnation. The mechanical properties of the laminates were evaluated through the mechanical strength tests and scanning electron microscope (SEM)doi:10.4236/ojcm.2018.81001 fatcat:wdmmimwqpzfujpmqztp5w6a774