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Interrelation between Fiber–Matrix Interphasial Phenomena and Flexural Stress Relaxation Behavior of a Glass Fiber–Polymer Composite
The response of fiber-reinforced polymer composites to an externally applied mechanical excitation is closely related to the microscopic stress transfer mechanisms taking place in the fiber–matrix interphasial region. In particular, in the case of viscoelastic responses, these mechanisms are time dependent. Defining the interphase thickness as the maximum radial distance from the fiber surface where a specific matrix property is affected by the fiber presence, it is important to study itsdoi:10.3390/polym13060978 pmid:33806764 fatcat:rsnvqtjsn5cj3dctctgarok4w4