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Effect of fiber interval on tensile strength of fiber reinforced plastics in multi-fiber fragmentation test
Natural Filler and Fibre Composites
Plastics reinforced by natural fibers may be more susceptible to damage than those reinforced by carbon or glass fibers. Composite damage might be affected by fiber interval and interfacial strength between fiber and matrix resin because mechanical properties and composite damage relate to the interaction between fiber and resin. It is quite difficult to evaluate the effect of composite damage on tensile strength by using an actual fiber reinforced plastic. Therefore, multi-fiber fragmentationdoi:10.2495/978-1-78466-147-2/007 fatcat:ebzifqkw4zcobnjoj4z3aeyg54