A method was proposed which makes it possible to study the low-frequency internal friction of complex fibers. This method was used to study the internal friction of complex composite fibers based on PCA and PE. We observed a relaxation process which is typical of the composite and is absent in the pure materials.
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Nosov, M.P., Smirnova, V.A., Zabashta, Y.F. et al. Low-frequency internal friction in complex composite strands. Mech Compos Mater 25, 8–12 (1989). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00608445
- Relaxation Process
- Internal Friction
- Composite Fiber
- Pure Material
- Complex Fiber