The behavior of carbon plastics based on FN resin and FN plus rubber and reinforced with metal mesh is investigated over a broad range of temperatures in tension, compression, and pure bending. The presence of a rubbery component considerably reduces the strength of the plastic while improving its deformation properties.
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Rozenberg, L.B., Grishchak, L.E. & Il'man, V.M. Effect of temperature on the mechanical characteristics of carbon plastics reinforced with metal mesh. Polymer Mechanics 7, 320–322 (1971). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00855877
- Mechanical Characteristic
- Deformation Property
- Metal Mesh
- Carbon Plastic