Rupture of nickel-base reinforced composites. Part II
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The application of load to a reinforced composite in the elastic region causes some fibers to rupture. A criterion of damage sustained by a reinforced composite may be provided by the number of fiber breaks.
The strenth of a reinforced composite is strongly affected by the uniformity of fiber distribution over the matrix cross section. An irregular arrangement of fibers increases the number of rupture acts in the elastic region of loading.
Raising the temperature at which a reinforced composite is tested increases the length over which load is transferred from the matrix to the fibers and decreases the number of fiber breaks.
KeywordsElastic Region Fiber Distribution Fiber Break Irregular Arrangement Matrix Cross Section
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