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Polymer Mechanics

, Volume 11, Issue 6, pp 858–862 | Cite as

Stability of the physicomechanical properties of carbon filaments (fibers)

2. Tensile strength versus fiber cross section
  • L. P. Kobets
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Abstract

The relationship between the tensile strength and cross-sectional area of high-modulus carbon fibers is examined. An equation is given for the strength of these promising fillers of composite materials; it is shown that the stability of their tensile strength is determined by the average defectiveness of the surface and degree and stretch, as well as variations in these quantities over any particular group of fibers. The elastic modulus and strength of the carbon fibers are related to the degree of stretch.

Keywords

Tensile Strength Elastic Modulus Composite Material Carbon Fiber Physicomechanical Property 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1976

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