Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 31, Issue 5, pp 405–409 | Cite as

Adhesive strength of bonds of polymers with carbon fibres at different loading rates

  • Yu. A. Gorbatkina
  • V. G. Ivanova-Mumzhieva
  • A. Ya. Gorenberg
Fibre Composite Materials


The effect of the loading rate on the strength of the interface of bonds of UKN-5000-P carbon fibres ≈7 μm in diameter with thermosetting (EDT-10 epoxy binder) and thermoplastic (PSK-1 polyarylene sulfone) matrices was investigated. The adhesive strength τ0 of the bonds was determined in shear of a monofilament relative to the polymer layer (pull-out method). It was found that the adhesive strength τ0 of the systems investigated is a linear function of the logarithm of the rate of increase in shear stresses\(\dot \tau :\tau _0 = C_1 + C_2 log \dot \tau \). Constants C2 characterizing the kinetics of failure of the interface were determined. A comparison of the data obtained with previously published results showed that in quasistatic loading, the linear correlation between τ0 and log holds for polymer—fibre bonds with different components.


Polymer Sulfone Shear Stress Organic Chemistry Epoxy 
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  • Yu. A. Gorbatkina
  • V. G. Ivanova-Mumzhieva
  • A. Ya. Gorenberg

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