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The fracture of glass-fibre-reinforced epoxy composites using nanoparticle-modified matrices

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The authors wish to thank the EPSRC for a doctoral training award for Mr. K. Masania, and to acknowledge the general support from the US Army European Research Office.

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Kinloch, A.J., Masania, K., Taylor, A.C. et al. The fracture of glass-fibre-reinforced epoxy composites using nanoparticle-modified matrices. J Mater Sci 43, 1151–1154 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10853-007-2390-3

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Keywords

  • Fracture Energy
  • Silica Nanoparticles
  • Epoxy Polymer
  • Unmodified Epoxy
  • Epoxy Equivalent Weight