Part of the An International Cryogenic Materials Conference Publication book series (ACRE, volume 40)
Status and Future of Fibre Composites
The treatment of fibre composites with a polymeric matrix will be subdivided into four sections. They involve processing, the properties of fibres and matrices and less well-known composite properties. Important cryogenic applications are briefly described and supplemented by strategies for gaining more applications.
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KeywordsCarbon Fibre Fibre Composite Negative Thermal Expansion Carbon Fibre Composite Thermoplastic Matrice
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