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Effects of microstructural anomalies on strength of high modulus pitch-based graphite fibers
Year:
1991
Authors :
רוזן, ברוך ולטר
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Co-Authors:
Sullivan, Brian J., Materials Sciences Corp, Blue Bell, United States
Rosen, B.Walter, Materials Sciences Corp, Blue Bell, United States
Teti, Guido, Materials Sciences Corp, Blue Bell, United States
Bacon, Roger, Materials Sciences Corp, Blue Bell, United States
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From page:
304
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305
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Total pages:
2
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Abstract:
The axial stress intensities resulting from the repeating element model stress analyses demonstrate that the severely misaligned layer planes can have a significant effect on fiber tensile strengths. Stress intensities increase with increasing relative misalignment angles and decreasing spacing between misaligned regions. Results also indicate the misalignment angle below which this effect becomes insignificant. For the fiber studied here, relative misalignment angles of approximately 6 ° result in stress intensities of only 10% above the applied tensile stress.
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Related Files :
Microscopic Examination - Transmission Electron Microscopy
Pitch
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מאמר מתוך כינוס
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Language:
אנגלית
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Effects of microstructural anomalies on strength of high modulus pitch-based graphite fibers
Sullivan, Brian J., Materials Sciences Corp, Blue Bell, United States
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Bacon, Roger, Materials Sciences Corp, Blue Bell, United States
Effects of microstructural anomalies on strength of high modulus pitch-based graphite fibers
The axial stress intensities resulting from the repeating element model stress analyses demonstrate that the severely misaligned layer planes can have a significant effect on fiber tensile strengths. Stress intensities increase with increasing relative misalignment angles and decreasing spacing between misaligned regions. Results also indicate the misalignment angle below which this effect becomes insignificant. For the fiber studied here, relative misalignment angles of approximately 6 ° result in stress intensities of only 10% above the applied tensile stress.
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