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By John Summerscales

ISBN-10: 0849338824

ISBN-13: 9780849338823

Long ago 50 years, nice development has been made in constructing synthetic fiber-reinforced composite fabrics, ordinarily utilizing filaments with microscopic diameters. An array of reinforcement types can be utilized in advertisement functions - with the microstructure being a serious think about understanding the mandatory homes in a material.Microstructural Characterisation of Fibre-Reinforced Composites comprehensively examines the applying of complex microstructural characterization options to fiber-reinforced composites.

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The purpose of this chapter is to discuss the microscope analysis of ¯exible textile composites. The composition and architecture of ¯exible textile composites are investigated. Structural parameters within the ®brous matrix of several representative ¯exible textile composites are identi®ed. Inclusions are considered because the physical properties of ¯exible textile composites are greatly affected by additives. Topical ®nishes and sizings are included, but not discussed in detail. Our discussion does not include dyes and chemical ®nishes because most of these are chemically bound to textile ®bers at the molecular level.

In practice, the selection of materials and construction techniques is matched with product performance, productivity and cost requirements [11]. Textile composites need not be rigid to be useful in a vast array of industrial and consumer products. In fact, ¯exible textile composites can be used in almost every industry in some form or fashion. 1. The non-rigid character of ¯exible textile composites is a decided advantage in many of these end uses. The term ¯exible, when used to describe textile composites, does not mean ¯abby or unsubstantial.

Traditionally, ¯exible textile composites are considered to be a class of materials composed of two or more planar materials, that is, fabrics. However, this de®nition is too limited because ¯exible textile composites also exist as ®bres and yarns. © Woodhead Publishing Ltd, 1998 Flexible textile composite microscopy 33 All of the natural ®bers used for textile applications exist as individual ¯exible textile composites or are obtained from ¯exible biological composites. The natural protein ®bers, that is, wool, mohair, cashmere, camel, and so on, are composed of two physically distinct parts, the cuticle and the cortex (Fig.

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