Composites are lightweight, corrosion and impact resistant materials, have excellent fatigue strength, are strong and durable, and can be converted into a part or product in a variety of ways.
Composite related industries:
1.Pipes and fittings
5.Leisure and sports industries
8.Heating and cooling industries
14.Button making and ……
Composite Consumer Statistics by Continents (2004 Statistics):
North America 40%
Asia Pacific 22%
Other areas 3%
Definition of Composite:
Composition of two or more specific components can be considered as composite if the phases and components have different properties with each other, but the result is a composite composition with high properties. On a macroscopic scale, a physical mixture of two different materials that retain their physical and chemical properties and form a definite boundary with each other is called a composite.
A composite has one or more discontinuous phases in a continuous phase. The discontinuous phase is usually harder and stronger than the continuous phase, so it is called the amplifier phase. Amplifiers come in a variety of shapes, such as particle, flake, filament, and lamina.
The continuous phase of the field (Matrix) is called ..
In composites, there is a continuous, discontinuous phase and an interface between these two phases, which determines the properties and behavior of the composite.
Wood is a natural composite in which cellulose fibers are fibrously lined with lignin. Other examples of natural composites include bone and teeth, in which hard mineral crystals are dispersed in a soft collagen background.
Fibers used in composites:
Carbon or graphite fibers
Other fibers (asbestos, basalt, bar, polyethylene)
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