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Damage and Interfacial Debonding in Composites by George Z. Voyiadjis and David H. Allen (Eds.)

By George Z. Voyiadjis and David H. Allen (Eds.)

Written by means of major professionals within the box of wear and micromechanics of composites, this ebook offers usually with the wear impaired in composites because of sorts of loading. It examines the differing kinds of wear and tear in composites within the fiber, matrix, debonding and delamination. It additionally reports the theoretical characterization of wear and tear, its experimental decision in addition to the numerical simulation of wear and tear.

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