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Title: Investigation on effects of machining parameters in glass fiber orientation
Authors: Palanichamy, Saravanan
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Mechanical engineering::Machine shop and drawings
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: Fillers like glass fiber and carbon nanofilters are used to reinforce plastic materials to improve the mechanical properties of the reinforced materials. The plastic matrix is reinforced with the fine microfibers, these composites are light in weight and possess good mechanical strength and are used for many industrial applications. Glass fibres are strong and easy to bend. The properties of the glass fibers are uniformly distributed throughout the composite. Whilst glass fibers can develop microscopic cracks and surface defects, compared with carbon fibres they can undergo more elongation before they break.
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