## Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering MaterialsUpdated to reflect recent developments in our understanding of deformation and fracture processes in structural materials. This completely revised reference includes new sections on isostress analysis, modulus of rupture, creep fracture micromechanicsms, and many more. |

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appropriate to consider the respective functions of both the

phases in the composite . The many discrete fibers , filaments , or platelets are

supposed to carry much of the load applied to the composite . The fact that there

...

appropriate to consider the respective functions of both the

**matrix**and reinforcingphases in the composite . The many discrete fibers , filaments , or platelets are

supposed to carry much of the load applied to the composite . The fact that there

...

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Therefore , the fibers will assume much of the applied load when the ratios of

fiber -

Assuming that the fibers are of uniform strength and fail when the applied stress ...

Therefore , the fibers will assume much of the applied load when the ratios of

fiber -

**matrix**elastic moduli and volume fractions of the two phases are large .Assuming that the fibers are of uniform strength and fail when the applied stress ...

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( a ) Fast fracture appearance revealing

Fatigue fracture revealing fiber -

( C ) . ( Courtesy R . Lang . ) Examples of these two different fracture paths are

shown ...

( a ) Fast fracture appearance revealing

**matrix**adhesion to glass fibers . ( b )Fatigue fracture revealing fiber -

**matrix**debonding ( A and B ) and**matrix**drawing( C ) . ( Courtesy R . Lang . ) Examples of these two different fracture paths are

shown ...

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