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622 The variation of stresses along a fiber. An important distinction between
fiberstrengthened and dispersion strengthened metals is that in fiber
strengthening the high modulus fibers carry essentially all of the load. The matrix
serves to ...
622 The variation of stresses along a fiber. An important distinction between
fiberstrengthened and dispersion strengthened metals is that in fiber
strengthening the high modulus fibers carry essentially all of the load. The matrix
serves to ...
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623 Stages in stressstrain curves of the fiber, matrix, and fiberreinforced
composite material. Stage 1 Fiber Composite  Matrix Strain Ec can be
determined from a simple "rule of mixtures" addition of the elastic modulus of the
matrix and the ...
623 Stages in stressstrain curves of the fiber, matrix, and fiberreinforced
composite material. Stage 1 Fiber Composite  Matrix Strain Ec can be
determined from a simple "rule of mixtures" addition of the elastic modulus of the
matrix and the ...
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625 Variation of composite strength with angle between fibers and tensile axis.
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 <#> (degrees) It should be noted that the above
equations apply to continuous fibers and assume no change in the strain
hardening ...
625 Variation of composite strength with angle between fibers and tensile axis.
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 <#> (degrees) It should be noted that the above
equations apply to continuous fibers and assume no change in the strain
hardening ...
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Introduction  3 
Elements of the Theory of Plasticity  72 
Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals  105 
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