## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 1 |

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characteristic feature of the

present model behaves like a discrete crystal lattice , whereas it behaves like a

Debye elastic continuum in a direction parallel to the fibers . This is physically ...

characteristic feature of the

**composite**. On a plane perpendicular to the fibers thepresent model behaves like a discrete crystal lattice , whereas it behaves like a

Debye elastic continuum in a direction parallel to the fibers . This is physically ...

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For the theoretical treatment given in this paper we shall first assume a perfect

equal mass and length , extend throughout the length of the

For the theoretical treatment given in this paper we shall first assume a perfect

**composite**. A perfect**composite**is defined to be one in which all the fibers are ofequal mass and length , extend throughout the length of the

**composite**, have ...Page 173

This conclusion has been derived for dispersion curves obtained by neutron

scattering from a crystal lattice and will also apply to some extent to the present

case of the scattering of elastic waves from

the ...

This conclusion has been derived for dispersion curves obtained by neutron

scattering from a crystal lattice and will also apply to some extent to the present

case of the scattering of elastic waves from

**composites**. However , it may be thatthe ...

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