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

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A perfect composite is

A perfect composite is

**defined**to be one in which all the fibers are of equal mass and length , extend throughout the length of the composite , have equally strong bonding with the matrix , are perfectly aligned , and intersect a plane ...Page 128

The usual approximation is to replace the zone of k values by a sphere and thus

The usual approximation is to replace the zone of k values by a sphere and thus

**define**a single Debye temperature . For an anisotropic solid it is more realistic to**define**different Debye temperatures in the x , y , and z directions .Page 251

TABLE II SUMMARY OF GEOMETRIC PROPERTIES THAT MAY BE

TABLE II SUMMARY OF GEOMETRIC PROPERTIES THAT MAY BE

**DEFINED**FOR THE FEATURES LISTED IN TABLE I. Metric properties Topological properties Extensive Average Feature Property Designation Property Designation Property Designation V " ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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