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

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It is well known that in this case not only is the strength of the individuals subject

to scatter , but the average strength and scatter increases with decreasing size of

the reinforcing

...

It is well known that in this case not only is the strength of the individuals subject

to scatter , but the average strength and scatter increases with decreasing size of

the reinforcing

**element**tested . If a collection of reinforcing**elements**of the same...

Page 88

We assume that the reinforcing

limiting flaws characterizable by a simple distribution function & ( 0 ) = Com ( see

, e . g . , Weibull , 1939a , b ) , giving the number of flaws per unit surface area

limiting ...

We assume that the reinforcing

**elements**have a surface density of strengthlimiting flaws characterizable by a simple distribution function & ( 0 ) = Com ( see

, e . g . , Weibull , 1939a , b ) , giving the number of flaws per unit surface area

limiting ...

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The excessive local bending of lamellae fractures a few

resulting in fatigue crack growth . VI . Discussion and Conclusions Rosen ( 1964 )

has pointed out that a first - order explanation for the success of composites of ...

The excessive local bending of lamellae fractures a few

**elements**per cycle ,resulting in fatigue crack growth . VI . Discussion and Conclusions Rosen ( 1964 )

has pointed out that a first - order explanation for the success of composites of ...

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