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

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On a plane perpendicular to the

crystal lattice , whereas it behaves like a Debye elastic continuum in a direction

parallel to the

On a plane perpendicular to the

**fibers**the present model behaves like a discretecrystal lattice , whereas it behaves like a Debye elastic continuum in a direction

parallel to the

**fibers**. This is physically reasonable for a composite because the ...Page 121

A perfect composite is defined to be one in which all the

and length , extend throughout the ... Note , that for the treatment given here it is

not essential to assume that the bonding between the

A perfect composite is defined to be one in which all the

**fibers**are of equal massand length , extend throughout the ... Note , that for the treatment given here it is

not essential to assume that the bonding between the

**fibers**and the matrix is ...Page 173

This is because the elastic displacements of

theory of elasticity unlike the atomic displacements in a crystal lattice . Finally ,

the main results of the present paper are as follows . ( 1 ) The bonding strength of

the ...

This is because the elastic displacements of

**fibers**can be determined from thetheory of elasticity unlike the atomic displacements in a crystal lattice . Finally ,

the main results of the present paper are as follows . ( 1 ) The bonding strength of

the ...

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