## 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 length of the composite, have equally strong

bonding with the matrix, are perfectly aligned, and intersect a plane

perpendicular ...

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

**fibers**are of equal massand length, extend throughout the length of the composite, have equally strong

bonding with the matrix, are perfectly aligned, and intersect a plane

perpendicular ...

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However, it may be that the uncertainty in the force constants between

composite due to an uncertainty in the eigenvectors, is much less than the

corresponding uncertainty in a crystal lattice. This is because the elastic

displacements ...

However, it may be that the uncertainty in the force constants between

**fibers**in acomposite due to an uncertainty in the eigenvectors, is much less than the

corresponding uncertainty in a crystal lattice. This is because the elastic

displacements ...

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