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

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For small numbers of elements , then , the strength of the composite must rise

with

numbers . We note further from Table IV that as the flaw density exponent m

increases ...

For small numbers of elements , then , the strength of the composite must rise

with

**increasing**numbers of elements which is intuitively obvious for very smallnumbers . We note further from Table IV that as the flaw density exponent m

increases ...

Page 100

The

constant volume fraction of reinforcement ) is clearly seen in Fig . 6 . Another , but

less perfect , verification was obtained by testing different widths of glass fiber ...

The

**increase**in composite strength with**increasing**numbers of elements (constant volume fraction of reinforcement ) is clearly seen in Fig . 6 . Another , but

less perfect , verification was obtained by testing different widths of glass fiber ...

Page 110

of the strength maximum , the length of the critical crack for fracture instability

decreases with

the ...

of the strength maximum , the length of the critical crack for fracture instability

decreases with

**increasing**exponent m ( decreasing element variability ) . This**increase**is partly due to the rise in the composite strength with**increasing**m . Asthe ...

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