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

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... E , , , G , Gm where V , is the volume fraction of the reinforcing

... E , , , G , Gm where V , is the volume fraction of the reinforcing

**material**, Gm the shear modulus of the matrix**material**, E , the Young's modulus of the reinforcing**material**, and k , = 0 vc is the Mode I stress intensity factor .Page 333

... and 1000 ° C. We have found that at each test temperature the

... and 1000 ° C. We have found that at each test temperature the

**material**deposited at 500 ° C has a yield stress higher by approximately 3 ksi than does the**material**deposited at 700 ° C. Both curves descend linearly in strength with ...Page 338

Grain growth in CVD

Grain growth in CVD

**materials**is intimately connected with the development of bubbles and their subsequent interaction with migrating grain boundaries . We have only noticed that for higher temperature anneals , plots of D2 – D.2 versus ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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