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

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A perfect composite is defined to be one in which all the fibers are of equal mass and length , extend throughout the length of the composite , have equally strong bonding with the matrix , are perfectly aligned , and intersect a

A perfect composite is defined to be one in which all the fibers are of equal mass and length , extend throughout the length of the composite , have equally strong bonding with the matrix , are perfectly aligned , and intersect a

**plane**...Page 145

Propagation in the yz

Propagation in the yz

**Plane**: ( ه 3 ) ۔ ( 78 ) In this section we shall study the propagation of a wave in the yz**plane**. By symmetry , the xz**plane**is equivalent to the yz**plane**. The elements of the dynamical matrix for the present ...Page 171

We also notice from the figures that the nature of various curves for the elastic wave propagation in the yz

We also notice from the figures that the nature of various curves for the elastic wave propagation in the yz

**plane**is quite similar for a tetragonal and a hexagonal composite . This is obvious on physical grounds since the wave ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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