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

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Past work indicates that we have a

Past work indicates that we have a

**reasonable**qualitative understanding of this area and that we have some good theoretical guidelines for future work . We know that as AHRT decreases , the interface diffuseness increases ; both y and ...Page 142

This reflection is of course a consequence of the assumed translational symmetry and may not occur in a real composite . However , for a densely reinforced composite the assumption of translational symmetry is

This reflection is of course a consequence of the assumed translational symmetry and may not occur in a real composite . However , for a densely reinforced composite the assumption of translational symmetry is

**reasonable**and , therefore ...Page 169

Taking three terms in the series in Eq . ( 102 ) , and choosing the values for the six parameters in and An as given in the following tabulation , we obtain a

Taking three terms in the series in Eq . ( 102 ) , and choosing the values for the six parameters in and An as given in the following tabulation , we obtain a

**reasonable**agreement between the calculated and observed values for the P ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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