## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 1 |

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It is well known that in this case not only is the strength of the individuals subject

to scatter, but the average strength and scatter increases with decreasing size of

the

It is well known that in this case not only is the strength of the individuals subject

to scatter, but the average strength and scatter increases with decreasing size of

the

**reinforcing element**tested. If a collection of**reinforcing elements**of the same ...Page 88

reinforcement, from which the actual strength of the laminate can be found by

multiplication with the actual volume fraction of the reinforcing phase. We assume

that the

reinforcement, from which the actual strength of the laminate can be found by

multiplication with the actual volume fraction of the reinforcing phase. We assume

that the

**reinforcing elements**have a surface density of strength limiting flaws ...Page 109

Discussion and Conclusions Rosen (1964) has pointed out that a first-order

explanation for the success of composites of brittle

extensible matrix is that the strong coupling of the matrix phase limits the

influence of ...

Discussion and Conclusions Rosen (1964) has pointed out that a first-order

explanation for the success of composites of brittle

**reinforcing elements**in anextensible matrix is that the strong coupling of the matrix phase limits the

influence of ...

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