Advances in Composite Materials - Ecodesign and Analysis by BRAHIM ATTAF

By BRAHIM ATTAF

Through adopting the foundations of sustainable layout and cleanser construction, this significant publication opens a brand new problem on the earth of composite fabrics and explores the completed developments of experts of their respective components of analysis and innovation. Contributions coming from either areas of academia and have been so different that the 28 chapters composing the ebook were grouped into the next major elements: sustainable fabrics and ecodesign points, composite fabrics and curing strategies, modelling and checking out, power of adhesive joints, characterization and thermal behaviour, all of which gives a useful evaluate of this interesting topic quarter. effects completed from theoretical, numerical and experimental investigations might help designers, brands and providers concerned with high-tech composite fabrics to spice up competitiveness and innovation productiveness.

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The commonly used non-asbestos reinforcing fibers include carbon fiber, aramid fiber, glass fiber, mineral wool, plant fiber, and so on. Elastic binding material binds reinforcing fibers and other filling materials together, makes up elastic network structure, and provides compression-resilience and medium-resistance performances of NASC. Natural rubber, nitrile rubber, styrene-butadiene rubber, neoprene rubber, ethylene propylene rubber, fluorine rubber and silicone rubber can all be used as the elastic binding materials of NASC.

13. Fig. 13. Micromechanical stress transfer in NASC When the single fiber cylindrical cell is only subjected to the tension load along the x axis, the circumferential and the radial stresses in the model are much less than the axial stress, and they can be neglected. The equilibrium relationship of the stresses shown in Fig. 13 can be expressed by 36 Advances in Composite Materials - Ecodesign and Analysis ∂σ f ( x ) =- ∂x 2τ if ( x ) (15) rf where σ(x) is the axial stress in fiber and τif(x) is the shear stress on fiber surface.

The development of fiberreinforced elastomer gaskets began in the 1880s and led to the patent application for Klingerit in 1904 (Piringer & Rustemeyer, 2004). Since more than one hundred years ago, these kinds of non-metallic gaskets, which were made of compressed asbestos fibers (CAF) materials, have been the most widely used sealing elements with a maximal yield. Up till the 1970s, the health hazards of asbestos were recognized. Several diseases have been linked to asbestos exposure, including mesothelioma, lung cancer, other cancers, asbestosis, and pleural changes (American Academy of Actuaries, 2007).

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