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Carbon Fibers by Jonathan Phillips (ed.)

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Carbon Fibers
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Publisher: MDPI AG
ISBN-13: 9783906980706
Number of pages: 192

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In this volume, the focus is on just one area of carbon research: fibers. The topics covered include new fiber fabrication protocols, the mechanical behavior of fiber reinforced polymers, new techniques to study the microstructure of fiber containing composites, new uses of fiber structures, the use of carbon fibers as catalyst supports, and studies regarding the difficulties of machining fiber structures for inclusion in complex structures.

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