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Chawla, K.K. (1998) Carbon Fiber Composites. In: Composite Materials, Springer, New York.
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-2966-5_8

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Role of Metallic Nanofillers on Mechanical and Tribological Behaviour of Carbon Fabric Reinforced Epoxy Composites

    AUTHORS: G. S. Divya, B. Suresha

    KEYWORDS: Carbon-Epoxy, Metallic Nanofillers, Mechanical Properties, Wear, Wear Mechanisms

    JOURNAL NAME: Materials Sciences and Applications, Vol.9 No.9, August 17, 2018

    ABSTRACT: In this study, hybrid composites based on carbon fabric and epoxy (C/Ep) were fabricated by hand lay-up method followed by compression moulding. The C/Ep with optimum carbon fiber (60 wt%) was chosen as a reference material, and to it, the metallic nanoparticles like aluminum (Al) and zinc (Zn) of different wt% (0.5 and 1.0) were included as secondary fillers. To understand the synergism effect of these hybrid reinforcements, mechanical properties and tribological behavior of composites were studied. From the test results, it was proved that hybridization improved the mechanical and tribological properties. The C/Ep consisting of 0.5 wt% Zn and Al showed higher tensile properties in comparison with all other fabricated composites. Increase in flexural strength and flexural modulus also observed as the filler content increased in C/Ep composite. Higher impact strength is noted at 1 wt% Zn filled C/Ep composite. Wear test data revealed that 0.5 wt% Zn in C/Ep has got superior wear resistance. Wear mechanisms were discussed using scanning electron micrographs of selected worn surfaces of the composites.