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|Author(s):||E Feresenbet; Gale A. Holmes; D T. Raghavan;|
|Title:||The Influence of Silane Coupling Agent Composition on the Surface Characterization of Fiber and on Fiber-Matrix Interfacial Shear Strength|
|Published:||July 01, 2003|
|Abstract:||Epoxy resins are widely used as the matrix material for fiber reinforced composites in aircrafts, automobiles, ships and housing. Most of the reinforcement in epoxy composite is glass fiber so as to lower the cost. Studies in the past have suggested that composite performance can be improved by modifying the fiber-matrix interface. One approach to modifying the interface is to use silane coupling agents that promote substrate-matrix interfacial adhesion. In this paper we discuss the impact of covalent bonding on fiber-matrix interfacial shear strength, fiber-matrix debonding, and matrix crack formation.|
|Citation:||Journal of Adhesion|
|Keywords:||adhesion,interface strenght,silane coupling agent,single fiber fragmentation test|
|Research Areas:||Polymers/Polymeric Composites, Characterization|
|PDF version:||Click here to retrieve PDF version of paper (3MB)|