composite micromechanics

composite micromechanics

[kəm′päz·ət ¦mik·rō·mə′kan·iks]
(engineering)
The study of composite material behavior wherein the constituent materials are studied on a microscopic scale with specific properties being assigned to each constituent; the interaction of the constituent materials is used to determine the properties of the composite.
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Chamis, "Simplified composite micromechanics equations for hygral, thermal and mechanical properties, " NASA Technical Memorandum 83320, 1983.
[18] Chamis, C.C., 1997, " Simplified composite micromechanics equations for strength, fracture toughness, impact resistance and environmental effects," , NASA Tech.
Continuous fiber composite micromechanics for axial modulus is known to follow the rule of mixtures [18] derived from the assumption of constant strain in the constituents.
Their skill at applying such disciplines as organosilicon chemistry, polymer synthesis, composite micromechanics and surface chemistry has earned them a reputation for excellence throughout the worldwide technical community.

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