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|Title:||Mechanical and sliding wear properties of multi-layered laminates from glass fabric/graphite/epoxy composites|
Udaya, Bhat, K.
|Citation:||Materials and Design, 2013, Vol.44, , pp.136-143|
|Abstract:||Multi-layered laminates of bi-directionally woven E-glass fabric/epoxy with different loading of graphite particles were made by hand layup followed by compression molding. Tensile and flexural behaviors, impact strength, hardness and density of these laminates were determined. Wear behaviors of these composites were investigated by a pin-on-disc wear test apparatus. Specific wear rates of these composites strongly depend on their filler content and applied normal loads. The hybrid composite containing 3 wt% of graphite exhibits the optimum mechanical and wear performances. A further increase in the graphite content increases the specific wear rate and deteriorates the mechanical behavior. The lowest (? e)-1 factor (the reciprocal of the product of tensile strength and elongation at break) signifies the lowest specific wear rate. The results of the morphology study of the wear test specimens support the results of the wear test. 2012 Elsevier Ltd.|
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