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23 January 2007 Mechanical and Manufacturing MET 418/518 Engineering Technology Composite Materials Manufacturing D.R. Ruffner Page 1 Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology Composite Materials Manufacturing MET 418/518 ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY Spring 2007 - 23 Jan. Matrix Materials, Composite Material Forms
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23 January 2007 Mechanical and Manufacturing MET 418/518 Engineering Technology Composite Materials Manufacturing D.R. Ruffner Page 2 Matrix Materials (2.3) • Surrounds and protects fibers • Lower modulus and greater elongation • Requirements: chemical, thermal electrical, flammability, environmental, cost, performance, and manufacturing • Service operating temperature • Processing parameters
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23 January 2007 Mechanical and Manufacturing MET 418/518 Engineering Technology Composite Materials Manufacturing D.R. Ruffner Page 3 Thermoset Resins (2.3.1) • Cannot remelt, chemically cure, but may soften • Cross-link into three dimensional networks • Cross-link density related to rigidity • Thermoset resins brittle but easy processing • Also vinylesters, cyanate esters, BMIs, PIs
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23 January 2007 Mechanical and Manufacturing MET 418/518 Engineering Technology Composite Materials Manufacturing D.R. Ruffner Page 4 Epoxy (2.3.1.1) • Widely used, multiple grades, versatile properties, adhesion • Easy to formulate, fill, and modify them
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  • Spring '07
  • Rutherford
  • Composite material, Glass transition, Composite Materials Manufacturing, Manufacturing Engineering Technology D.R. Ruffner, Technology D.R. Ruffner, Engineering Technology D.R.

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