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Effect of Dry Carbon Fibers on the Mechanical Properties of G801 Carbon Fiber Reinforced Composites

Yashaswi Khandelwal, Santosh Kumar Panda

Abstract


The field of fiber-reinforced composite materials has progressed quickly in the last two decades, mainly due to the extreme lightness and superior properties of it, when compared to conventional materials. These materials are progressively being utilized as a part of aviation, automotive, electronics, sporting goods, and numerous other modern applications. In this work, we have fabricated carbon fiber reinforced composites by lay-up procedure in different sequences. This work aims to optimize the production cost by sandwiching dry fibers alongside the pre-pregs without trading off on the performance of the composite. It is additionally seen to have no resin-rich, resin-starvation or other defects.

Cite this ArticleYashaswi Khandelwal Santosh Kumar Panda,. Effect of Dry Carbon Fibers on the Mechanical Properties of G801 Carbon Fiber Reinforced Composites. Journal of Thin Films, Coating Science Technology and Application. 2017; 4(2): 1–7p.


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