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Title: Investigation on mechanical properties and wear behavior of agave angustifoliamarginata fiber reinforced polymer matrix composites
Researcher: Ramakrishnan T
Guide(s): Sampath P S
Keywords: Angustifolia Marginata
Engineering and Technology,Engineering,Engineering Mechanical
fiber reinforced
University: Anna University
Completed Date: 2018
Abstract: The composite materials currently used by all the leading industrieslike automobile, aircraft, home appliances, and space. It can reduce the weightof the automobile parts so that it can save a considerable amount of fuels andat meanwhile it prompts the more strength and stiffness. The reason behindthe selection of the composite material is to enhance the better mechanicalproperties, corrosion resistance, good appearance, easy to manufacture andlonger life. The composite materials are divided into three categories such asMetal Matrix Composites (MMCs), Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMCs) andPolymer Matrix Composites (PMCs).The natural fibers are extraordinarily extended substances created bynature and creatures make them into fibers, string or ropes. The frametextures created like woven, sewed, tangled or reinforced are fundamental tothe society. Today, most common fibers are used to make apparel andcompartments, and to insulate material, mollify and design our living spaces.Progressively, conventional materials are utilized for mechanical purposesand also used in segments of composite materials, in therapeutic inserts, andgeo-and agro-materials. newline
Pagination: xxxi, 201p.
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

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