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By Suong V. Hoa

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The strain was found to be 22 me, which is a low strain level comparing to the transverse failure strain of the material (about 6000 me); thus matrix cracking should not occur in the [90°]2 surface layer during fabrication and the shape control test. It was later evident that no matrix cracking was found by examining the molded panel. On the other hand, the stress in the PZT patches was also of concern because the material is quite fragile, with a tensile strength of about 63 MPa. Again the critical deformation for the PZT patches corresponds to the initial shape of the beam after cure.

The shear angle is defined in Figure 13 below. Figure 13 Schematics of the shear and flow angles in a sheared fabric The different angles of Figure 13 are defined as follows [6]: a is the fabric shear angle, b the angle of the principal flow axis (main axis of the wetted ellipse in a central injection) and q = 1 - a is the new angle between warp and weft. The fiber volume fraction Vf after shearing can be corrected from the initial fiber volume fraction Vfq by the relation The permeability is affected by shearing, as well as the principal directions of the flow which are also rotated.

5m/s. Similar to the previous sample, a mechanically mixed layer was also observed in this sample. 5 mm) and crack free sub-layer was formed on the top surface. 5m/s, a much higher temperature would have reached at the wear surfaces. The wear resistance becomes worse, and weight loss starts to increase due to melt wear, and seizure of the matrix alloy. In addition, rapid oxidation of is expected. 5m/s). The likely explanation is that at slow sliding speed, only few islands of subsurface layers were developed.

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