Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (May 15, 2003) | ISBN: 0415308267 | Pages: 260 | PDF | 23.04 MB
Fibers and Composites considers advanced composite materials based on carbon
fibers and several kinds of matrices. Divided into three main parts, it presents an alternative way to process and prepare carbon
fibers issued from either natural or artificial precursors. It also presents both classical and novel ways to prepare carbon
matrices and analyses the chemical vapor deposition (CVD) technique as well as chemical vapor infiltration (CVI) inside a porous preform. Finally, the book explains other carbon
based composites, such as those with polymers or cement as matrices, and includes their role of interfacial characteristics as wetting or adhesions for their final application.