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By Maurice A. Leeds (auth.)

Composites are the quickest becoming classification of structural fabric. for this reason, digital houses are frequently tough to discover. This file used to be ready that allows you to current a compilation of trustworthy info at the digital and electric houses of composites. Composites provide a chance to tailor the houses to the applying; an element that enables designers a vast number of new fabrics for brand spanking new makes use of. it really is this option that has contributed to the swift progress of composites. homes of a composite will be of significant value within the use or program of the fabric in a method. The clothier hence, has to be in a position to receive the mandatory electric or digital estate information to steer him within the fabrics choice. it's the objective of this report back to help the dressmaker and engineer in pleasurable that requirement. houses This record offers a compilation of the main more often than not required digital homes facts of structural composites. Thermal houses usually impression electric layout; therefore a number of of those houses are integrated. the explicit houses tabulated are: Arc Resistance Thermal Conductivity Arc monitoring Resistance Linear Thermal enlargement Dielectric consistent Coefficient Dissipation issue electric (Volume) Resistivity electric (Volume) Conductivity different electric and thermal homes are compiled because the information used to be made available.

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006 Loss angle, tan 0 vs. temperature of composites at various frequencies. ; keying agent, Volan A. 39 Ref. £; o w u z « 0V! V! W a: Curing agent: BF3 -400. r. Curing agent: BF3 -400. r. 108~------~1~0~O----------------~2~0~0~--------------~30C TEMPERA TURE(O F) Insulation resistance vs. temperature of glass cloth-epoxide laminate. Glass, "E" glass, 12 ply, 181 weave; keying agent, Volan A; resin, Epikote 1310. 40 Ref. 4925 Dielectric Constant 75 300 400 500 "E" glass style 181 fabric with approximately 35 percent resin content.

1244 Resin content approximately 35 percent. 35 GHz of sty1e-120 glass-fabric laminates as function of temperature (40 percent resin content). 04 Ref. 01 100 200 300 Temperature. 06 004· 300 Temperature. 35 GHz of style-l20 glass-fabric laminates as function of temperature (40 percent resin content) , 29 Ref. 3 GHz 10 6 Hz 10 3 Hz * Fiberglass style 181 fabric with I 550 finish ** Fiberglass style 1581 fabric with volan finish FIBERGLASS-DIOLEFIN Resin Diolefin Ref. 55 Test Temperature of 75 300 400 500 E glass style 181 fabric.

004 '00 ZOO 100 400 soo 600 TOe Fiberglass laminate with 181 glass cloth and a pol yol eros s -linked polyimide resin, 8. 70 100°C 150°C 200°C 250°C 300°C * E glass 181 style fabric with A-llOO finish. 69 x 10- 5 * E glass style 7781 fabric ** E glass style 181 fabric with A-llOO finish *** S-994 glass roving 60 Ref. 35 GHz. 37 GHz U seconds 244 * E glass ** D glass 62 Ref. 57 FIBERGLASS-TEFLON RT/duroid 5870 is a polytetrafluoroethylene laminate reinforced with randomly oriented microglass fibers.

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