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Title: Classical Thermoset Epoxy Composites for Structural Purposes: Designing, Preparation, Properties and Applications
Authors: Kolosov, Aleksandr
Kolosova, Olena
Vanin, Volodymyr
Anish, Khan
Keywords: Thermoset
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Materials Research Forum LLC
Citation: Classical Thermoset Epoxy Composites for Structural Purposes: Designing, Preparation, Properties and Applications / A. E. Kolosov, E. P. Kolosova, V. V. Vanin, Anish Khan // Thermoset Composites: Preparation, Properties and Applications / Eds. Anish Khan, Showkat Ahmad Bhawani, Abdullah M. Asiri, Imran Khan. – Materials Research Foundations, 2018. – [Chapter 9]. – Pp. 260–299. – (Materials Research Foundations ; Vol. 38).
Abstract: Classical thermosetting epoxy composites for structural purpose, along with nanocomposites, are now widely used in various industries. An epoxy matrix is considered as a dominant polymer matrix in the design of such composites due to its study, high performance and wide commercial use. The optimization of processes and design and technological parameters of the equipment for their molding and processing of polymer composite materials (PCMs), as well as the creation of PCMs with a predetermined set of properties, remains an urgent task nowadays. An equally important problems are the production of defect-free and monolithic structures of such composites with increasing the productivity of their molding. Particular attention is paid to low-frequency ultrasonic as a basic method of physical modification of liquid epoxy media and intensification the processes of capillary impregnation and "wet" winding.
Description: Abstract, Introduction and Conclusions of the Book Chapter are presented for the acquaintance. Full text is available at
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