EFM 1: Mass Transfer and Diffusion | Course ScriptMaterial used by Prof. Jirka (pdf) Course Script (Textbook) A detailed script (textbook) has been written to accompany this course as it has been held by Scott Socolofsky. The first edition was completed in 2001 and is available to download at the bottom of this page. * If you have trouble printing the landscape tables in Ch. 2, try printing in Acrobat Reader 4.0 or from this PS file. Download complete complete script as a single file This second edition of the course script was completed on December 10, 2002. Download Granada short-course script A revised script, based on the first edition, was developed for a short-course at the Universidad de Granada.
What Are Composites? - American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA)Visit our award-winning website, CompositesLab, to learn more about what composites are. Composites are two or more materials with markedly different physical or chemical properties – categorized as “matrix” or “reinforcement” – combined in a way that they act in concert, yet remain separate and distinct at some level because they don’t fully merge or dissolve into one another. Not all plastics are composites. In fact, the majority of plastics today are pure plastic, like toys and soda bottles. When additional strength is needed, many types of plastics can be reinforced (usually with reinforcing fibers). This combination of plastic and reinforcement can produce some of the strongest materials for their weight that technology has ever developed...and the most versatile. Therefore, composites, also referred to as fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) composites is a combination of a fillersadditivescore materials that modify and enhance the final product.
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